CHAS Health remains committed to serving our community by providing access to COVID testing. Due to increased volumes and fixed capacity, we are only able to offer testing to individuals with symptoms or exposure.

General Testing Criteria

COVID send-in testing takes 1-3 days for results, and is available to community members who meet the following criteria:

  • Have COVID symptoms; or
  • Do not have COVID symptoms but have had  direct COVID exposure; or
  • Are nursing home employees

Those exposed and without symptoms may be tested 5-7 days after exposure, but not earlier. It is important to quarantine for 10 – 14 days after exposure regardless of the test result, as COVID may take up to 14 days from exposure to cause infection.

Rapid Testing Criteria

Rapid tests are restricted to high-need patients only, as deemed appropriate by a provider. People who think they need a rapid test must schedule an appointment with a CHAS Health provider. During the appointment, the provider will order the test that is most medically appropriate for that patient.


Please bring your insurance card with you for testing. Insurance information will be collected even though patients receiving tests will not receive a bill. Insurance will be billed, but patients will not have to pay a copay for COVID-related testing. For those patients without insurance, CHAS Health will not bill.

Testing Locations & Hours

Spokane Urgent Care – North
5901 N. Lidgerwood Street Suite 126 Spokane, WA 99208
Monday – Sunday: With Provider Appointment

Spokane Urgent Care – Valley
1502 N. Vercler Rd Spokane, WA 99216
Monday – Sunday: With Provider Appointment

North County Clinic
401 S Main St, Deer Park, WA 99006
Monday – Friday: 9am – 3pm

Lewis & Clark Health Center
1203 Idaho St, Lewiston, ID 83501
Monday – Friday: 9am – 3pm

Latah Community Health
803 S Main St, Suite 120, Moscow, ID 83843
Monday – Friday: 9am – 3pm

If you still have concerns for your health-related to COVID-19, please call us: 509.444.8200 or 208.848.8300.