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COVID Testing Locations

Jan 13, 2023 | Covid-19, News & Notes, News Box

Due to low testing volumes, JangoDX no longer provides drive-through COVID testing at the Stoughton Health Community Health and Wellness Center (corner of Hwy 51 & County Road B). Stoughton Health has been happy to partner with JangoDX and provide the location as a community benefit.

Below is a list of current testing locations:

Forward Pharmacy
4880 Larson Beach Rd, McFarland
(608) 838-7455
Free COVID testing
RAPID (“antigen”) test with results in 15 minutes.
If the rapid test gives a negative result, but you have symptoms of COVID, we will provide a laboratory PCR test to confirm the results.
To schedule your appointment please go to: https://mcfarland.forwardpharmacywi.com/product/covid-test-mcfarland-location/

Hometown Pharmacy
815 N Main St, Oregon
(608) 835-3191
Drive-thru PCR Testing:
Schedule an Appointment:
Call (608) 835-3191
Pre-register at: https://covidconnect2.wi.gov/#/login

Medicine Shoppe
5700 US Hwy 51, McFarland
(608) 838-5700
No appointment is necessary but you must pre-register at: https://register.covidconnect.wi.gov/en-US/

Walgreens
1705 US Highway 51, Stoughton
(608) 873-7612
4605 Larson Beach Rd, McFarland
(608) 838-6829
704 N Main St, Oregon
(608) 835-6771
Walgreens offers drive through testing for ages 3+.
All three locations offers PCR testing and Rapid NAAT.
To schedule your appointment please go to: https://www.walgreens.com/findcare/covid19/testing

Other Testing Options
FREE At-Home Test Kits
Order at: https://www.sayyescovidhometest.org/
or https://www.covid.gov/tests

Purchase at-home tests in stores, pharmacies, and online – insurance companies, Medicaid (BadgerCare), and Medicare are required to reimburse up to eight tests per month, per member. Learn more from your insurance provider.
Your Healthcare Provider. If you have severe symptoms, contact your healthcare provider. Do not use healthcare providers for routine testing including asymptomatic screening, return-to-school or return-to-work testing, or testing for travel; instead, use one of the options listed above.