Testing Sites

Last updated on 1/24/2022

Tests are in short supply right now. You may not be able to get one for several days. If you are sick but can't get a test, assume you have COVID-19 and follow the CDC isolation guidelines. If you are not sick but have been exposed, try to test on day five after your exposure.

Types of Tests

The two most common COVID-19 tests are the PCR and the rapid antigen test.  

  • PCR — This is the more sensitive test and must be sent to a lab so results take longer, usually at least 1-3 days. This test is appropriate for people with or without symptoms. If you don’t have symptoms, try to test on day five after exposure. The PCR test detects genetic material from the virus.
  • Rapid antigen — This test is quicker, with results usually available in about 30 minutes. It is most effective for people who have symptoms, but can also be used by people without symptoms if a PCR test is unavailable. The test is screening for proteins produced by the virus, so it’s most reliable when you are showing symptoms.

At-Home Test Kits 

FREE tests from federal government: Every U.S. household can now order four FREE at-home tests from COVIDtests.gov. The test kits will ship in 7-12 days. Order in advance so you will have when you need them. 

Buy a test and get reimbursed by insurance: At-home test kits are also available at some retail locations and online. You get two tests for about $25. After January 15, insurance companies are required to reimburse you for up to eight tests a month. Check with your insurer to see if they have an agreement with retailers. Until then, keep your receipts as you may need to send these in to get reimbursed. 

We do not have a supply of at-home tests to hand out to the general public. We are awaiting tests from Oregon Health Authority and will distribute these tests through community-based organizations to people who live or work in settings that put them at higher risk of contracting COVID-19, and those who historically have had difficulty accessing testing. 

You do not need to report your positive at-home test to Washington County. The Oregon Health Authority has launched a webpage for people who want to voluntarily report their positive test. You can also get more information on how to isolate and keep those around you safe while you recover.

Where to Get Tested


American Family Care

  • Curbside COVID-19 testing: 14278 SW Allen Blvd., Beaverton, OR 97005 
  • Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Weekends, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. 
  • Insured: Office visit and testing may be fully covered depending on insurance.
  • No insurance: PCR is $179. Antibody and Rapid Antigen Testing is $139. Rapid Abbott Testing is $199.  
  • Call 503-305-6262 or schedule a visit at AFC's website.


Beaverton Resource Center

  • Located in parking lot, 13500 SW Walker Road, Beaverton, 97005
  • Monday-Friday, 12-7 p.m.
  • FREE with or without insurance, bring insurance card if you have it.
  • Appointments are required. Register here.
  • PCR testing with results in 48-72 hours

Find other Curative testing locations, including one in Tigard, on their website.


Fred Meyer - Antibody Test Only

  • For people who believe they may have been previously infected with COVID-19 and are not currently experiencing symptoms
  • Non-invasive finger prick test
  • Results within 15 minutes
  • Cost: $25 regardless of insurance status
  • Fred Meyer website


Kaiser Permanente

  • Testing at hospital and urgent care locations, normal hours of operation.
  • For Kaiser members and health care providers only.
  • Kaiser is prioritizing testing for symptomatic and high-risk patients.
  • Kaiser website


Langer's Entertainment Center

  • Testing by appointment only. Sign up online.
  • FREE PCR testing with results expected (not guaranteed) in 48-72 hours.
  • 21650 SW Langer Farms Parkway in Sherwood.


Legacy GoHealth

  • Available at all centers: Rapid COVID-19 tests; results in 15 minutes. Antibody testing; results in 2-3 days.  
  • Patients with symptoms can schedule a virtual visit or in-clinic online at most locations, with the exception of asymptomatic testing centers indicated on the website. 
  • Insured: Many insurance plans accepted.
  • No insurance: Virtual visits cost $99 plus $75 for the rapid test.
  • Legacy GoHealth website


Neighborhood Health Center

  • Hillsboro Clinic Location: 266 W Main St. Hillsboro, OR
  • Drive-up COVID-19 testing by appointment only: 503-941-3016
  • FREE regardless of insurance status.
  • PCR testing with results available within 2-3 days. 
  • Neighborhood Health Center website



  • OHSU offers testing by appointment at several locations in the Portland metro area, including the OHSU Health Immediate Care Clinics in Beaverton, Forest Grove and South Hillsboro and a drive-through site on the OHSU campus.  
  • This testing is FREE.
  • Options for both established patients and those with different or no insurance. 
  • More information on OHSU COVID information page


Portland Expo Center

  • Drive-thru testing
  • Testing is FREE
  • 7 days a week, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. 
  • 2060 N Marine Drive, Portland, OR 97217
  • No appointment required



  • Multiple locations. Different testing options are available based on your symptoms. 
  • Doctor referral/appointment only for Providence affiliated patients. Call 971-326-8718 to schedule.
  • PCR testing with results available within two to three days. 
  • Will bill insurance or financial assistance available for those who are uninsured
  • Providence website.


Rite Aid Pharmacy in Beaverton 

  • 12575 SW Walker Rd. Beaverton, OR  (drive-through testing, self-administered with pharmacist guidance) 
  • Hours: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m., weekends, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., 
  • Patients must create an account online, take an online screening, meet testing criteria, and then be given an appointment.
  • FREE.
  • Test results expected within 2-5 days
  • Rite Aid website.


Tuality Physicians

  • 900 SE Oak St., #202, Hillsboro, OR 97123
  • Hours: M-F, 10 a.m to 3 p.m. 
  • Offering rapid antigen COVID-19 testing, evaluation and treatment FREE for uninsured patients; no-cost screening and care to patients with nearly all insurance plans. 
  • Monoclonal antibody treatment available for those who qualify
  • Same and next day appts available: Tuality Physicians website


Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Centers

  • Currently only offering testing to established patients and to those who work as migrant or seasonal farmworkers. Multiple locations.
  • Appointments are required.
  • A telehealth visit is required prior to a COVID-19 test.
  • Virginia Garcia website.





  • All patients must be screened before going for a test.
  • Results are usually available within 3-5 days. 
  • Insurance: Some plans cover it. Please check with your insurance company ahead of time.
  • Uninsured/not covered: Lab fee is $100 plus cost of virtual visit. 
  • ZoomCare website.


In addition to the information provided on this page, you can use OHA's COVID-19 test site locator (Spanish site) to find testing sites in your community.

Oregon Health Plan insurance coverage regarding COVID-19 testing