COVID-19 Testing Information

  • Banner Health

    Banner Health is offering drive-thru testing sites for Banner patients experiencing non-life-threatening symptoms. You must wear a mask and bring your health insurance card to your appointment. 

    • When: You must have an appointment to be tested. Call 1 (844) 549-1856 to schedule an appointment. Phone lines are open from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday.
    • Where: Banner North Colorado Emergency Care Parking Lot, 2000 70th Ave., Greeley, CO 80634

    Many Banner clinics also are offering testing. If you are a Banner patient, you should check with your provider.

    Sunrise and Monfort Clinics

    Sunrise offers COVIDk-19 testing only via an appointment with a clinician at Monfort Family Clinic in Evans, Loveland Community Health Center in Loveland, or (starting October 1st) Sunrise Adelante Clinic in Greeley.

    • Call to schedule an appointment or walk-in to see a clinician at any of these sites. 
    • The clinician will determine if COVID-19 testing is warranted. 
    • Test result times are 48-72 hours. 
    • Test results are communicated to patients by a clinical team member. 
    • Charges for testing are $25 or Sliding Fee Scale (SFS) copay. Most insurances cover the cost. 

    Families need to insist on their child being tested if your child has been in contact with a person who has COVID-19 or is in a school cohort that has been quarantined. 

    Good Day Pharmacy

    Good Day Pharmacy in Greeley is participating as a collection site in partnership with eTrueNorth, a contractor of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Testing services for patients meeting eligibility requirements are now available. Tests will be provided at no cost to eligible patients at this time. 

    Testing site information: 

    • Where: Greeley Medical Clinic, 2000 16th St., Greeley, CO 80631, west side parking lot
    • When: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. on various days throughout the week. Check the schedule at the link below.
    • Appointment required: Go to or call 1(800) 635-8611 and complete the assessment to determine eligibility.
      • If eligible, the patient will select a time on the website for a test and be issued a test voucher.
    • During the visit, the patient will present the voucher and ID to receive a test kit and guidance to self-administer (for contact-free testing) a nasal swab under supervision of a team member. After collecting the sample, the patient will place it in a collection bin for shipment to a lab.
    • Results will be available to the patient in 3-5 days through the eTrueNorth portal.
    • Full details will be provided to the patient at the time of testing.


    Beginning May 22, a no-cost COVID-19 drive-thru testing site will be open three days a week in the 23rd Avenue Walmart parking lot. Tests will be self-swab nasal tests. You must make an appointment and bring your test voucher with you to the testing site.

    Testing site information:

    • When: 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
    • Where: Walmart, 3103 S. 23rd Ave., Greeley, CO 80631
    • Registration required:

    Testing follows CDC Guidelines to determine eligibility. Currently eligible:

    • Health care workers and first responders
    • Other individuals with symptoms
    • Other individuals without symptoms, in accordance with state and local plans and for public health monitoring


    The UCHealth drive-through specimen-collection center on the campus of Aims Community College in Greeley will close after Saturday, August 8, to make way for the new school year. Arrangements are being made to open another drive-through location in Greeley in September. In the interim, Weld County patients will be able to access the services at the new collection center at Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland starting Monday, August 10.

    The testing site is open from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday on the east side of the facility. Patients will be asked to enter the campus via Spirit Lake Court on the north side of the facility and follow the signs around to the southeast corner of the campus. Please bring a photo ID.

    Individuals must have an order for testing written by a health care provider before testing can be conducted. They also must meet one of the following criteria for testing: someone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, health care worker; first responder; emergency personnel; immunocompromised person; or someone without symptoms who has been exposed within 14 days or who has been ordered to be tested by a state or local health department or physician.

    JBS Employees

    Any employee of JBS-USA who is symptomatic or believes they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 can get a free test. Please contact the health screener at the plant for more information and details on how and where to get tested.

    Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine

    Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine has indicated they are able to provide COVID-19 testing to members of the general public who have symptoms.

    People who wish to be tested must first go through a virtual screening to ensure they qualify for tests based on symptom and exposure screening questions.

    For more information, please contact Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine directly at (303) 558-0509. Because they are a private provider and not operated by the State of Colorado, neither the State, CDPHE, nor Weld County is responsible for the information about or operations of these testing sites.


    University of Northern Colorado Testing Kiosk

    A new testing site located on the east side of Bishop-Lehr on UNC's campus will be available to the UNC and greater Weld County communities starting on Saturday, Feb. 6. The site will be run by Mako Medical and will be available from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., seven days a week. The test is a nasal-swab PCR test that's free, painless and quick; it's not the nasopharyngeal test that goes deep in the nostril. 

    Individuals will need to visit Mako Medical's website to create an account in order to receive results. Additional instructions will be provided at the testing site. Individuals can expect to receive their tests results within three to four days.

    This is a drive-thru testing site for the greater Weld County community, and parking isn't available. Walk-up testing is available for those who are already on or near campus, such as UNC students who live in on-campus residential housing per UNC's screening test policies.

    The testing site is hosted by the State of Colorado, City of Greeley and UNC and will permanently replace the Curative testing kiosk that is located near Nottingham Field as well as the other Curative testing site located near the Youth Sports Complex in Greeley, both of which will close at the end of Friday, Feb. 5.

    The testing site doesn't accept insurance or collect any insurance information, is open to all residents and doesn't require any form of government ID or other identification in order to be tested. Each testing site will provide a Spanish translator and will make its best efforts to accommodate other language speakers.

    UNC's community testing webpage will be updated with new testing site information after the Curative testing kiosk closes permanently at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5. 

    Students and employees are strongly advised to be tested for COVID-19 often (at least once a month). There's a higher probability that those who are in the 18- to 24-year-old age group can be contagious with COVID-19 but not have any symptoms. It's important for students who live in congregate living situations, such as residence halls, fraternities and sororities, to get tested often. Randomized groups of students will receive an email to their Bear Mail about their assigned week to get tested at the testing site.

    If you're a campus community member who is symptomatic or you were exposed to a positive case, you should get tested at the UNC Student Health Center. Please call ahead to schedule an appointment for testing at 970-351-2412.


    Youth Sports Complex

    The City of Greeley, with the help of the Colorado Department of Health and Environment has opened a free COVID-19 drive-thru community testing site at the Youth Sports Complex in Greeley. There are no identification, insurance, or doctor's note requirements, and the tests are free. Patients must be in a car to get tested. 


    Testing Site Information:

    • When: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., 7 days a week
    • Where: Youth Sports Complex parking lot - 1850 65th AVe., Greeley, CO 80634


    Patients can pre-register online