MONTICELLO – Sullivan County Public Health Services will open a COVID-19 testing site in South Fallsburg on Monday, May 4.
Public Health is collaborating with Hudson River Healthcare and partnering with the Hudson Valley Area Labor Federation to ensure bilingual advocates are available so that individuals can be linked to a healthcare provider or health insurance once they are tested.
Between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., staff from Sullivan County Public Health Services will test anyone who has completed the pre-registration process. The tests will be administered at the parking lot next to Brian Ingber Park and Landau’s supermarket, at the corner of Griff Court and Railroad Plaza Extension in South Fallsburg.
No walk-ins will be accepted, but it there is enough of a demand, another testing clinic will be scheduled.
Pre-registration is required by completing the survey at www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZWG3GQH. After completion, Public Health will contact respondents with an appointment by phone over the weekend.
Individuals must come at their given time on Monday to avoid having to stand in line and to ensure that social distancing at the site is adequate.
They will need to bring photo ID and be wearing a face covering.
Other testing locations in Sullivan County are:
- Hudson River Healthcare, call 1-844-HRH-CARE (1-888-474-2273) or text “telemed” to 21000. 19-23 Lakewood Avenue in Monticello.
- Middletown Medical, drive-through COVID-19 swabs and serology antibody testing. Call 845-342-4774. 653 Harris Road in Ferndale.
- Crystal Run Healthcare, call 845-643-3908. 1987 State Route 52, Liberty. 61 Emerald Place in Rock Hill.
- Ahava Medical, call 845-228-8052. 25 Carrier Street in Liberty.