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St. Joseph to Relocate Drive-Through COVID-19 Testing Location

Drive Through Testing

Penn State Health St. Joseph has relocated their drive-through testing site on its Bern Township Campus. Testing is available only for patients who have been evaluated by a provider and given an order for the test. The site will be open Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Testing is free and available to patients of any age with a doctor’s order. Patients will be asked to present their doctor’s order, photo identification and insurance card.

Posted May 8, 2020

Penn State Health St. Joseph will relocate its drive-through COVID-19 testing location on Monday, May 11, from outside the medical center’s main entrance to an area of the parking lot just off the Red Bridge Road entrance to the Bern Township campus. Directional signs will guide patients to the new location.

The move, which will ensure adequate parking for patients, comes as St. Joseph prepares to restart non-COVID-19 services that had previously been postponed.

Drive Through Testing Map

Open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., the drive-thru testing is available only for patients who have been evaluated by a provider and given an order for the test. Testing is free and available to patients of any age with a doctor’s order. Patients will be asked to present their doctor’s order, photo identification and insurance card.

COVID-19 may cause cough, fever or shortness of breath. Most individuals will have mild illness. Some people, particularly individuals over 60, those with underlying health problems and pregnant women may have more serious illness requiring hospital care. Penn State Health recommends that anyone with concerns that they may have COVID-19 call their provider or the Pennsylvania Department of Health at 1-877-PA-HEALTH, before going to a clinic, urgent care center or emergency department. You also may use Penn State Health OnDemand, our free virtual care app, to talk directly with a provider who can evaluate your symptoms and make care recommendations. Find out more here.

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