Vermont

Vermont Testing Information

For testing protocols or to complete an online assessment, please visit the Vermont State Department of Public Health’s website: https://www.healthvermont.gov/response/coronavirus-covid-19

Testing Sites:

 

NAME
STREET ADDRESS
CITY
ZIP CODE
TELEPHONE
WEB SITE
APPT
DR REFERRAL
NOTES
Walmart Parking Lot115 Seymour DriveDerby866-448-7721http://www.myquestcovidtest.com/YesNoThe drive-through testing sites is available to those who meet CDC and state and local guidelines on who should be tested, including first responders, health care providers and others with symptoms of COVID-19 and those in high risk groups without symptoms. There is no out-of-pocket cost to the individual. All sites use a self-administered nasal swab test that allows those being tested to swab their own nose onsite while in their vehicles, observed by a trained Walmart pharmacist to ensure the sample is taken correctly, and drop the sealed sample into a container on their way out of the drive-thru site. Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 7 a.m. - 9 a.m.
Champlain Islands Health Center52 Community LaneSouth Hero05486802-372-4687https://www.chcb.org/locations-providers/champlain-islands-health-center/YesYesA referral from one’s primary care provider is required prior to showing up for testing, as walk-in tests are not accepted.
Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital1315 Hospital Drive St.Johnsbury05819802-748-7401https://nvrh.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/COVID-Drive-thru-03.17.20.pdfYesYesAll testing is being done in coordination with the Vermont Department of Health. Your healthcare provider will decide if you need to be tested on a case by case basis – this means not everyone will be tested. If you are sick, call your healthcare provider first. If you do not have a healthcare provider, call NVRH at 748-8141. Your health care provider will arrange for testing by calling the NVRH outpatient testing site and making an appointment for you. When you arrive at the NVRH lab/ED entrance parking lot at the time of your appointment and stay in your vehicle. If no one comes out to your vehicle o Call the NVRH screening site at (802)748-7401
Champlain Valley Expo105 Pearl StEssex Junction05452802-847-0000https://www.vpr.org/post/drive-thru-swab-then-lab-how-uvmmcs-covid-19-testing-works#stream/0YesYesHours: 10am-4pm
Vermont Department of Health Labratory359 S Park DrColchester05446802-338-4724https://www.healthvermont.gov/labYesYesNo drive-thru. DO NOT go to a testing site without an order from your provider. Patients who are NOT experiencing symptoms will not be tested. Hours: 7:45a-4:30pm.
ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care1200 Williston RoadSouth Burlington05403802-448-8205https://ccmdcenters.com/locations/south-burlington-vtYesNoNo drive-thru. ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care is now offering COVID-19 testing at our South Burlington center for high-risk patients, as supplies are available. Our South Burlington team is here for all of your urgent medical needs, including helping you determine if COVID-19 testing is needed, and if so, recommend next steps. Hours: 8 am to 6 pm.
Porter Hospital115 Porter DriveMiddlebury05753802-388-4701https://www.portermedical.org/YesYesAs we move forward with COVID-19 screening here in our community in light of the current state-wide testing limitations, our focus will be to prioritize testing for those at risk of hospitalization and health care workers. We expect our testing capacity will increase relatively soon, and we will keep you updated. Remember—most patients can safely recover at home without testing. If you have questions, please call your healthcare provider. Must have an appointment and referral. Hours: 8 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday.
University of Vermont Medical Center111 Colchester AveBurlington00540802-847-0000https://www.uvmhealth.org/medcenter/pages/default.aspxYesYesNo drive-thru. Test type: Both Molecular and Antibody Tests. All screening and testing for COVID-19 requires consultation with your doctor. If you feel sick, stay home and call your doctor’s office and describe your symptoms. If you believe you’ve been in contact with someone who has the virus, let your doctor know. There is a lot of flu and cold going around, and the symptoms are similar. They will be able to advise you on next steps. Do not go to the Emergency Department or Urgent Care unless you’re short-of-breath, or otherwise need urgent medical help. For those hospitalized (only), the University of Vermont Medical Center is now able to test for coronavirus on site and receive results within hours instead of days
ClearChoice MD Urgent Care160 Allen StRutland05701802-772-4165https://ccmdcenters.com/coronavirus2019YesYesNo drive-thru. ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care is now offering COVID-19 testing at select centers for high-risk patients, as supplies are available. Our centers remain open to test and treat all other urgent, non-life-threatening medical needs, including evaluation to determine if COVID-19 testing is needed. Hours: 8:00am-6:00pm.
Landmark College19 River Rd SPutney05346802-863-7200https://www.landmark.edu/news/vt-department-of-health-conducting-covid-19-testingYesYesBeginning Sunday, March 29, Parking Lot D (accessed from Charles Drake Lane) will be used by the Vermont National Guard to conduct drive-through COVID-19 testing for individuals with medical orders to receive a test. Testing is done while individuals remain in their vehicles. The direct area of testing will be indicated by signage and traffic cones. Law enforcement officials will be present to ensure that only individuals with medical orders will receive a drive-through test. Hours: 8 am to 3 pm Daily.
ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care1154 Putney RoadBrattleboro05301802-490-2100https://ccmdcenters.com/locations/brattleboro-vtYesNoNo drive-thru. ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care is now offering COVID-19 testing at select centers for high-risk patients only, as supplies are available. Our centers remain open to test and treat all other urgent, non-life-threatening medical needs, including evaluation to determine if COVID-19 testing is needed. Hours: 8am to 6pm.
Brattleboro Memorial Hospital17 Belmont AveBrattleboro05301802-257-0341https://www.bmhvt.org/coronavirus/YesYesIf the provider determines that a COVID-19 test is appropriate, they should follow the following steps: The ordering provider will call the internal COVID-19 testing hotline number. The hotline coordinator will provide an appointment time for the patient to arrive to the testing site. The testing site is now located behind the Community Health Team office, near the Gannett building. The patient remain in their car for the testing.
Antibody Testing
University of Vermont Medical Center111 Colchester AveBurlington00540802-847-0000https://www.uvmhealth.org/medcenter/pages/default.aspxYesYesNo drive-thru. Test type: Both Molecular and Antibody Tests. All screening and testing for COVID-19 requires consultation with your doctor. If you feel sick, stay home and call your doctor’s office and describe your symptoms. If you believe you’ve been in contact with someone who has the virus, let your doctor know. There is a lot of flu and cold going around, and the symptoms are similar. They will be able to advise you on next steps. Do not go to the Emergency Department or Urgent Care unless you’re short-of-breath, or otherwise need urgent medical help. For those hospitalized (only), the University of Vermont Medical Center is now able to test for coronavirus on site and receive results within hours instead of days