CLCS Weekly COVID Testing
CLCS will be offering voluntary weekly testing on-site every Sunday from 9:00am-3:00pm. This testing is open to all CLCS learners, staff, and families.
FREE Weekly COVID Testing
Open to All CLCS Learners, Staff, and Families
Kindergarten Quad (enter via Brush Street)
Please sign up to reserve a space via Calendly. Drop-ins are welcome.
What to bring with you on the day of your test:
- If you have health insurance please bring the following:
- COVID-19 Patient Test Request Form
- A copy of your health insurance card
- If you do not have health insurance please bring the following:
- HRSA COVID-19 Uninsured Program Form
- A copy of your Driver License and Social Security Card
- If you have been tested with PMH in one of our previous Sunday test days and have provided us with completed forms you do not need to bring new forms. We will have copies of your forms on file.
Reservations & Scheduling:
We strongly encourage you to sign up ahead of time and reserve a time via our Calendly link but if you are unable to make it to your reserved time you are welcome to drop in anytime during the testing window. Reservations help us minimize wait times.
If you are unable to attend Sunday testing due to transportation and/or other conflicts please fill out this form.
- For questions about test results and test reports please call PMH at (562)592-2890
- Generalized questions [not relating to test results or test report] should be sent to email@example.com
- Please do not contact the Principal/Lead Facilitator, office staff or facilitators with questions about weekly testing.
PMH has been performing SARS-CoV-2 testing for organizations, schools, and private events since May 2020.
As corporations and institutions look to return to their regular functions, accurate Covid-19 testing for employees and students is essential to ensure the safety of everyone.
Our mission is excellence in laboratory medicine. Using the most advanced diagnostic testing technology the world has to offer, we provide the information you need to make the best possible treatment decisions for your patients.