CHARLOTTE — There are several medical providers in the Charlotte area that offer COVID-19 testing, including Novant Health, Atrium Health, StarMed Healthcare and American Family Care. See the list of testing locations below.
In addition, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has also developed a testing site locator dashboard. Residents can enter their address and/or zip code to find the nearest testing sites. The dashboard will continually be edited as more testing sites and information is available.
Congresswoman Alma Adams and Walgreens will host a lunch-time pop-up vaccination mobile clinic in Mint Hill on Wednesday, Sept. 1. The mobile vaccination clinic will be from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Lawyers Square Shopping Center in Mint Hill, 9229 Lawyers Road. Flu shots, COVID-19 testing, free COVID-19 vaccinations and booster shots will be available.
Sites where you can get tested:
American Family Care
American Family Care offers COVID-19 testing at the following locations:
Charlotte: 4128 Monroe Rd. and 10102 Johnston Rd.
Gastonia: 1908 E. Franklin Blvd., Suite 100
Indian Trail: 14001 E. Independence Blvd., Suite C
Mooresville: 295 Williamson Rd., Suite A
Atrium Health Mobile Coronavirus Testing Center
Each week, Atrium Health officials drive a mobile screening and testing bus to communities that need extra help. If you’re having coronavirus symptoms, just walk up – you don’t need an appointment or identification.
Carolina Pharmacy offers rapid antigen, RT-LAMP, and RT-PCR tests. Testing is done by appointment only but you may walk-in to any site and staff can help you schedule a test on the spot.
Testing is available through Novant Health at most primary care providers, urgent care facilities or walk-in clinics.
Testing is also available at the Triangle Shopping Center at 6070 E. Independence Blvd., in east Charlotte. This testing site will operate from 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Appointments are required and walk-ins will not be accepted. This location will administer tests for asymptomatic patients with potential exposure and symptomatic patients. Rapid tests are not available at this location. Novant Health patients can schedule an appointment through their MyChart account or anyone can schedule an appointment online at NovantHealth.org/CovidTest.
In addition, tests are offered at most Novant Health GoHealth Urgent Care locations, which are open from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Ballantyne: 15235 John J Delaney Dr., Suite B
Berewick: 4815 Berewick Town Center Dr., Suite C
Cornelius: 17078 Nat Bynam Ln., Suite 3
Harrisburg: 9950 Rocky River Rd.
Huntersville: 9121 Sam Furr Rd., Suite 108
Matthews: 9600 E. Independence Blvd., Suite B
Midtown: 445 South Kings Dr.
Mint Hill: 11300 Cresthill Dr., Suite 120
Mooresville: 130 Plantation Ridge Dr., Suite 100
Mountain Island: 3500 Mt. Holly-Huntersville Rd.
Park Road: 4304 Park Rd.
Quail Hollow: 8450 Park Rd.
Steele Creek: 13129 South Tryon St., Suite 120
Waverly: 11840 Southmore Dr., Suite 100
Novant Health Express at Walgreens:
SouthPark: 6231 Fairview Road, Charlotte
Locations and hours are subject to change. Click here for the most up-to-date information.
StarMed offers drive-thru testing sites in the Charlotte area and other counties throughout the state.
- The Old Eastland Mall parking lot - Central Ave.
- The Mecklenburg County Health Department - 2845 Beatties Ford Rd.
- The Bojangles Coliseum parking lot - 2700 E. Independence Blvd.
- StarMed Healthcare Freemore - 4001 Tuckaseegee Rd.
Tryon Medical Partners
Tryon Medical Partners offers two testing locations for its patients. Testing is by appointment only.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services also provides a test site finder on its website. Click here to find more testing sites and to see a list of community testing events.
Long lines back up traffic for miles at testing site in Rock Hill, South Carolina
Long lines last seen at the height of the pandemic this past winter are back as thousands of people across the Charlotte area are lining up again to get tested for COVID-19.
For more than a year, Channel 9 has followed the ups and downs at one site at Winthrop University in Rock Hill. South Carolina reporter Greg Suskin has been covering the testing site during that time but said on Monday that he has never seen the lines as long as they are now.
Eden Terrace was essentially blocked off because there was so much traffic with everyone waiting to get into the coliseum parking lot for their free COVID test.
Two weeks ago, Suskin reported that testing at the site had gone from only 20-25 people a day in the spring to 400 a day.
Genetworx, the healthcare company that does the outdoor testing at Winthrop, now says they are back up to 1,200 people a day. The crowds are so big that some people have complained about wait times as long as 90 minutes to two hours.
“It’s necessary but it’s ridiculous,” one person in line told Channel 9. ‘They should have more tents. At least set up more places.”
Genetworx said it has added more tents and doubled the staff last month, when COVID cases started to climb again.
Many of the people in line told Channel 9 they have kids out of school on quarantine and they’re trying to get them back in class.
(WATCH: Long lines back up traffic for miles at testing site in Rock Hill)
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