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COVID-19 Testing

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COVID-19 Testing in Boulder County

Free COVID-19 Testing

Free COVID-19 testing is available at several free community testing sites for anyone who would like to be tested. Individuals do not have to have symptoms to be tested. You must wear a mask at all times at the testing sites. Free community sites will operate weather permitting.

Mako Medical Testing Sites

Pre-registration is highly recommended. It will help you access your test results more easily.

Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont

Stazio Ball Fields in Boulder

Mako Medical Results

Log in to Mako Medical’s website to access test results.

  • Be sure to register for your results using the information above.
  • If you do not receive results within four days, call the Colorado Customer Service Line at 719-416-5857, from 8 a.m. – 7 p.m., Monday – Saturday.
  • Mako Medical FAQs

Boulder Community Health & Biodesix Labs Testing Sites

Boulder Community Health COVID Test Details

Community Center in Nederland

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Lyons

Boulder Community Health Results

Sign up for the Boulder Community Health patient portal OR for existing patients, log into your existing account at

Anyone who tests positive will need to isolate and monitor their symptoms. Members of the same household and those who have been in close contact will need to quarantine.

Federal law requires up to two weeks paid leave for anyone who must isolate or quarantine due to COVID-19, and who work for an employers with fewer than 500 employees. (Some with 50 or fewer employees may be exempt). The Colorado Health Emergency Leave with Pay Rules (“Colorado HELP Rules”) adds coverage for workers as well. Read more in the FAQ.

Boulder County Testing Sites

The following private facilities are offering COVID-19 testing. Please check with the facility to confirm the availability of testing, the test types offered, and the cost. This information may also be viewed on the Boulder County COVID-19 Community Testing Site Map.

Request a Change to the List of Testing Sites

Clinic Contact Info Cost Hours Type of Test Eligibility Registration Dr.’s Orders Required
Boulder County Fairgrounds 9595 Nelson Rd, Longmont Free 7 day/wk, 8am-5pm Swab Test (PCR) Symptomatic and Asymptomatic Register here Highly recommended to speed up results. No
Stazio Ball Fields 2445 Stazio Dr, Boulder Free 7 day/wk, 8am-5pm Swab Test (PCR) Symptomatic and Asymptomatic Register here Highly recommended to speed up results. No
Drive Through Testing in Lyons 200 2nd Ct. Lyons
Parking lot of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Free Fridays 1:30–3pm Swab Test (PCR) Symptomatic and Asymptomatic No
Drive Through Testing in Nederland 750 Highway 72 N in Nederland
Nederland Community Center
Free Thursdays 3:30–5:30pm Swab Test (PCR) Symptomatic and Asymptomatic No
St. Vrain Valley Schools Innovation Center 33 Quail Rd. Longmont Free M-F 10-5 Swab Test (PCR) Symptomatic and Asymptomatic Register here

Highly recommended to speed up results.

No
Adams County Testing Site (Water World) 8801 N. Pecos St.
Federal Heights
Federal Heights CO
Free 7 days/wk 8am – 4pm Swab Test (PCR) Symptomatic and Asymptomatic Register here Highly recommended to speed up results. No
Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine, Broomfield 3950 W 144th Ave Broomfield, CO 80023

303-558-0509

Yes M-F 10am – 2pm Swab Test (PCR)
Antibody Test
Symptomatic Only Appointment required. Must be assessed by Advanced Urgent Care
Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine, Lafayette 297 US 287, Ste 110 Lafayette, CO 80026

