BEL AIR, Md. (WJZ) — Upper Chesapeake Health, a part of the University of Maryland Medical System, is offering testing of pre-screened, physician-ordered coronavirus patients starting Friday in their parking lot.
The patients must contact their Primary Care Provider to be screened, before they go to the center.READ MORE: $30K Reward Offered For Information In Efraim Gordon's Fatal Shooting
LabCorp will be used for testing in UCH’s mobile collection in the parking lot of their Bel Air emergency center.
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They will test for both flu and COVID-19.
Registered nurses will take the samples between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Patients are required to stay in their vehicles.
Nurses in protective equipment will swab patients then give them follow up instructions.READ MORE: What Parents Need To Know About COVID Vaccines For Preteens, Teens As FDA Expected To Give Pfizer OK
There won’t be any walk-up service.
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