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Coronavirus: Get Tested

Getting Tested in Westchester

New Rochelle: Glen Island Park

  • Appointment Only: appointments made by calling 888-364-3065
  • Open Daily from 7AM-7PM

New Rochelle: Lockwood Avenue, across from Montefiore New Rochelle.

  • Restricted to people without a car. Appointments required.
  • Open Monday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Valhalla: Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth)

  • Appointment Only and Mandatory referral from a WMCHealth Physician 
  • Drive through coronavirus specimen collection for current and former WMCHealth patients with verified COVID-19 testing appointment 
  • Contact physician’s office first if experiencing symptoms to determine if you meet screening criteria

Yonkers: St. Josephs’ Medical Center (127 South Broadway, Yonkers)

  • Tent located near ER for screening and testing
  • People are screened at the tent 

Yonkers: St. John’s Riverside Hospital ParkCare Pavilion  (2 Park Ave)

  • Must live in the 10701 Zip code and sign up before getting tested
  • Set up appointment by calling the state’s COVID-19 Hotline: 1-888-364-3065

Mount Vernon

  • Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center (107 W 4th St.)
  • Hours 9 a.m - 5 p.m. Monday-Friday
  • Appointment Only: appointments can be made by calling 888-364-3065

Additional testing sites outside Westchester County can be found here.

Source: COVID-19 WESTCHESTER COUNTY HEALTH INFORMATION & COMMUNITY RESOURCES, by the New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York.  This a living document that is updated as new information becomes available. It is also available in Spanish.

HOW TO GET YOUR TEST RESULTS

  • If you were tested at another laboratory facility or private health care provider, then be sure to inquire if there is a patient portal or phone line where you can obtain your results. 

  • Regardless of the site at which you were tested, if your test result was positive (detected or presumptive positive), then the Westchester County Department of Health will contact you.

  • Additional information can be found here.

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