At Penn Medicine, we provide testing to anyone who is experiencing coronavirus symptoms. A Penn Medicine provider must place an order or refer you to get tested.
If you're a patient and are concerned about possible symptoms of the virus, we recommend that you contact your provider, who will provide more information about the test sites and can refer you to be tested. The referrals are sent electronically through our electronic medical records platform, so no paperwork is exchanged on-site.
Once your referrals are checked or you're registered in the Penn system, you'll speak with a provider who will ask you about your symptoms. If you match the CDC testing criteria, you'll get swabbed and your samples will be sent to a lab for testing.
If you are not a patient and are experiencing symptoms, please call 800-789-7366.
COVID-19 Testing Locations and Hours
Thanksgiving Holiday testing announcement. Please visit our Holiday Calendar for up-to-date Covid-19 testing times.
We have several ambulatory COVID-19 testing sites with test kits available for symptomatic patients. Each of our testing sites have different hours and registration requirements, but most require appointments.
In the case of inclement weather, it is possible that a site will need to be closed with short notice. Please ensure you provide the best number to reach you when you make an appointment, so we can contact you to reschedule if needed.
Please note: Symptomatic COVID-19 testing will be discontinued at the legacy Radnor testing site at 250 King of Prussia Road after today, Friday, September 18.
Chester County Hospital Testing Site
Address: 701 E. Marshall St., West Chester, PA
Testing hours: 8 am to 4:30 pm, every day
Penn Medicine Chester County Hospital is offering COVID-19 testing for community members who have valid orders from their medical providers. For more information, please call 267-758-4408.
Lancaster General Health Testing Sites
Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health has a few different testing sites. Please visit Lancaster General Health's website for more information.
Pennsylvania Hospital Testing Sites
Walk-thru testing: 721 Delancey Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Drive-thru testing: 711 Delancey Street Parking Garage, Parking Deck 1, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Testing hours at both locations: 8 am to 1 pm, Sunday through Friday (closed Saturday)
A Penn Medicine provider must give you a script or referral for you to be tested at the Pennsylvania Hospital site. If you have an order, please call 267-414-2303 to schedule an appointment.
Princeton Health Testing Site
Address: 5 Plainsboro Rd, Plainsboro, NJ 08536
Testing hours: 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Wednesday, Friday and Sunday (closed Thursday and Saturday)
A Penn Medicine provider must give you a script or referral for you to be tested at the Princeton site. If you have an order, please call Central Scheduling at 609-853-7198.
Penn Medicine Radnor
Address: 145 King of Prussia Road, Radnor, PA 19087, Ground floor of parking garage.
Testing hours: 5 pm to 8 pm, Thursday; 1 pm to 5 pm, Saturday
Sayre Health Center Testing Site
Address:227 S. 59th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19139
Testing hours: 9 am to 12:30 pm, 1 pm to 3:30 pm, Monday through Friday (closed weekends)
The Sayre Health Center testing site is supported by Penn Medicine, but does not use the Penn Medicine electronic medical record system. The entrance to the testing site is located in the parking lot behind Sayre High School. We strongly encourage patients to pre-register by calling 215-474-4444. On-site registration may incur long wait times.
Registration call line hours: 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday
West Philadelphia Testing Site
Address: 4040 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Testing hours: 8 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday (closed weekends)
Updated 11/9/20: Please note that the West Philadelphia testing site location has changed from 4122 Market Street to 4040 Market Street. Testing is done on the lobby level within the building. Please schedule an appointment by calling 267-414-2303.
COVID-19 Test Results
After you've been swabbed at one of our testing sites, we send the sample either to a commercial laboratory for COVID-19 testing or to a lab at the University of Pennsylvania. Test results are immediately posted on your myPennMedicine account. If you do not have a myPennMedicine account, sign up here.
If you test positive for COVID-19, you'll receive a phone call and be provided guidelines for self-quarantine. We have services available to take care of patients with COVID-19, such as COVID Watch, an automated text messaging system that provides 24/7 clinical feedback and support.