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Baptist Carroll County to Offer Mobile Testing for COVID-19


HUNTINGDON (April 6) — Starting on Wednesday, April 8, Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County is offering drive-up testing for coronavirus (COVID-19) at the Carroll County Office Complex (625 High Street) on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8 a.m. to noon.
Appointments are required for testing before arrival for patients who are 18 years old or older and who have symptoms, such as fever, cough, sore throat and body aches. Patients do not need to exit their vehicle or pay upfront co-pays or fees for the test. Insurance is not required for testing. However, insurance will be filed for those who are insured.

Baptist Medical Group also offers virtual office visits for patients who have mild or moderate symptoms through Baptist OneCare MyChart at mychart.baptistonecare.org. Using a smartphone, computer or tablet, patients can consult with a health care provider through on-demand video visits, scheduled video visits or e-visits.
To schedule an appointment or for information about COVID-19, call Baptist’s Coronavirus Resource Center at 866-941-4785 or visit baptistonline.org/coronavirus.
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County offers comprehensive inpatient and outpatient medical care in a wide variety of specialized areas. From pediatrics and general surgery to complete cardiac care, physical therapy and palliative care, Baptist Carroll County delivers advanced medical technology and world-class care to West Tennessee.


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