Community COVID-19 Testing | Norton Healthcare Louisville, Ky.

Community COVID-19 Testing

COVID-19 testing at Norton Respiratory Illness Testing Center is by appointment only. Please schedule an appointment below or by calling (502) 861-4611, option 1.

Schedule an Appointment

If you are experiencing symptoms that may be related to COVID-19, you also may receive care at your primary care provider’s office, a Norton Immediate Care Center or a Norton Prompt Care at Walgreens location. A  provider will be able to evaluate your symptoms and perform a COVID-19 test if needed.

What to Know About Your Appointment at Norton Respiratory Illness Testing Center

This is a drive-thru testing location. Follow these instructions carefully:

  • From Poplar Level Road at the light in front of Norton Audubon Hospital, turn onto Audubon Plaza Drive.
  • Take the second right to Norton Respiratory Illness Testing Center.
  • Team members and signs will guide you through the process.
  • For your safety and the safety of others, stay in your vehicle at all times. The team will come to you to perform the swab test.
  • No more than four people per car may be tested.

What Should I Bring?

  • Any photo ID
  • Proof of medical insurance

How Long Does It Take to Get My Results?

Due to national demand, it may take five to 10 days for COVID-19 test results to be available.

How Will I Receive My Results?

If your test is positive, we will call you.

If your test result is negative, your results will be available in MyNortonChart. If you do not have a free MyNortonChart account, visit NortonHealthcare.com/MyNortonChart to sign up. Your results also will be mailed to you.

Is My Insurance Billed For My COVID-19 Test?

If you have insurance, the test will be billed directly to your insurance carrier. If you have questions regarding your coverage, contact your insurance carrier before scheduling a test.

What If I Have Further Questions?

Call (502) 861-4611, option 1, for more information. Select option 2 if you have questions about your test results.

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