Get Tested​

Recent Average Processing Time

Average number of days from the time the specimen is collected to the time the processing lab returns the result to CCHS for tests taken recently at Contra Costa County sites.


With 13 locations in the county,

find the one that works for you!


How does testing work?

​Scheduling an Appointment

Call (844) 421-0804 to schedule an appointment at any site or schedule online in the links in the table below.

There is no up-front cost for testing. You do not need medical insurance to get tested, however, if you have health insurance, your insurance will be billed. 


You can get tested at a state or county site. You do not need a doctor’s note to schedule a test, but you must make an appointment at most sites. Walk-ins without prior appointments are available in Bay Point, Richmond and North Richmond. 

Free Flu Shots Available with COVID-19 Test Here:

  • Antioch

  • Bay Point 

  • Central Concord (Monument)

  • North Concord

  • Richmond

  • San Ramon

What to Expect at a Walk-Up Testing Site


Getting your Results

Results From County Testing Sites*

  • County testing sites include:

    • Antioch

    • Bay Point

    • Concord - Central (Monument)

    • Concord - North

    • Martinez

    • Pittsburg

    • North Richmond

    • Richmond

    • San Pablo

    • San Ramon

  • You will receive a secure text message from the number 925-438-6503 as soon as your result is available. Follow the prompts in the text. It is safe to click on the link and reply to the text.

  • Patients who cannot receive text messages will receive phone calls if they test positive. Otherwise, they will receive letters with their results.

  • Results are also available via MyChart. You may also use MyChart to print a copy of your results. Click here to sign in to your MyChart account. If you are having problems logging in to your MyChart account, please call 844-622-5465.

Results from State Testing Sites

  • State testing sites include:

    • Brentwood​

    • Pinole

    • Walnut Creek

  • Results can be accessed via the LHI portal.

  • At registration, patients select the ability to be notified via text or email that their results are available to view in the LHI portal.

  • If you did not opt-in for text or email, you will receive a phone call with the results.


Testing Sites

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*Testing made possible, in part, by the generous support of the:

While You're Awaiting Results​

  • Take steps to help prevent spread, including staying home, practicing physical distancing, wearing a cloth face covering, washing hands frequently, and regularly cleaning high-touch surfaces.



  • Get medical help right away if you start feeling sicker, especially if you have trouble breathing, persistent chest pain, begin to feel confused, cannot stay awake, or develop bluish lips or face.


  • Call your health provider if your symptoms do not get better in a few days. Tell them you got tested for COVID-19.  If you do not have a healthcare provider, call the Contra Costa Health Advice Nurse at 1-877-661-6230, option 1.


Why Does Testing Matter?

Widespread testing provides a more accurate picture of how many cases exist in our community and helps us understand how and where the virus is spreading. This helps us make decisions that keep us all safe.


Testing also helps identify people without symptoms who could be spreading COVID-19 so that they can stay away from loved ones, work and public places until their infectious period is over.

6 Steps for Collecting & Reporting COVID-19 Data


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