Free COVID-19 Testing Now Available Without Doctor's Referral

Testing is now available at qualified health centers in Allegheny County

Jennifer Bloodworth
May 26, 2020 - 1:47 pm
Coronavirus testing in Pennsylvania

PA Department of Health

PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - Free COVID-19 testing is now available at qualified health centers in Allegheny County and through Pittsburgh Mercy Behavioral Health.

Patients do not need a doctor’s referral to receive a test.

Testing is available at the following locations:

 

Health Clinic

Address, Phone Number

 

 

Alma Illery Medical Center (Homewood)

7227 Hamilton Avenue, Pittsburgh 15208

412.244.4700

 

Braddock Family Health Center

404 Braddock Avenue, Braddock 15104

412.351.6300

 

East End Family Health Center

117 North Negley Avenue, Pittsburgh 15206

412.404.4000

 

East Liberty Family Health Care Center

6023 Harvard Street, Pittsburgh 15206

412.661.2802

 

Hazelwood Family Health Center

4918 Second Avenue, Pittsburgh 15207

412.422.9520

 

Hill House Health Center

1835 Centre Avenue, Pittsburgh 15219

412.392.4400

 

McKeesport Family Health Center

627 Lysle Boulevard, McKeesport 15132
412.664.4112

 

Metro Community Health Center

1789 South Braddock Avenue, Suite 410

Swissvale 15218

412.247.2310

 

North Side Christian Health Center

816 Middle Street, Pittsburgh 15201

412.321.4001

 

Northview Heights Clinic

525 Mt. Pleasant Road, Pittsburgh 15212

412.322.7500

 

Pittsburgh Mercy Family Health Center
(South Side)

249 South 9th Street, Pittsburgh 15203

412.697.3260

 

Squirrel Hill Health Center

4516 Browns Hill Road, Pittsburgh 15217

412.422.7442

 

Steel Valley Family Health Center

1800 West Street, Homestead 15120

412.461.3863

 

Sto-Rox Family Health Center

710 Thompson Avenue, McKees Rocks 15136

412.771.6462

 

West End Health Center

415 Neptune Street, Pittsburgh 15220

412.921.7200

 

Wilkinsburg Health Center

807 Wallace Street, Suite 203

Pittsburgh 15221

412.247.5216

 

 

Officials say anyone experiencing symptoms should get tested.

“Symptoms include: cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat and new loss of taste or smell. This is not a list of all possible symptoms. Other less common symptoms have been reported, including gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.”

Anyone looking to get tested can schedule a visit here or contact testing locations directly.