Testing with COVID-19 Symptoms

ARC - Mount VernonPatients exhibiting new onset cough, fever, shortness of breath, diarrhea or other flu-like symptoms should visit an Acute Respiratory Clinic for COVID-19 testing.

Skagit Regional Health testing for patients experiencing symptoms is available at the Acute Respiratory Clinic in Mount Vernon, just north of Skagit Valley Hospital, and at Skagit Regional Clinics - Urgent Care Smokey Point.

If you are concerned that you may have COVID-19, visit the Acute Respiratory Clinic or Smokey Point Urgent Care for an assessment by a healthcare professional. No appointments are needed.

  • Patients seeking care at the Acute Respiratory Clinic will enter on the west side of the building off of 13th Street, just north of Skagit Valley Hospital
  • Patients seeking care at Smokey Point will be screened as they enter the main doors. Please make reception staff aware that you are concerned about COVID-19 symptoms when you check into Urgent Care.

All patients must wear face coverings at all times.

If you have a life threatening illness, injury or urgent health condition, you should seek care right away by calling 911 or visiting the nearest Emergency Room.

 

Updated: 11/17/2020