Schedule a COVID-19 Test in Western Kentucky [SITES]
The Green River District Health Department is offering Curbside COVID-19 Testing at various clinic sites in Western Kentucky. Here's everything you need to know to schedule your FREE test.
The Green River District Health Department will offer COVID-19 testing at many clinic sites next week. To schedule an appointment visit the GRDHD website, healthdepartment.org, and follow the COVID-19 Test prompts.
On May 12th, 2020, testing will be available at health centers in McLean and Ohio Counties:
McLean County Health Department - 200 Hwy 81 North Suite 101, Calhoun, KY
Ohio County Health Department - 1336 Clay Street, Hartford, KY
On May 13th, 2020 testing will be available in Daviess, Hancock, Henderson, Union, and Webster Counties:
Daviess County Health Department - 1600 Breckenridge Street, Owensboro, KY
Hancock County Health Department - 75 Harrison Street, Hawesville, KY
Henderson County Health Department - 472 Klutey Park Plaza, Henderson, KY
Union County Health Department - 218 West McElroy Street, Morganfield, KY
Webster County Health Department - 80 Clayton Ave, Dixon, KY
Testing times are available from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM. You must be pre-registered to be tested. Testing is FREE of charge and open to Kentucky residents. If you are sick, experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, including but not limited to a fever, cough, and shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, or feel you have a medical emergency, call your health care provider.
“We are happy to have been given the opportunity to help expand testing resources in our community. This is just one more piece to fulfilling our testing needs. We are thankful of all the help and support we get from our partners in the health care sector who are also continuing to provide COVID-19 testing for our community as well” said Clay Horton, Public Health Director. “The next serval weeks as we continue on our phased reopening of business it is absolutely critical everyone is vigilant in protecting themselves and each other from the spread of COVID-19.