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How to get tested

What To Do If You’re Sick

All testing options are available for anyone who is currently experiencing any symptoms consistent with COVID-19, including fever, cough, muscle aches, difficulty breathing, headache, recent loss of taste or smell, chills, diarrhea or others.

Emergency Symptoms

If a person develops emergency warning signs for COVID-19, get medical attention immediately by contacting 911 and let the dispatcher know the person may have COVID-19. Emergency warning signs include, but are not limited to, trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion or inability to arouse, bluish lips or face.

St. Anthony Summit Medical Center COVID-19 Clinic

  • When : Seven days a week: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Monday-Friday; 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. 
  • Where : Centura Centers for Occupational Medicine (CCOM), 18 School Rd., Frisco.
  • How : Call 970-668-5584 to speak to a Centura Health Physicians Group (CHPG) medical professional to receive a testing order. Same-day, walk-in testing will be available with an order from the medical provider.
  • Insurance / payment : Uninsured / underinsured persons will be covered at no out-of-pocket cost. Where applicable, insurance will be billed. 

Summit Community Care Clinic (SCCC)

  • When:  Monday-Saturday during normal hours of operation .
  • How: Call 970-668-4040 to schedule an appointment. SCCC provides testing (as decided by the health care provider) for patients desiring a face-to-face visit with a provider. Patients must establish care with SCCC, or already be an SCCC patient, in order to be seen. 
  • Where: 360 Peak One Dr., Frisco, First Floor, Summit County Medical Office Building, Suite # 100.
  • Insurance / payment: SCCC is accepting new patients regardless of insurance status. Uninsured / underinsured persons will be covered at no out-of-pocket cost. Where applicable, insurance will be billed.

Vail Health Community Testing Site

  • When: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m 
  • Where: 110 3rd Avenue Street – 3rd and Granite – in Frisco
  • How: To book an appointment, please email summitcovidtesting@vailhealth.org with the four necessary items below.
    •    Name;
    •    Phone number;
    •    A picture of photo ID*;
    •    Front-and-back pictures of health insurance card*.
    *For those who do not have a government-issued photo ID or health insurance, an appointment for a test can still be made by emailing the name and phone number only.
    Patients can expect to receive a call to schedule an appointment within one business day. As there is pent up demand in Summit County for COVID-19 testing, we ask for your patience while we get this new service up and running.
  • Insurance/payment: For those with health insurance, insurance will be billed, and any out of pocket fee additional costs will be waived. Anyone without health insurance must attest via an official attestation form to no insurance, and fees will be waived for the patient and covered by Vail Health.  

Mako Medical Community Testing Site (Available Nov. 6 – Nov. 19)

  • When : Seven days a week: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Where : In the overflow parking lot cross the street from the Silverthorne Recreation Center on Fourth Street, 464-478 E Fourth St., Silverthorne, CO 804898.
  • Who:  Testing for both symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals
  • How : No appointment is necessary, however individuals will need to complete a registration form at the testing site or online ahead of time. Testing Information here . Online registration here .
  • Insurance / payment : Testing is provided completely free of charge. Insurance is not needed.

Information from the Summit County Government website.