As thousands travel to Crown Heights for the Kinus Hashluchos and Chof Beis Shvat, Crown Heights Urgent Care announced expanded covid testing, and a special testing site for shluchos.
Message from Crown Heights Urgent Care:
Dear Crown Heights 22 Shevat Guest and Shluchos,
In order to best serve our honored shluchos guests coming in for Chof Beis Shevat please note the following. Based on our latest discussions with our laboratory partners, PCR tests are averaging 36-48 hr turnaround time, so please don’t wait till the last minute to get your tests for flights. Our rapid antigen continues to be available with 15 minute turnaround time.
- Crown Heights Urgent Care (555 Lefferts Avenue) is open all our regular hours with an on-duty provider and starter meds on site. Covid testing stops one hour before closing. For more info or for help receiving lab results email: [email protected]
- Our special Shluchos testing site at 1457 Union st (Corner of Union and Kingston) will be open the following dates and hours. Friday Yud Tes 10:30 AM – 1 PM. Motzi Shabbos Chof 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM. Sunday Chof Aleph 11 am – 3 pm /8 PM – 9:30 PM.
Monday Chof Beis 10 AM – 1 PM. For more info or for help receiving lab results WhatsApp 1-347-586-4693 https://wa.me/message/MH5UNV4TYGW3D1 or E: [email protected]
To expedite the Testing process we recommend you pre register for the test though this link: https://forms.gle/ZBpPJ4DPrxMMSBhKA
- On Monday (Chof Beis) and Tuesday (Chof Gimmel) we will have late night covid testing at Crown Heights Urgent Care (555 Lefferts Avenue) from 10 pm till 11 pm.
- Our at-home covid testing division has many available options. There is a fee for this service, but it’s truly a VIP experience. To book a visit, please visit www.kaminhealth.com/homevisit.
When choosing where we expand within the greater Crown Heights area, we always coordinate with the wonderful doctors and medical organizations of the shchuna. We are not involved in any vans or other Kingston avenue testing options; every location that is under our management is listed above.
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