Where to get a COVID-19 test in and around North Salem

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With coronavirus cases surging across the region and the holidays approaching, the demand for COVID-19 testing has dramatically increased. Several facilities throughout Northern Westchester offer testing services, though type of test, test availability, and wait times vary by location.

CareMount Medical - Carmel
Drive-thru RNA (PCR or equivalent) testing is available by appointment for individuals who are traveling, require a procedure or have been exposed. People who are symptomatic must schedule an appointment with their provider. Results typically available within 48 hours or less.
First available appointment is January 3.
845-202-6655

CareMount Medical - Mount Kisco Urgent Care
Drive-thru RNA (PCR or equivalent) testing is available by appointment for individuals who are traveling, require a procedure or have been exposed. People who are symptomatic must schedule an appointment with their provider. Results typically available within 48 hours or less.
First available appointment is January 4.
914-302-8603

Healthy Therapeutics - Somers
Drive-thru PCR testing is available by appointment. Results typically available within 24 hours or less.
315-756-6279

AFC Urgent Care - Danbury
Walk-in rapid and PCR testing is available daily. Rapid test results are typically available within 20 - 30 minutes. PCR test results are typically available within 3 - 5 business days. No appointment required.
203-826-2140

Quest Diagnostics - Carmel
PCR testing is available by appointment. Results are typically available within 1 - 3 days.
845-278-6953

Paladin Center - Carmel
Free rapid testing open to residents of Putnam County on a walk-in basis. School children and school staff only from 6:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
845-231-3443

Physician One - Ridgefield
Walk in rapid and PCR testing is available. Rapid test results are typically available within 15 minutes. PCR test results are typically available the next day.
855-349-2828

Westchester County Center - White Plains
Free testing for symptomatic individuals, including infants and children, or those with known exposure. No testing for travel. Appointments required and are added every three days.

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