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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Testing

Testing is available for anybody with:

  • Symptoms
  • No symptoms, who:
    • Live/work in congregate settings (long term care facilities, group homes, assisted living facilities, shelters, substance use residential programs, correctional facilities, encampments).
    • Were directed by Minnesota Department of Health to be tested as part of a cluster investigation
    • Are mission-critical workers essential to maintaining critical infrastructure (public utility workers, healthcare workers, first responders, National Guard, mass transit workers, grocery workers, food processing plants, childcare workers, other critical supply manufacturing and distribution, and governmental employees).
    • Have been in direct contact with someone confirmed to have COVID-19.
    • Are traveling to a state or country that requires a negative COVID-19 test prior to admission.
    • Will be visiting a high-risk family member.
    • Are asked by their school or employer to be tested prior to return but were not previously positive
    • Was in a high-risk setting where masking and social distancing wasn't practiced (large gatherings included but not limited to, protests or community/neighborhood events/meetings, graduation parties, sporting events, spending time in bars/restaurants/gyms/salons or other high-risk communal settings).


Brooklyn Park Clinic

7650 Zane Avenue North,
Brooklyn Park, MN 55443

M - F 8 am - 4 pm

Walk-in available for current patients

Richfield Clinic

Located in Market Plaza

790 West 66th Street,
Richfield, MN 55423

M - F 8 am - 4 pm

Walk-in available for current patients

Viral Screening Clinic

900 South 8th Street,
Minneapolis, MN 55415

Open M - F

Adults: 8 am - 3pm
Children/Families: 8 am – 4:30 pm
E-visits (or other pre-existing COVID order already in place): 8 am – 4:30 pm


Whittier Clinic

2810 Nicollet Avenue,
Minneapolis, MN 55408

M - F 8 am - 4 pm

Walk-in available for current patients

Prepare for testing at our outlying clinics

Before getting tested at Brooklyn Park, Richfield or Whittier Clinic, you need to one of the following:

Prepare for testing at our downtown Viral Screening Clinic

If you plan to go the walk-in Viral Screening Clinic and you are a new patient to Hennepin Healthcare, take these steps before you go in to ensure a quicker check-in:

  1. Call 612-873-2922 and ask to have a new patient account created and tell the representative you plan to walk into the Viral Screening Clinic
  2. Create a MyChart account
  3. Visit the Viral Screen Clinic at one of these designated times:
    Adults: 8 am – 3 pm
    Children/Families: 8 am – 4:30 pm
    E-visits (or other pre-existing COVID order already in place): 8 am – 4:30 pm

COVID-19 Testing for Groups

If you represent a workplace, school, or other group settings where there are a number of individuals needing COVID-19 testing, we have additional ways to partner with you.  We welcome anyone to utilize our e-visits and individual clinics but can often provide a better & more consistent experience for your team with other services.  We may be able to arrange for testing at your site or partner on the best timing and process for the smooth completion of testing at one of our clinic sites.

To help us better understand your needs and how we may partner, please send an email to [email protected] with the following information:

  1. Key contact person and email/phone number;
  2. Information about your group (size, any special needs); and
  3. Reason for COVID-19 testing needs.


The gross charge for a COVID-19 lab test is $218.00 total ($162.00 for the test and $56.00 for the collection). The gross charge for the antibody test is $105.00. This is the list price; contractual insurance rates or discounts are not included in this amount and they do not indicate out of pocket costs. At this time, Hennepin Healthcare is not collecting copays for these tests. For more information on testing prices, access the Costs of Care page.

The CARES Act requires that COVID-19 testing is covered without cost-sharing. This applies to all health insurance coverage in Minnesota. It is important to know that this applies to the test only, office visits are not covered through the CARES Act. Some insurance carriers have agreed to waive cost-sharing for in-network visits associated with the COVID-19 test – it is important to check with your health insurance to find out what will be covered and what is in-network.

If you do not have insurance, contact a Hennepin Healthcare Financial Counselor. Financial Counseling is supporting patients remotely. You can either email [email protected] or call 612-873-2767.

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