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Cumberland County, Cumberland County Department of Health, City of Vineland Health Department, & CompleteCare Offering Drive-Thru Testing Site for Cumberland County

 

Cumberland County Suspends COVID Testing Site Due to Decreased Demand

 

COVID-19 Testing Guidelines:

  • Testing will be done by appointment only.  We will not be testing walk-in patients.
  • To get an appointment you must contact CompleteCare at CompleteCareNJ.org or call 856-451-4700 and be symptomatic
  • When telling potential testing patients to visit CompleteCareNJ.org, be sure to let them know to go to the Request an Appointment section.   Once there, they should fill out the form and click on the COVID-19 telephone screening option in the drop-down menu.
  • We are not releasing the testing center dates or times to the general public.  It is only being released to those who are registered for the testing event.
  • Once people are registered with CompleteCare, they will be contacted by Cumberland County Health Department staff to arrange a testing appointment.
  • No children (under 18) will be tested at this site.  CompleteCare is making other arrangements.
  • To get tested, patients must either be county residents or CompleteCare patients (from any county)

 

To Make an Appointment for Testing:

Please contact CompleteCare at CompleteCareNJ.org or call 856-451-4700.  You must be symptomatic.  Please see the above COVID-19 Testing Guidelines.

 

Cumberland County Suspends COVID Testing Site Due to Decreased Demand

Cumberland County, NJ (June 29, 2020) Cumberland County has suspended operation of its “drive thru” COVID-19 testing site at Rowan College of South Jersey Cumberland Campus – Vineland according to County officials. Freeholder Director Joseph Derella stated, “Due to the widespread availability of testing at multiple facilities throughout Cumberland County, the demand for testing at our drive through facility has been reduced.” Derella indicated that the County has contingency plans to establish “pop up” testing sites should the need arise. “We have the option of restarting our college site or to bring pop up testing services to underserved areas throughout the County if necessary”, stated Derella.

Beginning July 1, 2020, CompleteCare Health Network will continue to offer testing in Cumberland County. “Ensuring that everyone in the communities that we serve has access to testing is a top priority,” said Curtis Edwards, President and CEO of CompleteCare. “Our partnership with the County and local Health Departments made it possible for us to test many people when the need was the greatest and we look forward to partnering with them again in the future.”

In order to receive testing, individuals can go to CompleteCareNJ.org or call 856-451-4700 and request to be screened. All individuals will then receive a telemedicine appointment to be screened by a CompleteCare provider to ensure they meet the testing criteria. If testing is recommended, a representative will contact the individual to schedule a testing appointment and let the individual know the location address for the testing appointment. CompleteCare accepts Medicaid, Medicare as well as private insurance plans and those without insurance. Everyone who meets the criteria to be tested will be tested whether or not they have insurance. The test will be free of charge and no co-pay will be required for the screening.

Only CompleteCare Health Network patients and Cumberland County residents will be able to be tested. First responders who are residents of Cumberland County will be given priority testing.

The Cumberland County Department of Health, Vineland Health Department, and CompleteCare Health Network will work to inform all those that test positive of their results as soon as possible. Guidance for anyone testing positive continues to be the same by remaining at home under self-isolation and relieve symptoms with over-the-counter medications, as needed. If symptoms worsen, individuals should immediately contact their doctor or go to the closest hospital if necessary – being sure to call before going. If you have emergency warning signs such as trouble breathing, persistent chest pain, new confusion or inability to arouse, bluish lips or face, please get medical attention immediately – call 911 if you have a medical emergency.

In addition to CompleteCare Health Network, other available testing site facilities in Cumberland County:

Mid-Atlantic Pain Specialists
Drive Thru COVID -19 Testing Site
2466 E. Chestnut Avenue, Vineland, NJ
Hours of Operation for Testing Site: 9:00am to 12:00pm.
Mondays & Thursdays, appointments are required, please call (856) 691-2211
Testing will be free, no prescription is required. Must be symptomatic or have come in contact with someone who has tested positive.

MedExpress Urgent Care
3403 S. Delsea Drive, Vineland, NJ
301 S. Main Road, Vineland, NJ
Open 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Daily
Individuals can review the CDC -based screening criteria and call their local MedExpress center to speak with an employee who will go over next steps.

CVS Drive Thru
3629 E. Landis Avenue, Vineland, NJ
Must schedule an appointment in advance at cvs.com
Test will be available for individuals meeting CDC criteria and age guidelines.

 

Cumberland County Announces Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Site

CUMBERLAND COUNTY, NJ (March 28, 2020) - The County of Cumberland, the Cumberland County Department of Health, the City of Vineland Health Department, and CompleteCare Health Network are partnering to open a Drive-Thru COVID-19 testing site.

Only Cumberland County residents and CompleteCare Health Network patients with symptoms of coronavirus will be able to schedule an appointment to be tested.

The Cumberland County Drive-Thru testing site will schedule testing appointments in advance to ensure a better overall experience for those getting tested - less wait time - and prioritize safety for those who are staffing the testing site.

In order to receive testing, individuals can go to to CompleteCareNJ.org or call 856-451-4700 and request to be screened. All individuals will then receive an appointment to be screened over the phone by a CompleteCare provider to ensure they meet the testing criteria of being symptomatic along with one of the specific risk factors. If testing is recommended, the provider will send patient information directly to the Cumberland County Department of Health and a representative will contact the individual to schedule a testing appointment. CompleteCare accepts Medicaid, Medicare as well as private insurance plans and those without insurance. The test will be free of charge and no co-pay will be required for the screening.

Primary care providers of non-CompleteCare patients that live in Cumberland County and are in need of testing should direct their patients to call or visit CompleteCare's website to be screened and registered for testing.

The Cumberland County Department of Health, Vineland Health Department, and CompleteCare Health Network will work to ensure people are informed or their results in a timely manner. If symptoms worsen, individuals should immediately contact their doctor or go to the closest hospital if necessary - being sure to call before going.

CompleteCare is not testing patients for COVID-19 at its health centers. Please do not come to any health center locations or the health department for testing or if you think you have coronavirus.

Follow the Cumberland County Department of Health on social media for the most updated information at www.facebook.com/CCDOH or www.ccdoh.org. Information regarding the number of COVID-19 cases can be found at www.co.cumberland.nj.us.

The Cumberland County Department of Health has opened a hotline for questions and concerns at (856) 327-7090. The City of Vineland Health Department has also opened a hotline for Vineland residents and businesses at (856) 405-4603.

Find NJ State updates at covid19.nj.gov.

 

Cumberland County's COVID-19 Drive-Thru Clinic Guidance for Clinicians