High Heat Closure of Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Site
For your safety and the safety of our staff, the COVID-19 Curbside Testing
line will close at 11a.m. on days where the temperature is 90°F or above.
If the temperature today is 90 degrees or above and you are in need of
testing for an upcoming Frederick Health procedure, proceed to our Toll House location at
501 West 7th Street for COVID-19 testing (see map for location details). This site will operate
12 noon-2 p.m.
■ If you or someone you know plans to visit our testing site soon, we suggest
arriving to the testing site early in the day. As a reminder, the testing
site opens daily at 7a.m. Scheduling updates are also posted on the Frederick
Health Facebook page.
If at any time you feel short of breath or are having a medical emergency,
call 911 or go to the Emergency Department.
Please inform ER/EMS that you have been tested for
COVID-19 so they can be properly protected.
To download the official handout, please click on the appropriate link:
For the lastest information on scheduling updates & changes, please
official Facebook page.
*For testing results, please call 240-566-3152.
*Due to high testing volume, we are experiencing increased turnaround times
for results and increased phone calls. If you do not speak with one of
our team members, please leave a message and we will return your call
within 48 hours.
Our COVID-19 testing site is located at Frederick Health Village off of
1 Frederick Health Way
Frederick, MD 21701
Click Here for directions
Testing runs daily, 7A.M.-2 P.M. Testing available to all, no symptoms
required. For the lastest information on changes & updates to our
testing site's schedule, please visit our
official Facebook page.
Holiday Schedule & Hours
As we approach the holiday season, please make note that our COVID-19 Testing
Site will be closed on the following days:
- Thanksgiving (Thursday, November 26)
- Christmas Day (Friday, December 25)
- New Year’s Day (Friday, January 1, 2021)
Antibody Testing is Now Available
Antibody testing requires a physician order. Talk to your doctor about
whether antibody testing is right for you.
We continue to work through the Frederick County Health Department for
testing and we are in constant communication with the health department.
We will adjust our procedures based on their guidance as the local public
health authority, and on the needs of our community.Frederick Health is
closely monitoring the current outbreak of respiratory disease caused
For more information & updates specific to COVID-19 in Maryland - including
up-to-date testing and laboratory confirmed case numbers, please visit the
official CDC website or the
official Maryland Coronavirus website.
This is a rapidly evolving situation and we will provide updates as soon
as they become available.