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Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines. We are now administering Pfizer booster vaccines to the public.

Stamford Health offers three options for COVID-19 (nasal swab) testing, plus the antibody test at our draw stations.

At Stamford Health, it's our goal to make COVID-19 testing accessible to the communities we serve. We're committed to your health, safety and wellbeing as we work together to stop the spread of the pandemic. Please note that in all Stamford Health facilities, we require the use of masks or facial coverings. We also require you to adhere to social distancing guidelines as determined by each facility. We appreciate your cooperation.

You may also be wondering about the cost of COVID-19 testing. The cost of testing depends on your insurance plan. Copays will be highest at the Emergency Department and Stamford Health’s Immediate Care Center and lowest at the PATH testing sites. Please contact your insurance for specific information.

Also, please note that if you visit the Emergency Department or the Immediate Care Center for COVID-19 testing, you will be required to see a doctor and can expect to receive a bill. 

PATH Testing Site

PATH Testing Site

(Prescribed Alternative Testing Hub)

Make an appointment in three easy steps for a drive-up nasal swab test at our PATH locations.

  1. Get a prescription from your doctor first. If you don’t have a doctor, call 1.877.233.WELL for a referral to someone who can write you a prescription.
  2. Ask your doctor to fax the prescription to the testing facility at 203.276.7313.
  3. Once your doctor has ordered the test, call 203.276.3300 to schedule it.

Test results will be sent to your doctor.

Wheeler Entrance at Stamford Health

PATH Testing Site Stamford Hospital - The Wheeler Building

1 Hospital Plaza
Stamford, CT 06902

  • Monday – 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Tuesday – 6 a.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Wednesday – 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Thursday – 6 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Friday – 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Saturday – 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Closed for lunch from 12 noon to 12:45 p.m.  
  • Sunday – Closed

Schedule an Appointment 203.276.3300


Antibody Testing

Antibody testing is not used to diagnose COVID-19. It is a blood test to determine if you’ve been exposed to the virus in the past. It also determines the body’s natural immune response to the virus. A physician may request a COVID Antibody test, also called a COVID IgG and IgM test, under two different scenarios:

  • If your physician is ordering a COVID Antibody test to determine previous exposure to COVID virus:
    1. Get a prescription from your doctor first. If you don’t have a doctor, call 1.877.233.WELL for a referral to someone who can write you a prescription.
    2. Go to any Stamford Health Blood Draw Station for your test.
  • If your physician is ordering a COVID Antibody test because you are currently COVID Positive and need to be screened prior to being scheduled for Monoclonal Antibody infusion treatment:
    1. Discuss your options with your doctor. If your doctor decides that you are a candidate for Monoclonal Antibody infusion treatment, your doctor will write a prescription for the test.
    2. Go to the Stamford Health PATH COVID Collection Center located at the main hospital campus at 1 Hospital Plaza, Wheeler Building, which is open Monday-Saturday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
      NOTE: It is preferable to make an appointment prior to your arrival by calling the scheduling center at 203-276-3300. Scheduling center representatives are available to schedule appointments Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. If your doctor requests that your are tested immediately, walk-ins will be accommodated on an as-needed basis.
    1. Do not go to a public draw station if you are actively COVID Positive.
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What is an antibody test and where can I get it? (prescription required)

If you want to make sure you have developed antibodies, we are offering an antibody test, no appointment needed. You do need a doctor’s order. See our antibody testing sites below:

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