Where You Can Get Tested For COVID-19 In Lower Manhattan

06/04/2020 in
Where You Can Get Tested For COVID-19 In Lower Manhattan

As the city prepares for reopening, hospitals and urgent-care centers across the city are offering tests to determine if you have the coronavirus. The process is intended to be quick and accessible for all New Yorkers. 

The following are the nearest test centers for Lower Manhattan.

CityMD Urgent Care Fulton
138 Fulton Street
New York, NY 10038
Hours: Mon-Fri, roughly 8a-8p Sat-Sun 9a-5p.

Open to all. Walk-in only. Expect longer than usual wait times.
Cost: Co-payments are waived.
Test results in 3-5 days via text or email.

 

Church of Saint Brigid – Saint Emeric 
119 Avenue B
New York, NY 10009
Hours: Mon-Sun, 7a-11p 

Open to all, by appointment.
Call 833-766-6769 to schedule, and be sure to specify the 119 Ave B location.
Cost: They’ll charge your insurance. If you don’t have insurance they still want you to come, and they will figure out how to cover you. No time estimate on test results.

 

NewYork Presbyterian-Lower Manhattan Hospital
170 William Street
New York, NY 10038

Open only to NYP patients. Call 646-962-5665 to become a patient and schedule a visit with a physician, who will then refer you for a test through their system.
Cost: Call to discuss. They take insurance for the physician visit/referral.
No time estimate on test results.

 

NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health, Gouverneur
227 Madison Street
New York, NY 10002
Hours: Mon-Sat, 9a-4p

Open to all, by appointment.
Call 212-238-78979 to schedule, and specify the Gouverneur location.
No cost, but bring your insurance card.
Test results in 3-5 days via email.

photo: iStock

 

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