COVID-19 Testing Locations

Testing for COVID-19 is still somewhat limited and is reserved for people showing symptoms. If you are sick and have symptoms of coronavirus and you think you need a test, call your doctor. In most cases, you will need an order from a physician in order to be tested. If you do not have a primary care physician, you can call your nearest Urgent Care facility.

The sites below offer diagnostic testing for COVID-19. Diagnostic tests will tell you if you currently have the virus. Diagnostic tests will not tell you if you had the virus in the past. This list is not inclusive of sites offering COVID-19 testing but includes those sites in and near Clermont County. This list is not an endorsement of any of the testing facilities.

You should call each facility ahead of time to confirm the testing capabilities and procedures.

*If you would like to have your facility added to this list, please email us with details at ccph@clermontcountyohio.gov


Carefirst Urgent Cares

Beechmont
7300 Beechmont Ave, Cincinnati OH  45230 – 513-232-91005
Loveland
10582 Loveland Maderia Rd, Loveland 45140  513-677-2400

Eastgate
  4530 Eastgate Blvd, Cincinnati 45245  513-652-19995
www.Carefirsturgentcares.com

Criteria for testing:

  • Healthcare worker and any public safety worker with suspected exposure
  • Recent contact with a COVID-19 positive patient
  • Experiencing shortness of breath, fever, body aches, cough
  • Any symptoms of COVID-19 with high-risk medical conditions

Results are available within 24-48 hours.


The Christ Hospital Urgent Care

4440 Red Bank Expressway
Suite 110
Cincinnati 45227
513-564-1366
Thechristhospital.com


Eastside Urgent Care

872 Ohio Pike
Cincinnati, OH 45245
513-306-4428

Patients with current COVID-19 symptoms can be tested.
Visit the website to schedule a test or a telehealth visit if you have symptoms.
esurgentcare.com


HealthSource of Ohio
HSO is operating regional drive-thru testing sites by appointment only at the following locations:

  • Wilmington – 8 – 9 a.m. M-F
  • Loveland – 11 a.m. – noon M-F
  • Georgetown 3 p.m – 4 p.m. M-F

All COVID-19 testing requests must come from a HealthSource of Ohio clinician or local Ohio Department of Health referral. HealthSource of Ohio is accepting new patients. All patients  must have an in-person or telehealth visit prior to scheduling testing.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 513-576-7700


Hometown Urgent Care
1068 State Route 28
Suite C
Milford, OH 45150-2095
513-831-5900
Offers testing for people showing symptoms. If you have symptoms and feel you should be tested, please call first. A Hometown Urgent Care provider will evaluate you and determine if you need a test.


Mercy Health

offers a COVID-19 a self-assessment tool and video visits with a physician for COVID-19.

Mercy Health Flu Clinic
Forest Hills Family Medicine
8094 Beechmont Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45255
513-232-7100

Mercy Health – Clermont Hospital
3000 Hospital Drive
Batavia, OH 45103
513-732-8200

www.mercy.com


TriHealth Drive-through Assessment Centers

TriHealth offers drive-through testing for COVID-19 at several locations.
Appointments are required and you must have an order from a physician.

Group Health Anderson
7810 Five Mile Road
Cincinnati, OH 45230

TriHealth Emergency Departments
Patients without a primary care physician can visit any TriHealth Emergency Department to be evaluated. Patients that meet the criteria for testing can be tested for COVID-19. The closest TriHealth Emergency Department to Clermont County is

Bethesda North Hospital
10500 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH 45242
513-865-1112

www.trihealth.com/coronavirus


University of Cincinnati Health

Drive-Thru Testing
(With Doctor’s Order Only and must be a current UC Health patient).
Visit www.uchealth.com for more information on COVID-19 testing

University of Cincinnati Medical Center
234 Goodman Street
Cincinnati, OH 45219
513-475-8000