Pre-admission COVID-19 Testing

As part of the pre-admission testing process, Norton Healthcare requires patients to have a COVID-19 test. Your physician’s office will schedule an appointment. Please review the directions to Norton Healthcare Express Services, where your test will take place. 

Labor and delivery patients will be tested as they arrive at Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital or Norton Hospital.

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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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