Drive-thru COVID testing is now available in Billings at the St. Vincent parking lot at 11th Ave N. They recommend you enter the parking lot from N Broadway (seen above). Testing is available Monday - Friday from 9 am to 3 pm and 200 tests are available each day. The tests are free, but bring your insurance card if you have one.

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Photo by Michael Foth, Townsquare Media

Other options for tests.

Riverstone Health offers this PDF of other available testing sites in Billings. Some options include:

  • St John's United office (old Gainan's building at 502 N 30th St). An appointment is necessary. Cost is $25 - 100 depending on test type.
  • Yellowstone Pathology Institute, 2900 12th Ave. Suite #20W. Billed to your insurance.
  • Friedel Clinic, 3302 2nd Ave N. Antigen testing, $175
  • Pharm 406, 1410 38th St. W Suite A. Various tests are available, including at-home kits and antibody tests. Costs range from $35 - $200.
  • Riverstone Health, 123 S. 27th Street. Traveler testing, by appointment. Cost $111.
  • Benjamin Charles Steele VA Clinic, 1766 Majestic Ln. Appointment required, tests limited to certain patients.
  • Dr. Joseph Medicine Crow VA Clinic, 1775 Spring Creek Ln. Appointment required, VA patients.
  • CVS, 1311 Grand Ave. Drive-thru testing, by appointment. No cost, bring insurance and ID (if you have them).
  • Walgreens, 1330 Grand Ave. Drive-thru and at-home testing are available.
  • Albertsons Pharmacy, various locations. At-home test kits are available, two for $23.99.

While parts of the nation have seen a drop in cases, Montana is still a hotbed of COVID. Getting tested (and avoiding contact with others if you test positive) can help stop the spread. If you're sick, please stay home.

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