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An Updating List of Where You Can Get Tested For COVID-19

Testing sites are popping up all over the region.
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In addition to the two federal testing sites at the American Airlines Center and the Ellis Davis Fieldhouse in Oak Cliff, see below for our updating list of private testing options for COVID-19.

In an effort to protect children and older people with underlying medical conditions, MD Medical Group is opening drive-through clinics for COVID-19 testing at six of their clinics.

All 39 MD Medical Group clinics will remain open moving forward. The testing sites will be testing adults and children and will be equipped to test 300 individuals per day, and will be open between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Appointments are required. See contact information and locations below.

1-888-776-5252, Monday to Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.

  • MD Family Clinic- Marsh location- 9991 Marsh Ln. #100 Dallas, TX 75220
  • MD Family Clinic Irving Heights location- 1111 S Irving Heights Dr, Irving, TX 75060
  • MD Family Clinic- Bruton location- 9709 Bruton Rd. Dalla, TX 75217
  • MD Kids Pediatrics West Plano location- 7800 Preston Rd. #300 Plano, TX 75024
  • MD Kids Pediatrics Saner location- 3201 W. Saner Ave. Dallas, TX 75233
  • Clinicas Mi Doctor Seminary location- 4200 South Fwy. #106, Fort Worth, TX 76115
  • MD Family Clinic- 2636 W Walnut St. Garland, TX 75042
  • Clinicas Mi Doctor Grand Prairie – 410 E Pioneer Pkwy #300, Grand Prairie, TX 75051
  • MD Family Clinic – 1200 Woodhaven Blvd., Fort Worth, TX,76112
  • Clinicas Mi Doctor – 4200 South Fwy. #106, Fort Worth, TX 76115

Sinai Urgent Care, which has urgent care facilities in the Park Cities, Murphy, and North Dallas has made all three locations open for drive-thru COVID-19 testing only. Patients must make an appointment before being tested. Locations are open from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Learn more here.

Village Health Partners also has drive-thru testing sites. Patients will need to set up an appointment to be screened by a physician, and if the provider approves the patient for a test, they can head to the testing site, where more than 750 individuals have been tested so far. The site began testing providers and first responders on March 16 and is now open to everyone. The clinic is located in the Independence Medical Village location at 8080 Independence Parkway in Plano.

Texas Health Huguley Hospital Fort Worth South has drive-thru COVID-19 testing.  Patients who have COVID-19 symptoms must be screened via phone and scheduled for an appointment at the hospital campus. Both insured and uninsured patients are welcome.

Exceptional Urgent Care offers drive-thru testing and takes all commercial insurance.  Testing is available from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Learn more here. They are located at 4555 W. Walnut St.,Garland, TX, 75042, and can be reached at (469) 638-8060.

Watermark Health has opened up a free drive-through COVID-19 testing site at Watermark Community Church in Dallas, providing testing for the uninsured. The tests are made available due to a partnership between Watermark Urgent Care clinics and Questcare Medical Clinics. The testing site also takes patients with insurance. Schedule an appointment and learn more here.

Kroger Health is launching free COVID-19 testing in Dallas and Fort Worth, and will be performing an additional 1,000 tests each day. The Dallas location is at CitySquare (parking lot), 1610 Malcolm X Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75226 and will open Saturday, May 9. Hours will be Saturday and Monday: 8:30AM – 2:30PM,  and Tues, Wed, and Fri: 1:00PM – 5:00PM. In Fort Worth, the testing will be at J.P. Elder Middle School, 600 Park Street, Fort Worth, TX 76164, and will open Thursday, May 7. Hours will be Tuesday – Saturday: 8:30AM – 2:30PM. Register and learn more here.

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