Fetter Health Care Network announces new COVID-19 testing clinic dates for August

Fetter Health Care Network (Fetter) has announced new updates to its mobile COVID-19 testing clinic schedule in Berkeley and Charleston counties. In recognizing the need for expanded testing throughout the Lowcountry, Fetter continues its partnership with local municipalities to offer new testing events for the month of August 2020¬¬.

Fetter’s testing clinics rotate to different locations throughout the week based on the schedule below. Individuals are simply asked to arrive at their preferred testing clinic location to receive an onsite provider screening and then a COVID-19 test.

Fetter Health Care Network mobile COVID-19 testing schedule

Date Time Location Address
8/15 7am – 12pm North Charleston Performing Arts Center 5001 Coliseum Dr.
North Charleston, SC
8/11 8am – 1pm Alvin Community Center 2191 Santee River Rd.
Saint Stephen, SC
8/18 4pm – 8pm North Charleston Performing Arts Center 5001 Coliseum Dr.
Mount Pleasant, SC 29466
8/25 8am – 1pm North Charleston Performing Arts Center 5001 Coliseum Dr.
North Charleston, SC
8/27 8am – 1pm West Ashley High School 4060 West Wildcat Blvd., Charleston, SC

In an effort to streamline patient registration, all patient registration will take place as individuals arrive at the clinic. Individuals are welcome to visit FetterCovid19Screening.org to print the registration form prior to arrival. Fetter offers both walk-up and drive-up testing at its mobile clinics.

“As a community health center, our team is passionate about providing quality care to our communities regardless of their ability to pay,” said Aretha R. Jones-Powers, CEO of Fetter. “I am incredibly proud of our team members who show up each day ready to serve and care for those in need throughout the Lowcountry.”

Individuals who have a known exposure to COVID-19 or are experiencing COVID-19 related symptoms can visit FetterCovid19Screening.org for more information. Individuals are asked to employ social distancing and wear a face covering while waiting for testing.

Currently, tests are given with no out-of-pocket cost to patients. All insurance providers in South Carolina are covering the cost of COVID-19 testing. Patient insurance information will be processed in order to complete testing. No co-pays or deductibles are being charged. All patients will be served.

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