Testing Sites

Insurance

Don't have health insurance? Find out if you qualify for Oregon Health Plan→

You can apply for Oregon Health Plan online→.

If you need help, please contact the Language Access Services program coordinator one of these ways:

  • Web: www.oregon.gov/OHA/OEI

  • Email: Languageaccess.info@state.or.us

  • Phone: 1-844-882-7889, 711 TTY

  • Access Services in additional languages→

Contact your local clinic for assistance with signing up

Community Health Center of Clatskanie

401 Bel Air Dr, Clatskanie, OR 97016

Phone: 503-728-5088

Call to schedule an appt or stop by the office

Columbia Community Mental Health

58646 McNulty Way, St Helens, OR 97051

Phone:503-397-5211

Call to schedule appt

Clinic Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

Columbia Health Services

2370 Gable Rd, St Helens, OR 97051

Phone: 503-397-4651 x 2005

Mon-Thurs, by appointment only

OHSU Family Medicine at Scappoose 

Crossroads Plaza, 51377 SW Old Portland Rd Unit C, Scappoose, OR 97056

Phone: 503-418-4222

By appointment only

Testing Criteria 

OHA recommends that any person with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 be tested for COVID-19. If resources are limited, the following groups should be prioritized. Severity of symptoms, testing availability and health care system capacity should also be considered.

  • Healthcare workers and first responders (EMS, public safety workers)

  • Residents, staff, children, and others in congregate settings (e.g., residential care facilities, group homes, schools, agricultural workplaces, food processing plants, jails or prisons, shelters)

  • Workers who provide direct care or services in multiple group facilities or who provide in-home services (e.g., hospice care workers, physical or occupational therapists, in-home personal care workers)

  • Essential front-line service workers who have regular contact with large numbers of people (e.g., those working in grocery, pharmacy, transit, delivery, and other critical infrastructure services)

  • People 65 years of age or older

  • People with underlying medical conditions, including, but not limited to hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, lung disease, obesity, and immunocompromising conditions

  • People who identify as Black, African American, Latinx, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian, Asian American or Pacific Islander

  • People who identify as having a disability

  • People whose first language is not English

  • Pregnant women

  • People whose condition requires hospitalization

  • People who, within 14 days of their symptom, onset had close contact with a confirmed or presumptive COVID-19 case 

OHA recommends that testing of people without symptoms consistent with COVID-19 be limited to the following groups:

  • Close contacts of confirmed or presumptive COVID-19 cases

  • People exposed to COVID-19 in a congregate setting (e.g., residential care facilities, group homes, schools, agricultural workplaces, food processing plants, jails or prisons, shelters)

  • Migrant/seasonal agricultural workers upon arrival in Oregon

  • People who identify as Black, African-American, Latino, Latina, Latinx, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian, Asian-American or Pacific Islander

  • People who identify as having a disability

  • People whose first language is not English

Oregon Health Authority Testing Site Locator:

English→

Spanish→

After Testing Guide

Multnomah, Clackamas, Columbia and Washington County worked together to put together a comprehensive guide to help people who have been tested for COVID-19.

The document includes information on isolation and quarantine, what you can and can't do, how to tell close contacts you tested positive, telling your employer, ways to manage respiratory symptoms at home, how to stop the spread of germs, using a face covering properly and more.

Handbook: After Testing Guide→

Clinics

All clinics request that you call ahead. 

OHSU

OHSU’s updated COVID-19 testing guidelines are based on Oregon Health Authority and CDC recommendations. Please check OHSU's website→ for updates.

Scappoose

  • Scappoose Clinic: Crossroads Plaza, 51377 SW Old Portland Rd Unit C, Scappoose, OR 97056
  • Monday-Saturday by appointment 
  • OHP and other insurance- call to verify
  • (503) 418-4222 
  • Website→

Portland Expo Center - This location will be closing September 26th, 2020 and moving to Convention Center. See Convention Center information below.

  • 2060 N. Marine Dr., Portland, OR 97217
  • Drive Up Testing Hours: Monday - Saturday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., but often need to shut down early to accommodate those already in line.
  • Open and free to general public. Lines may be long, so please be prepared to wait for three hours or more. Anyone who wants to be tested is encouraged to reach out to their own provider and stay within their health system if possible, due to capacity issues.
  • OHSU follows state testing guidelines which does not include tests required prior to medical procedures. Please contact testing sites within your healthcare system to find testing. 
  • OHSU will charge insurance if a patient has it.
  • People without signs or symptoms can be tested if they meet specific requirements.
  • More details on OHSU's flier

Oregon Convention Center - This location will be open starting September 28th, 2020

  • 777 N.E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Portland, OR 97232
  • Monday: 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Friday: 7:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
  • Open and free to general public. Lines may be long, so please be prepared to wait for three hours or more. Anyone who wants to be tested is encouraged to reach out to their own provider and stay within their health system if possible, due to capacity issues.
  • OHSU follows state testing guidelines which does not include tests required prior to medical procedures. Please contact testing sites within your healthcare system to find testing. 
  • OHSU will charge insurance if a patient has it.
  • People without signs or symptoms can be tested if they meet specific requirements.
  • More details on OHSU's flier

Hillsboro Stadium

  • 4450 NE Century Blvd, Hillsboro, OR 97124
  • Drive Up Testing Hours: Monday: 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Friday: 7:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
  • Open and free to general public. Lines may be long, so please be prepared to wait for three hours or more. Anyone who wants to be tested is encouraged to reach out to their own provider and stay within their health system if possible, due to capacity issues.
  • OHSU drive up sites follows state testing guidelines which does not include tests required prior to medical procedures. Please contact testing sites within your healthcare system to find those locations.
  • OHSU will charge insurance if a patient has it.
  • People without signs or symptoms can be tested if they meet specific requirements.
  • More details on OHSU's flier.

Columbia Health Services

Rainier and Sacagawea are following OHA and CDC protocol for prioritizing testing with our limited supply.

  • Sacagawea Health Center:1060 Eisenschmidt lane in St. Helens, 503-366-7645
  • Rainier Health Center: 28168 Old Rainier Rd. In Rainier, 503-556-2178
  • Monday-Friday by appointment 
  • OHP and other insurance- call to verify
  • (503) 397-4651 
  • Website→

Legacy Urgent Care-St Helens 

Community Health Center-Clatskanie

  • 401 Bel Air Dr, Clatskanie, OR 97016
  • OHP and other insurance- call to verify
  • (503) 728-5088 
  • Website→

Adventist Health-Vernonia

  • 1005 Cougar St, Vernonia, OR 97064
  • OHP and other insurance- call to verify
  • (503) 429-1953 
  • Website→

Kaiser Permanente 

PeaceHealth St. John Medical Center

  • 1615 Delaware St, Longview, WA 98632
  • Tests limited to certain patients, referral for test required, appointment for test NOT required
  • (360) 414-2000
  • Website→

Public Health Quick Links
230 Strand St.
Columbia County Courthouse Annex
St. Helens,
OR
97051
Fax: 888-204-8568

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5:00
Administrator
Michael Paul