Due to the sudden rise in COVID cases, we are experiencing a high number of patients in our Emergency Rooms and Urgent Care seeking COVID testing, which limits our ability to care for medical emergencies. If you have mild (i.e. non-emergent) COVID symptoms or think you have been exposed and want to be tested, please visit a community testing center or a CAMC drive-through testing center.


Community Testing Sites - Free COVID Testing

Free COVID-19 testing opportunities for all West Virginians are provided by the Governor's Office, the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, the West Virginia National Guard, the Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs, local health departments, and many community partners.

Learn more about free testing resources in your community and state.


CAMC Testing Sites

CAMC is currently operating one drive-through COVID-19 testing site:

CAMC LabWorks - 3004 Chesterfield Avenue:

Special hours:
     Saturday - 7:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
     Sunday - Closed

Normal hours
     Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.



Only patients with a physician's order may be screened at the drive-thru locations.

Results will be available through CAMC's patient portal or provider who ordered the test. Results should be reported within about 24 to 48 hours.


Worried you may have Covid? Talk to a CAMC provider FREE.

If you are experiencing mild Covid symptoms or think you have been exposed and want to be tested, you can use CAMC's 24/7 Care app to talk to a provider FREE from the comfort of your home using coupon code COVID. Simply download the 24/7 Care app, set up an account, and request a free visit anytime, day or night, using the code COVID. A CAMC provider will call you or video chat with you and give you an order to be tested, if necessary. For more information about 24/7 Care, visit camc.org/24-7Care