Coronavirus Links and Contact Information to Assist You:
World Health Organization
US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
John Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at JHU
IATA Travel Center
Drive-Thru Testing for Coronavirus at Jones Beach (7am-7pm)
You must call 888-364-3065 to schedule an appointment. No referral from a doctor is needed. Upon arrival to Jones Beach, patients are to remain in their cars. An emergency medical professional will evaluate and test patients accordingly.
Drive-Thru Testing for Coronavirus at ProHealth (7am-7pm)
You must call 516-874-0411 to speak with a medical professional for evaluation. If you meet the criteria, you will be scheduled through a digital booking system that connects with a clinician on site. Currently they have four locations, Jericho, Lake Success, Riverhead and Little Neck. Upon arrival, patients are assigned a parking space and will be seen immediately by an emergency medical professional for evaluation and testing. Patients are to remain in their cars.
Note: ProHEALTH is prioritizing patients who are more at risk. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines risk as older people and those with serious chronic medical conditions, such as lung disease, heart disease and diabetes.
Drive-Thru Testing for Coronavirus at Stony Brook University (SBU) (7am-7pm)
Residents who want to make an appointment can call now and be triaged by a nurse. Not everyone will be eligible for the test; those who call will speak with a nurse and answer questions to determine eligibility. New York's coronavirus hot line is 1-888-364-3065. The mobile testing center, is located in Stony Brook University's Parking Lot P.
Drive-Thru Testing for Coronavirus at AFC Urgent Cares in Farmingdale, East Meadow, West Islip
American Family Care (AFC) Urgent Care Facilities require you to call ahead and schedule an appointment. Test results take 15 minutes or less at these sites. Doctors are only testing patients who are symptomatic and patients will be seen on a first come first serve basis.
Once a patient arrives to the site, they will wait in line to register, following a strict six-foot distance rule. Patients will be given paperwork that must be completed in their car. After they register, they are asked to wait in their vehicle until their testing time. They will be contacted by a text message to return to the facility and directed to an exam room. While the molecular test is being conducted, patients will be examined by a physician.
After being tested their results will be sent to them in a text message. The testing will close daily at each location after the first 100 people register but you can return the next day to try again.
Patients can email questions to AFClongisland@afcurgentcare.com or pre-register at the following locations:
Farmingdale Hours: (Weekdays & Weekends) 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Bi-County Shopping Center
1037 Fulton St, Farmingdale, NY 11735 (631) 983-4578
East Meadow Hours: (Weekdays) 8 a.m. – 10 p.m.; (Weekends) 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
2310 Hempstead Tpke., East Meadow 11554 (516) 531-6492
West Islip Hours: (Weekdays) 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.; (Weekends) 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
125 Sunrise Hwy, West Islip 11795 (631) 400-3430
Patients reaching out regarding a non-COVID-19 medical issue can visit afcurgentcare.com
Drive-Thru for Coronavirus at PM Pediatrics at 1457 Northern Blvd. in Manhasset
All COVID-19 screening appointments must be booked in advance.
Only pediatric patients who have been evaluated by a medical professional from PM Pediatrics in person or via its Anywhere telemedicine app, are eligible to be tested.
Parents can drive to a secure tent in the parking lot, where the child’s nose will be swabbed and a sample collected. Results will be reported in approximately four days.
PM Pediatrics is also offering Antibody Testing for Families
PM Pediatrics started offering COVID-19 antibody testing at 36 locations nationwide, six of which are on Long Island in: Carle Place, Commack, Manhasset, Massapequa Park, Selden and Syosset.
The New Hyde Park-based pediatric urgent care group said an entire household that includes at least one child can get the test. The group said in order to schedule an appointment, a parent must download the PM Pediatrics Anywhere app and set up a screening.
The COVID-19 antibody test consists of a blood sample, drawn from a vein. An antibody is a marker in the blood that indicates the body’s immune reaction to a specific infection, in this case COVID-19. Results are reported in two to three days, PM Pediatrics said.
Patients with insurance will have the co-pay waived, the group said. The out-of-pocket cost for those without insurance is $65.00.
Testing for Coronavirus conducted by HRHcare are located at the Brentwood Recreation Center and Riverhead County Center
Call to make a telemedicine appointment at 1-844-HRH-CARE. All testing is by appointment only. Most testing is reserved for hospitalized patients, high-risk patients, and patients with moderate-severe symptoms who have also had prolonged exposure to known cases of COVID-19.
Moderate-severe symptoms include:
- Temperature greater than 100.5not responsive to medications for fever
- Severe Shortness of Breath
- Persistent Cough
Remember that most people who get COVID-19 can recover at home with no treatment. If you are mildly ill you should remain home and contact your provider with any questions. Patients who are worried about COVID-19 (coronavirus) can get a quick, remote consultation with a doctor using telemedicine.