Skip to main content

COVID-19

COVID-19 Testing

Augusta University Health is partnering with the Georgia Department of Public Health and LTS to provide COVID-19 Testing to the CSRA Area. Drive-thru testing will be available Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 3 PM at the Annex II, 524 15th Street, Augusta GA 30901, beginning September 1st, 2021.
Travel Testing: Call 706-721-1852 to schedule a travel test.

Visit DPH to Register for a Test

  • COVID-19

DPH COVID-19 Testing

LTS, an affiliate of the department of public health, will be providing COVID-19 testing Monday through Saturday from 9AM to 3PM, at the Annex II location at 524 15th street, Augusta GA 30901, starting September 1st. Registration can be completed at the Georgia Department of Health Website*. Results will be provided via a text message and email link to the LTS patient portal. Lab results will not be available in the AU Health VIP Patient Portal.

*Registration must be completed online via the scheduling portal, phone appointments will not be accepted.

Travel Testing: To schedule a COVID-19 test for travel, please call 706-721-1852.

DPH COVID-19 Testing

LTS, an affiliate of the department of public health, will be providing COVID-19 testing Monday through Saturday from 9AM to 3PM, at the Annex II location at 524 15th street, Augusta GA 30901, starting September 1st. Registration can be completed at the Georgia Department of Health Website*. Results will be provided via a text message and email link to the LTS patient portal. Lab results will not be available in the AU Health VIP Patient Portal.

*Registration must be completed online via the scheduling portal, phone appointments will not be accepted.

Travel Testing: To schedule a COVID-19 test for travel, please call 706-721-1852.

Should you be tested for COVID-19 if you have been exposed?

If you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, you don’t have to be tested right away. Instead, quarantine yourself for 14 days and monitor your symptoms.

What are the symptoms of COVID-19?

Symptoms reported for COVID-19 are similar to influenza and have included mild to severe respiratory illness with fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Other symptoms include body aches, nausea, diarrhea, loss of taste and smell, or even the feeling of passing out.

The department of public health is now offering COVID-19 drive-through services for COVID-19 testing. They currently offer NP Swab testing.  Register for your COVID-19 test on the Georgia Department of Health Website, starting September 1st.

*Registration must be completed via the scheduling portal, phone appointments will not be accepted.

Monday through Saturday:
9 am - 3 pm

Download Driving Directions

Annex II

Adult and pediatric patients are tested at this location.

  • Patients are welcomed and screened at front tent
  • Patient drives to the back of the Annex to verify identity via driver's license or another form of identification
  • Patient's vehicle is labeled with lab specimen labels under windshield wiper
  • Once in the garage bay, patient places their vehicle in park and turns engine off
  • Patient verifies name and DOB for a second time
  • Patient provides verbal consent
  • Swab test is performed
  • Specimen is collected and the test is completed
  • Results are available 24-72 hours via the VIP portal

 

What is a Nasal Pharyngeal (NP) Swab test?

This test will require a medical professional to swab the inside of your nose. The test will take approximately 20 seconds and does cause mild discomfort.

COVID-19 Testing Information Pediatric Surgical Patients

1447 Harper Street
Augusta, GA 30901

Tuesdays and Fridays: 9 am - Noon

As hospitalization numbers of patients with COVID-19 continue to decrease, AU Health has updated its family presence practices for patients and families in AU Medical Center and Children's Hospital of Georgia.

  • Two individuals may now be at a patient's bedside, as long as the patient does not have COVID-19 or is not severely immunocompromised.
  • All individuals must sanitize hands upon entry and continue to wear masks while inside the facility.
  • At this time, no changes are made the family presence practices at the medical practice sites. One support person may accompany a patient to clinic appointments.
Close
Close

Personalize your experience.

Select your preferences below, so we can deliver the most relevant content to you:

Close

Personalize your experience.

Select your preferences below, so we can deliver the most relevant content to you: