Public Testing Sites
Anacostia: For an appointment, call (855) 363-0333
UDC-CC Bertie Backus Campus: For an appointment, call (855) 363-0333
Judiciary Square, F Street NW (between 4th and 5th St. NW): Walk-up only, no appointment required M-F 10 am to 2 pm
GWU MFA Patients
Starting April 6, 2020 Drive-thru COVID-19 testing will begin. If you are experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19, please call their MFA office (202.741.3000) (8:00 am to 4:30 pm – Monday to Friday) prior to visiting in order to obtain a testing order. If calling after hours, please call the GW Hospital Emergency Department at 202.715.4000). Don’t visit the emergency department unless your symptoms become severe. For more information on how to obtain a drive-thru testing order please go to www.gwcovid19testing.com.
Last day of testing is June 11, 2020. There will be no further testing at the GW Site.
MedStar Health Patients
If you are experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19, please call ahead or use their telehealth application which can be accessed via the MedStar eVisit app or at MedStarhealth.org/eVisit. e-Visits are accessible to ALL residents of the District of Columbia, and a physician referral for COVID-19 testing at one of MedStar Health’s testing sites may be provided based on outcomes.
Howard University Patients
Howard University is offering testing for patients, particularly residents of Wards 7 and 8. Patients do not need to have risk factors or symptoms. To make an appointment, call 202-865-2119 and press 3. A prescription for testing is not necessary.
Kaiser Permanente Patients
If you have a respiratory illness or flu symptoms or were exposed to someone at risk for coronavirus infection, schedule a video or telephone visit. Visit kp.org/getcare or call 1-800-777-7904 to talk to an advice nurse 24/7 or call 1-202-346-3000 for an appointment at 700 2nd St. NE.
United Medical Care Patients
If you are experiencing respiratory symptoms such as fever, cough or shortness of breath, contact your healthcare provider by phone (202-574-6909) before coming to a clinic or hospital.
One Medical Patients
For existing members: If you are concerned about symptoms, open up the One Medical app and tap “COVID-19 Symptoms?” to let us know what you’re feeling. A medical team will get back to you with how to proceed, and if you require COVID-19 testing.
For non-members: One Medical is offering testing and free virtual care for 30 days to anyone with COVID-19 concerns -including front-line responders and essential workers. Call 1-888-ONE-MED1 to get started with a free trial membership.
For more information, please visit: https://www.onemedical.com/blog/live-well/covid-19-testing-one-medical
If you are concerned about your child having symptoms or having been exposed, please call your child’s pediatrician. More information can be found at: https://childrensnational.org/visit/resources-for-families/wellness-resources/coronavirus
For Those with Barriers to Healthcare Access
For those underinsured, lacking in resources, or have other barriers to care, Bread for the City is offering free testing (see below details), with no referral, insurance, or payment required. For more information please contact Bread for the City Medical Clinic at 202-386-7020 or visit the website at www.breadforthecity.org
Additionally, One Medical is offering testing and free virtual care for 30 days for patients with COVID-19 concerns. Please see above under “One Medical Patients.”
For Undocumented Families
Seek testing if indicated (above), whether or not you plan to apply for documentation in the future! COVID-19 testing and coverage is public charge exempt. Read more https://www.uscis.gov/greencard/public-charge
For Further Testing Options
All Care Family Medicine and Urgent Care: For an appointment, call (202) 787-1979
Mary’s Center: For an appointment, call (844) 796-2797
Unity Health Care: For an appointment, call (202) 745-7000
Bread for the City: For an appointment, call (202) 265-2400
Sibley Memorial Hospital: For an appointment, call (443) 997-9537