Where Can I Get Tested For COVID19 In Northeast Fla.?

Jul 24, 2020

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Q: In Northeast Florida, where can patients get a coronavirus test?

In Duval County:

Testing sites in Duval County and details about each one are on the map below, which is updated by the city of Jacksonville.

If you prefer a text-based list of locations, they are also available on this city JaxReady webpage.

In St. Johns County:

Testing is available at the following locations, according to the Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County:

  • FREE - Flagler Hospital
    • Monday - Friday 7:00am - 11:00am *(or until the maximum number of daily tests are collected)
      400 Health Park Blvd.
      St. Augustine, FL 32086
      Parking Lot B
    • Parent/Guardian must be present for Children under 18 to be tested
    • Photo ID is Required
    • Testing is available for All Ages
    • You do Not need to show symptoms
    • Doctors note is Not needed
    • Appointment is Not Required
    • To Expedite your visit read: SJC Press Release
  • MedOne Urgent Care
    • Monday – Sunday 10:00am – 6:00pm
      841 S. Ponce De Leon Suite 4
      Tel: 904-436-1553
  • CareSpot
    • Monday – Sunday 8:00am – 8:00pm
    • In St. Augustine: 904-429-0001
    • In Nocatee: 904-543-3677
    • In Durbin Park: 904-295-0038
  • CVS
    • 2703 N Ponce De Leon Blvd: 904-824-2838
    • 120 St. Johns Commons Road: 904-824-9177
    • 430 State Rd 13: 904-287-6369
  • Avecina Medical
    • Monday – Friday 8:00am – 8:00pm
    • Saturday – Sunday: 8:00am –5:00pm
    • 1633 Race Track Road: 904-230-6988

In Clay County:

A free drive through testing site for Clay County residents is open at the Florida Department of Health in Clay County Administrative Offices located at 1305 Idlewild Ave., Green Cove Springs. A free pack of five reusable cloth facemasks will be given to each individual tested. Call 877-252-9362 to make an appointment from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays

Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. You do not need to have signs or symptoms to be tested. Bring your Clay County ID and your own pen. Testing forms available at Alert.ClayCountyGov.com. Forms will also be available on site.

If you have not been contacted within five days after testing, you may request your results by Calling: (850) 583-2419 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. or sending an email to: COVID19Results@cdrmhealth.com. You will be prompted to complete an Authorization to Release Information.

The testing lab may contact you with results by an unknown or private number. If your phone settings block these numbers, you may not receive the call.

Additional testing locations -You must be symptomatic to visit the following:

If you are insured and have a primary care physician, please contact your physician for evaluation and further direction. If you are uninsured or are insured and meet the criteria for testing, contact CareSpot for instructions.

  • CareSpot Middleburg 904-406-8240
  • CareSpot Orange Park 904-213-0600

If you are uninsured or are insured, but don't have a primary care physician, please contact one of the following clinics regarding their sliding fee scale or if they accept your insurance.

  • Palms Medical Group Orange Park 904-688-3000
  • Aza Health Green Cove Springs 904-284-5904
  • Aza Health Keystone Heights 352-473-6595

In Nassau County:

Drive-up testing is available at the Yulee Target site seven days a week from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. At last check, testing at the location was scheduled to end on approximately August 22.

The Florida Division of Emergency Management is staffing the locations. Each person is required to provide a photo identification and register. They will then return to their vehicle or wait in a shaded area until their specimen collection kit is ready. Results are expected to be available within five to seven days from the date of collection.

For additional updates about COVID-19 testing in Nassau County see this Florida Health Nassau County page.

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