303-558-0509

Yes M-F 10am – 2pm Swab Test (PCR) Symptomatic Only Appointment required. Must be assessed by Advanced Urgent Care
AFC Urgent Care, Louisville 1335 E. South Boulder Rd C, Louisville, CO 80027
720-961-9700
Yes M-F 9am – 6pm
Sa-Su 9am – 3pm
Swab Test (PCR)
Antibody Test
Symptomatic & Asymptomatic No. Patients welcomed inside of facility for testing, & are seen by a provider for a full visit.
Boulder Community Health Della Cava Family Medical Pavilion parking garage, level 5, 4801 Riverbend Road, Boulder, CO
303‑415‑8180
Yes M-F by appointment only Swab Test (PCR)
Antibody Test
Symptomatic & Asymptomatic (those who have had close contact with someone with a lab-confirmed case of COVID-19) No, but appointment required.
Boulder Community Health Gunbarrel Urgent Care 6685 Gunpark Drive, Suite 102, Boulder, CO 80301
303‑415‑5199
Yes 7 days/wk 10am-6pm by appointment only Swab Test (PCR)
Antibody Test
Symptomatic Only Yes
An Urgent Care telehealth visit is required prior to testing.
Appointment required
Boulder Community Health Superior Urgent Care 3 Superior Drive, Suite 100A, Superior, CO 80027
303‑415‑5255
7 days/wk 10am-6pm by appointment only Swab Test (PCR)
Antibody Test
Symptomatic Only Yes
An Urgent Care telehealth visit is required prior to testing.
Appointment required.
Boulder Community Health, Erie Urgent Care Drive up testing 101 Erie Parkway, Erie, Colorado 80516
303‑415‑5810
Yes 7 days/wk 10am-6pm by appointment only Swab Test (PCR)
Antibody Test
Symptomatic Only Yes
An Urgent Care telehealth visit is required prior to testing.
Appointment required.
Boulder Medical Center – Broadway 2750 Broadway Street, Boulder, CO 80304
303-440-3000
Yes M-F by appointment only Swab Test (PCR) Symptomatic Only Patient must have an appointment with a Boulder Medical Center provider or Boulder Medical Center Respiratory Clinic and have a doctor’s order for a test.
Clinica Family Health (Drive up testing) 1735 S Public Rd, Lafayette, CO, 80026
303-650-4460
Yes M-F 1pm – 3 pm (or until tests run out) Swab Test (PCR) Symptomatic and Asymptomatic Staff perform an assessment when patients arrive at the drive-through site. Clinica is now providing tests to individuals who need them for travel purposes.
Flatirons Family Pharmacy 603 Ken Pratt Blvd. Longmont Yes M-F 9-6 Swab Test (PCR)
Antibody Test
Symptomatic Only Yes and appointment required.
Kaiser Permanente Rock Creek Medical Offices 280 Exempla Cir Lafayette, CO 80026
303-338-4545
Yes M-F 7am – 7pm
Sa 8am – noon
Swab Test (PCR)
Antibody Test
Symptomatic and Asymptomatic No
NextCare Curbside Broomfield 4590 W 121st Ave, Broomfield, Colorado
303-439-4544
Yes M-F 8am – 7pm
Sa-Su 9am – 4pm
Swab Test (PCR) Symptomatic Only Must be assessed in vehicle by NextCare. Appointment required.
NextCare Curbside Longmont 2144 Main St #8, Longmont, CO 80501
303-772-0041
M-F 8am – 6pm
Sa-Su 10am – 4pm
Swab Test (PCR) Symptomatic Only Must be assessed in vehicle by NextCare. Appointment required.
Rocky Mountain Urgent Care 3800 Baseline Rd. Suite 106
Boulder, CO 80303

303-499-4800
Yes M-F 8:30am – 5:00pm Swab
Drive Thru
Antibody
Symptomatic and Asymptomatic No, but appointment required. Call (303) 835-9523 and select the urgent care option to schedule a telehealth visit and drive up test. COVID-19 testing stations are outside. Patients do not need to get out of their vehicles.
Antibody tests are blood draws that happen inside the clinic ONLY. Patients must be asymptomatic to have blood drawn.
Salud Family Health (Drive up testing) 220 E. Rogers Road, Longmont, CO 80501 Yes M-F 8am – 11:00am (or until tests run out) Swab Test (PCR) Symptomatic and Asymptomatic No
UC Health Laboratory – Main St, 2101 Main Street, Longmont, CO 80501
720-718-8060Located in the UC Health Urgent Care northwest parking lot
Yes M-F 9am – 3:30 pm
Sa-Su 10am – 2pm
Swab Test (PCR) Symptomatic and Asymptomatic Individuals must have ONE of the following items to be tested: 1. A doctor’s order; 2) A scheduled procedure or surgery at a UCHealth facility; or 3) A confirmed appointment through the UCHealth My Health Connection app. Individuals can create an account at uchealth.org or on their smart phone and then complete the COVID-19 questionnaire. They do not have to be a UCHealth patient to schedule an appointment through the app.

About COVID-19 Tests

A Positive Test Result

Anyone who tests positive will need to isolate and monitor their symptoms. Members of the same household and those who have been in close contact will need to quarantine.

Federal law requires up to two weeks paid leave for anyone who must isolate or quarantine due to COVID-19 and who work for an employers with fewer than 500 employees. (Some employers with 50 or fewer employees may be exempt). The Colorado Health Emergency Leave with Pay Rules (“Colorado HELP Rules”) adds coverage for workers as well. Read more in the FAQ.

Testing for Children

Colorado Testing Sites

There are currently many testing sites open to the public across Colorado, offering testing for free.

Statewide Testing Criteria

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is encouraging anyone who has symptoms of COVID-19 to speak with a health care provider and get tested. Symptoms of COVID-19 can include fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, muscle pain, new loss of taste or smell, and chills.

Testing is also available for anyone (with or without symptoms) who is:

  • Currently employed as a health care or nursing home worker, or first responder
  • An essential worker who directly interacts with the public while working, per state or employer guidelines

Some of the site listed below are also offering testing to those without symptoms but who have had close contact with someone with a lab-confirmed case of COVID-19.

Antibody Testing

There are a very limited number of FDA-approved antibody (or Serological) tests currently available. Because COVID-19 is so new, some of the antibody tests currently available may only tell a person if they have been exposed to the virus, and not if they are immune to future infection. Anyone interested in an antibody test should talk with their healthcare provider.

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