Last Updated: October 7, 2021
- Asymptomatic patients who have an established Summit Health provider may call their provider’s office and select prompt 2 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. to schedule an appointment to be tested. There is a co-pay.
- Most Summit Health primary care offices can offer a rapid antigen test that can yield results within 20 minutes. If a PCR result is required, this will be collected in the office and sent to the lab. Results for PCR tests may take 24-72 hours.
- Asymptomatic patients who do not have an established Summit Health provider may go to one of our CityMD sites for evaluation and testing.
- Review the CDC website to see if you need to quarantine based on your specific situation.
- The CDC also offers guidance on whether or not you need to get tested.
- If you do need a test, remember that it takes time after exposure to turn positive. Getting a test within the first few days of exposure is of limited value.
- Other NJ Testing Options https://covid19.nj.gov/pages/testing#test-sites