Where can I get tested for COVID-19?

June 26, 2020 (updated January 6, 2022)

Please do not send students and employees to the UMB COVID-19 Hotline solely for information or assistance with testing.

  • Please call your medical provider.
  • Students and employees should call UMaryland Immediate Care at 667-214-1899 to schedule asymptomatic COVID-19 testing or visit this link. The clinic also offers flu shots. Sessions are first-come, first-served. New dates continue to be added.
  • Students and employees in the Baltimore area can schedule a COVID-19 test at State Center, 300 N. Preston St. Make an appointment here. Walk-up testing is also available.
  • The Baltimore City Health Department also lists a weekly schedule of vaccination and testing sites here.
  • Students and employees living outside of Maryland should visit their state health department’s website for information on COVID-19 testing available in their state. A link to each state’s health department can be found here.
  • The Maryland Department of Health updates its list and map of COVID-19 test sites each Monday.

State Center is accessible by the Baltimore SubwayLink on campus by entering the Lexington Market station and taking a train one stop to State Center.

Maryland Hospital Testing Sites

All locations are available for walk-up testings with no appointment necessary.

Testing sites at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis and UM Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air  are now operational.

By Jan. 15, 2022, testing sites will be fully operational outside of the following hospitals:
Baltimore Region
Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore)
Northwest Hospital (Randallstown)
St. Agnes Hospital (Baltimore)
University of Maryland Medical Center (Baltimore)
Washington, D.C. Region
Doctors Community Hospital (Lanham)
MedStar St. Mary's Hospital (Leonardtown)
UM Capital Region Medical Center (Largo)
UM Charles Regional Medical Center (La Plata)
UM Laurel Medical Center (Laurel)
Western Maryland
Frederick Health (Frederick)
Meritus Health (Hagerstown)