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Need a COVID-19 Test?

At Harbin Clinic, we are dedicated to providing complete care and evaluating each patient to determine the best testing and treatment plan based on symptoms presented during an appointment.

  • Asymptomatic Patients Requesting Covid Screening Test: (includes post exposure screening requested by employers or schools):  Patients may certainly request an appointment for evaluation in consideration of testing; however, due to a nationwide shortage in testing supplies we are unable to guarantee the availability of screening tests. Asymptomatic patients seeking screening tests may wish to consider community mass vaccination or other testing sites. If you are looking for a rapid testing location, the Georgia Department of Public Health offers free testing at a number of locations. The Georgia DPH has drive-up testing locations in Floyd, Bartow and Catoosa counties. You can find the one closest to you here: Georgia DPH Testing Locator.
  • Symptomatic Patients Requiring Evaluation and Treatment: Patients may request telemedicine or in person appointments with their primary care physician or immediate care.  

To schedule an appointment, please find your doctor or contact your Immediate Care office.  

Georgia DPH Northwest Georgia free COVID-19 drive-up test sites, days/hours of operation, and online registration links are:

Floyd County

Daily, Monday through Saturday 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. 

Sunday 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. 

Coosa Valley Fairgrounds

1400 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd SE
Rome, GA 30161

Register online:   

Bartow County

Tuesdays and Thursdays weekly

10 am to 7 PM

LakePointe Sports Complex

261 Stars Way

Emerson, GA 30121

Register online:

Catoosa County

Mondays and Wednesdays weekly

10 AM to 7 PM 

The Colonnade

264 Catoosa Circle

Ringgold, GA 30736

Register online:

The Georgia Department of Public Health has contracted with LTS Health to operate the Floyd County test site and another private contractor, MAKO Medical, to operate the sites in Bartow and Catoosa. 

The only requirements for free testing at these sites are having a Georgia address and registering online at for the Floyd County test site and at for the test sites in Bartow and Catoosa. Both registrations links are available in Spanish and English. 

The PCR testing is done by nasal swab to determine the presence of the virus that causes COVID-19. Anyone who has COVID-19 type symptoms or has been in close contact recently with a person infected with the virus should be tested for COVID-19 within three to five days even if they are fully vaccinated. 

Published August 25, 2021

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