COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing

Redmond Urgent Care is proud to be among the few urgent care providers in the state to offer drive-thru COVID-19 testing to patients.

Testing available at no-cost to patients with insurance. No appointment is needed for COVID-19 testing.

** Please refer to your insurance provider for full coverage details. During the COVID-19 pandemic, some insurance providers may waive co-pays.

Get Tested, Stay Safe

Collecting a sample takes only a few seconds and is typically taken from the nose or throat.

Covered by Insurance

For most patients with insurance, any patient responsibility is waived by insurance providers.

Drive-Up Convenience

Get tested at our drive-thru seven days a week. Just bring your driver's license and insurance card.

Express COVID-19 Testing

In-Clinic Testing

What should you expect with a COVID-19 test?

The provider or our trained clinical staff will put on protective clothes, mask and face shield, and then collect samples.

Collecting a sample is usually taken from the nose but in some cases may be obtained from the back of the throat just like a strep test. This mildly uncomfortable process, the same used to test for influenza, takes just a few seconds.

The provider then packages the samples according to guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and then the samples are shipped to a laboratory. The laboratory tests the specimens for the presence of the new coronavirus, which causes COVID-19.

The provider reports the test results to the patient. If the test is positive, the provider also reports this to the public health authorities.

What to Bring

COVID-19 Test Results

Due to the high volume of COVID-19 testing, we anticipate your test results will be available within 2-3 days as per laboratory guidance. After your screening, you should self-isolate at home if you show symptoms. If your test shows that you have been infected, we will advise you on next steps.

How much does a COVID-19 Test Cost?

If you have insurance, according to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), insurance providers are not imposing out-of-pocket expenses for COVID-19 testing. Any patient responsibility (copays, coinsurance, deductibles) are waived by insurance providers.

For patients without insurance or employers requesting tests, testing is available at the cost of $175.