Do you provide testing for COVID-19?
Yes, TDC provides PCR Nasal COVID-19 testing at our Ridgetop East Urgent Care location. Our hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 7:00 pm and Saturday and Sunday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The Urgent Care is a walk-in clinic, therefore no appointments are made for this testing. If you plan to present to Urgent Care at the end of the day, we recommend calling to verify if we are taking patients. This is due to long wait times which does require us to stop registering new patients for check in prior to closing time.
Do you provide rapid COVID testing?
No, TDC Urgent Care provides the PCR Nasal COVID-19 test only.
Are you doing travel testing?
There is currently a HOLD on all recreational testing (including travel), due to limited staffing. Additional resources for this testing can be found in the Kitsap Public Health Department link below.
How long do results take?
TDC Urgent Care collects the swab and sends it to the lab for processing. Typical turn-around time for results is 2 – 3 days. We cannot make any guarantees regarding when results will be available.
Other resources are available to find and schedule vaccine appointments please check the following websites to search for vaccinations:
Are you providing vaccinations?
Vaccinations for our patients are available at Ridgetop West and Poulsbo. Many primary care physicians are providing vaccinations to their own patients. Please check with your primary care physician to see if vaccinations are available.
Your Safety is our number one concern
Franciscan Medical Group and The Doctors Clinic will only administer vaccines recommended by the FDA as safe and effective.
Stay vigilant to stop the spread of COVID-19
Now and after you receive the COVID-19 vaccine, it is extremely important that you continue to follow CDC guidelines. Getting a vaccine and continuing to take preventative measures such as washing your hands regularly, wearing a face covering in public and following physical distancing guidelines and government quarantine directives in your area, will help stop the spread of COVID-19.
**We will continue to update this page frequently as more information becomes available. Please visit the Washington Department of Health’s COVID-19 Vaccine website for more information, COVIDVaccineWA.org and through the Kitsap Public Health District.