Houston Health Department and local medical community, including members of the Texas Medical Center, operate free COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites for high-risk symptomatic people. Symptomatic people can visit ReadyHarris.org to use an online screening tool or call the Houston Health Department’s COVID-19 call center at 832-393-4220 to be screened. People who meet testing criteria will receive a unique identification code and instructions on where to go for testing. The site only accepts people with a unique identification code obtained through the screening process. Those who show up without an identification code will not get tested.
Legacy Community Health offers COVID-19 testing for symptomatic people determined to be at-risk. People may visit legacycommunityhealth.org or call 832-548-5000 to be screened. Legacy offers testing on a sliding fee scale, and the clinic bills insurance companies for those who are covered.
My Family Doctor has a drive-thru testing site at 6430 Hillcroft Street open Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. This site is currently cash only and limited to high-risk people with symptoms. People can visit the My Family Doctor website at covid19drivethru.com for more information.
Thirty Madison UrgentCare, doctors are available around-the-clock and currently treating common conditions that send people to the ER: UTIs, cold & flu symptoms, stomach issues, and back pain. Consultations are offered on a pay-what-you-can basis, starting at $0 to make this service as accessible as possible.
United Memorial Medical Center offers free COVID-19 drive-thru testing for high-risk people who register for pre-screening at ummcscreening.com or call 281-618-8500. People who are eligible will be directed to a local drive-thru testing site.