Testing

Yeah, yeah, we know what you're thinking, "Why should I get tested?" 

Bottom line - it could save lives. 

Stat Care

  • PCR & Rapid testing

  • Testing by appointment only

  • Travel testing available

  • Testing Monday-Friday 8a-7:30p

SRHC Urgent Care

  • PCR & Rapid testing

  • Testing by appointment only

  • Travel testing available

  • Testing Saturday & Sunday 8a-7:30p

Med Express

  • PCR & Rapid testing

  • Testing is walk in only

  • Travel testing available

  • Testing Monday - Sunday 8a-7p

Salina Family

  • PCR & Rapid testing

  • Testing by appointment only

  • Testing Monday - Thursday 9a-4p, Friday 9a-3p, Saturday 10a-11:20a

CVS

  • PCR testing

  • Testing by appointment only

  • Travel testing available

  • Testing Monday-Friday 10a-4:50p, Saturday/Sunday 11a - 4p

Mowery Clinic

  • PCR testing

  • Testing by appointment only

  • Travel testing available

  • Testing Monday - Thursday 8a- 4p, Friday 8a-11a

Walgreens

  • Rapid testing

  • Testing by appointment only

  • Travel testing available

  • Testing Mon-Sun 9am-5pm
     

All of the above testing locations offer various types of COVID-19 tests and result times vary. Call any testing location to find out more information about their COVID-19 testing.

As a note, the US is facing a severe COVID-19 testing supplies shortage. The best way to combat this test supply shortage is for individuals to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Test-to-stay, test-to-travel, and test-to-attend policies have compounded that shortage.

 

Ideally, routine and widespread testing is the recommended best practice; however, due to these significant supply chain shortages, it is simply unrealistic at this time. Many medical facilities are restricting their testing to only those who are symptomatic; however, the new Delta variant is causing a "fourth wave" of infections, and it remains challenging to keep supplies on the shelf.

 

Until the availability of testing supplies becomes more reliable, people and organizations should carefully consider the need for testing and the burden testing policies place on the overstretched medical community.