National Jewish Health Offering COVID-19 Testing

April 24, 2020 / Comments (0)


The Denver Post reported on April 22 that National Jewish Health in Denver will offer tests for antibodies to the new coronavirus to anyone who wants one, though people who want to be tested for a current infection still need a doctor’s referral.  See press release here.

Please see this page on the NJH website for details and information on how to make an appointment to get antibody testing without a doctor’s note, provided you aren’t showing symptoms of COVID-19. The test costs $94, and results should be available in two days.

If you have COVID-19 symptoms and want to be tested, you need a referral from your doctor for swab testing. Those tests are performed at a drive-thru station in National Jewish’s parking lot between 13th and 14th Avenues on Harrison Street, with results also available in about two days.

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We will add more as we learn of them.

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