COVID-19 screening and testing services are available at select CHAS, Providence, MultiCare (Rockwood and Indigo), Unify, Native Project, Kaiser Permanente and Franklin Park Urgent Care clinics. Testing is now also available at select Rite Aid and Walgreens pharmacies. Additionally, 48 hour testing options are available through Work Well Consultants and ADx Healthcare (see websites for information). Healthcare professionals screen individuals for signs and symptoms of possible COVID-19 exposure and, if needed, test for the virus. Due to a limited number of testing supplies nationwide, current protocol requires that only those meeting testing criteria be tested (see FAQ).

Scheduling Appointments

Each location follows their own protocols. Some locations offer walk-in screening for anyone while others ask that you FIRST speak to a health care provider via phone or virtual visit. View the map below to learn more about each location, including those that are offering community testing regardless of insurance or provider status.

Low- and No-Cost COVID-19 Testing Options

If you do not have a primary care provider or are currently without insurance, there are low- and no-cost COVID-19 testing services​ available in Spokane County. Each clinic has different screening procedures and payment options, so it is recommended that you call ahead. Download this flyer to see clinic locations​.

CHAS COVID-19 Testing

Starting, Nov. 7, 2020, all CHAS Health COVID-19 testing locations will offer qualifying patients PCR testing (non-rapid tests). Please note that testing turnaround times are currently 1-3 days. Rapid tests will be offered as needed and will require an appointment with a CHAS health provider. See the CHAS website for details.

Spokane County Clinic Locations