If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to someone that has, you should call your health care provider. You do not need a referral or prior approval (authorization) to get testing or treatment related to COVID-19. Based on where you live, you can find a location near you to get tested for COVID-19. Just click one of the links below to search for a location.
Please call ahead to make an appointment and check the rules for each location before you seek a test. For help understanding any symptoms you may be having, you can also check your symptoms online.
In addition to your provider’s office and locations listed above, the state has also set up testing sites around the state. Check Stop the Spread for locations and instructions.
There are no out-of-pocket costs for COVID-19 antibody testing when testing is determined by a primary care provider (PCP) or other provider to be medically necessary. Please contact your PCP or other provider to find out whether this testing is appropriate for you. This coverage applies at in-network providers, urgent care, emergency rooms and other facilities, and at out-of-network providers in the event a member cannot easily find an in-network provider to provide timely services.
Consistent with Federal and State guidance coronavirus tests will only be covered or reimbursed if they are medically necessary as determined by a health care provider in accordance with current CDC and state public health department guidelines. COVID-19 tests that are not ordered or referred by a provider are not covered benefits. Testing will not be covered solely for general workplace health and safety, public health surveillance or for other purposes not primarily intended for a member’s individual COVID-19 diagnosis or treatment.