COVID-19 Tests

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For vaccine information, visit NortonHealthcare.com/COVID-Vaccine.

Schedule Your Vaccine or Testing

Vaccination appointments are available and strongly recommended for those eligible per state guidelines.

Locations

Norton Healthcare Express Services

Drive-thru testing for patients of all ages.

Appointment required.

This drive-thru service is for testing only; you will not have a visit with a provider.

2949 Breckenridge Lane

Louisville, KY 40220

Primary
Care

On-site testing for patients.

Appointment required; will include a visit with a provider.

Norton Immediate Care Centers

On-site testing for children and adults.

Reserve your spot online to wait at home or walk in; will include a visit with a provider.

Norton Prompt Care at Walgreens

On-site testing for patients ages 2 and older.

Appointment required; includes a visit with a provider.

COVID

COVID-19 Vaccines

Norton Children’s has opened COVID-19 vaccination appointments for kids ages 6 months and older.
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COVID-19 Tests

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Call (502) 861-4611, option 1

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