COVID-19 Symptoms & Testing

Where You Can Go for Testing

If you have symptoms of Coronavirus, or have questions about symptoms you may be experiencing, follow the steps below to help protect other people in your home and community.

Call Ahead Before Visiting Your Doctor

If you are short of breath or have chest pain, you need to call your health care provider immediately, or call 911.
If you call your health care provider, please avoid going to the clinic, or other places you could expose others to the virus. Tell them if you are experiencing symptoms or are unsure if you should be tested.

"Drive-thru" Testing

Testing is currently available from:

  • Colville
    • Providence Mount Carmel Hospital: 
      • Monday - Friday, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
      • Saturday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
      • Health care providers will only screen two people per vehicle.
  • Newport
    • Newport Hospital and Health Services: 509-447-3139
  • Republic
    • Ferry County Health: 509-775-3153
      • 36 Klondike Road
        Republic, WA 99166

More Testing Availability

Testing is also available at:

  • Chewelah - Providence Northeast Washington Medical Group - 509-935-8111
  • Colville - Heartland Medicine Colville Clinic: 509-684-7925
  • Colville - Providence Northeast Washington Medical Group - 509-684-3701
  • Inchelium - Lake Roosevelt Community Health Center (LRCHC): Please call ahead at 509-722-7006 and you will be accessed and given further instruction.
  • Keller - San Poil Valley Health Center: Please call ahead at 509-634-7300, and you will be given further information.
  • Northeast Washington Health Programs: Please call 509-935-8424 for more information.
    • Colville (Point of Care Testing available)
    • Chewelah
    • Ione
    • Lake Spokane (Point of Care Testing available)
    • Nine Mile Falls
    • Northport
    • Springdale
  • Republic - Ferry County Health: 509-775-3153, after hours testings call 509-775-3333, option 1.
  • Usk - Camas Center Medical and Dental: Pleas call ahead at 509-447-7111 and you will be given further information.

Other private providers and health clinics may also be testing - call ahead and find out if this is available and get instructions from the provider.

Additional Resources 

At Home Test Kits

Everlywell at home test kits are available from Northeast Tri County Health District. 

To obtain an Everlywell at home test kit from NETCHD:

  • You must be 16 years of age or older.
  • Unable to locate testing through a local medical facility or provider. 
  • Presenting symptoms common to COVID-19.
  • Have an active email account. One account per test. 
  • Agree to isolation until results are received and complete isolation requirements if test is positive.

Due to limited supply available, you may be directed to area clinics where testing is available.

  • Test kits available are limited to one test per person.
  • Test kits will NOT be provided for travel or required testing for employer.  

How to request an Everlywell at home test kits from NETCHD