COVID-19 Testing Information Test Results: If you were tested at a National Guard drive-thru testing site, you will receive a call with negative test results and your local health department is notifying people with positive results. You will receive two calls and if you miss both calls they will direct you to contact your local health department or call the Wisconsin COVID-19 Results Line: 866-419-6988 If you live in the North Shore, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request your results. We will send you a consent form to fill out before we give you your results. If you do not live in the North Shore we cannot release your results. Please contact your local health department or call the Results Line. Map of testing sites in Milwaukee County: Click Here Scroll under the dashboard to see the testing information. Map of testing sites in Wisconsin: Click Here After testing and while you wait for your test results, follow these recommendations from WI DHS: Click Here The North Shore Health Department does not provide COVID-19 testing. If you are considering getting tested for COVID-19, visit the Wisconsin DHS website for more information. They have resources available to determine if you have symptoms of COVID-19 and assist you in finding a community testing site in your area. Milwaukee Area COVID-19 Testing Options: Click Here COVID-19 testing is available at multiple sites on Milwaukee’s north side: Free drive-thru and walk up testing at Custer Stadium across from Barack Obama School: Address: 4300 W. Fairmount Ave. Hours: Mon – Thurs 11am to 7pm; Fri– Sat 11am to 5pm; Sunday Closed. Testing is also available on the south side at UMOS on S. Chase Ave near Rosedale Ave during the above hours. Aurora Midtown Clinic: 5818 W. Capitol Drive, Mon-Fri 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Testing is available to anyone in the community who is experiencing at least one COVID-19 symptom. Everyone must be pre-registered and can do so by calling 1-877-819-5034 or visiting aah.org/testing. Milwaukee Health Services, Inc: 2555 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Drive and 8200 W. Silver Spring Drive. By appointment only. Call 414-372-8080. Website. Ascension Wisconsin locations: St. Joseph at 5000 W. Chambers Street; Columbia St. Mary’s Family Health Center at 1121 W. North Ave; and All Saints Family Heath Center at 2400 W. Villard Ave. Call 833-981-0711 or take the self-assessment on their website. Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin: Call 414-805-2000 or visit their website. Froedtert North Hills Health Center: W129 N7055 Northfield Dr. Menomonee Falls. Call 414-372-8080. Outreach Community Health Center: 210 W. Capitol Drive. Call 414-727-6320. Progressive Community Health Centers: 3522 W. Lisbon Ave. Call 414-882-2040. Milwaukee Community Health Centers COVID-19 Diagnostic Testing: If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms you can call one of the five Community Health Centers to determine your need for testing. Individuals without a primary care provider are encouraged to seek testing through the Community Health Centers. There are no insurance, income or immigration restrictions. You must call ahead to schedule an appointment. Outreach Community Health Center – 800-952-1086 - website Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center – 414-383-9526 Milwaukee Health Services, Inc. – 414-372-8080 Progressive Community Health Center - 414-882-2040 Sixteenth Street Community Health Center – 414-672-1353 Frequently Asked Questions As testing options expand in the Milwaukee area, it is important to note that: Testing negative on one day does not guarantee you will not get sick with COVID-19. It is possible to be exposed to someone who is sick and receive a negative test result yet still develop illness, as the incubation period can be up to 14 days. Only antibody tests will tell you if you had COVID-19 at any point in the past. If you receive testing at one of the community testing locations, this is a diagnostic test and only tells you whether or not you were positive at that time. If you are waiting for COVID-19 test results or have symptoms of COVID-19 it is strongly recommended you isolate yourself from others to minimize the risk of potential transmission. This includes staying home and avoiding contact with others within your home to the extent possible. See the above graphic from CDC for more guidance. If you test positive for COVID-19, your local health department will notify you and provide you with additional guidance on self-isolation based on these recommendations from the CDC or WI DHS.