COVID-19 Testing

If you are experiencing symptoms such as a fever and respiratory illness and are in need of additional screening, please contact your primary care provider to make an appointment at one of our testing locations. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Swedish offering COVID-19 testing?

Yes. A provider will work with you to determine if a COVID-19 test is appropriate based on your symptom(s) and medical history. An office visit with a provider is required.

What do I do if I'm having symptoms?

For Swedish patients, contact your primary care provider to determine if you should be evaluated. If you're not a Swedish patient you may visit https://schedule.swedish.org to find a primary care provider. Additionally, Swedish Edmonds Urgent Care accepts walk-ins and same day reservations for patients exhibiting symptom(s). An office visit with a provider is required.

Do you test patients that are not showing any symptoms?

At this time patients that are asymptomatic are not being tested for COVID-19. Visit the website of the county you reside in to inquire about asymptomatic testing. You can also visit www.pixel.labcorp.com/providence for at home testing.

Do you offer travel testing?

Travel testing is not offered at this time.

Is rapid testing offered?

No. At this time molecular PCR COVID-19 testing is being offered. A nasal swab will be used to determine whether you have an active COVID-19 infection.

How do I receive my results?

The easiest way to get your results is via your MyChart account. If you do not have a MyChart account you can sign up here. Patients that do not have a MyChart account will be contacted with results.

What is the cost?

Check with your medical insurance carrier to check if the cost of the test is covered.