How To Get Tested

Frederick County Health Department is providing on-site "pop-up" community diagnostic testing in addition to the existing testing locations around the county. These community testing sites are designed to target vulnerable and minority communities who may be more at-risk for being infected by COVID-19 and who may experience barriers to testing, and provide support to community and faith-based organizations.

For the locations and times of our testing clinics, check out the calendar above. Specimen collection is primarily anterior nasal swab, but may be able to be oropharyngeal or nasopharyngeal swabs depending on available supplies.

  1. Drive-thru Testing
  2. Pharmacies
  3. Community Testing Sites
  4. At Home Test Kits

Frederick Health Village (Behind the Walmart on Monocacy Blvd)
1 Frederick Health Way
Frederick, MD 21701 

Open Daily from 7 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Testing Criteria: Testing available to all, no symptoms required.

Patients will be notified of their results by phone. The Maryland Department of Health will be notified of any positive COVID-19 results. Specimen collection is nasopharyngeal swabs. 

Antibody Testing is Now Available

Antibody testing at all Frederick Health Lab locations with a health care provider's order. Talk to your healthcare provider about whether antibody testing is right for you.

Virtual care is available to anyone by visiting FrederickHealth.zipnosis.com. Online visits are $25, similar to an insurance co-pay. For the latest updates on FHH’s response to COVID-19, you can visit FrederickHealth.org/coronavirus.