COVID-19 Call Center: Mon - Fri 9AM-5PM - Call (301) 609-6717. Saturday & Sunday from 10Am to 3PM Call (301) 609-6717 Only
A Healthy Charles County
Drive-Through (VEIP) Testing Information
Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program (VEIP) - 28 Henry Ford Cir #2787, Waldorf, MD 20602 Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Schedule an appointment online at coronavirus.maryland.gov . Appoints are required. No doctor’s order needed.
Follow steps below to schedule appointment.
Step 1- Go to coronavirus.maryland.gov
Step 2- Click the "Testing" tab
Step 3- Click the "Getting a COVID-19 Test" tab
Step 4- Schedule an appointment at the Waldorf VEIP testing site using the yellow box
Testing Sites in Charles County
All testing sites below offer testing by appointment only
- CVS 3061 Technology Pl, Waldorf MD 20601 https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/covid-19-testing
- CVS 3855 Leonardtown Rd, Waldorf MD 20601 https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/covid-19-testing
- CVS 4200 Altamont Pl, White Plains MD 20695 https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/covid-19-testing
- CVS 11906 Livingston Rd, Fort Washington MD 20744 https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/covid-19-testing
- MedStar Waldorf Urgent Care 3064 Waldorf Market Pl., Waldorf, MD 20603 301-932-5960
- MedStar Charlotte Hall Urgent Care 37767 Market Dr., Charlotte Hall, MD 20622 301-290-1499
- MedStar Health (Brandywine Tent) 13950 Brandywine Rd., Leonardtown Md 20613 Leonardtown https://www.medstarhealth.org/MedStar-Health-eVisit/
- Patient First - Waldorf 2855 Crain Hwy., Waldorf, MD 20601 240-427-1926
- Righttime Medical Care 3350 Crain Highway, Waldorf MD 20603 https://www.myrighttime.com/online-appointments
- Righttime Medical Care 500 Charles St, La Plata MD 20646 https://www.myrighttime.com/online-appointments
Additional Resources for Health Insurance
- Health Partners Inc. (301) 645-3556
- Greater Baden Medical Services (301) 888-2233
Coronavirus Rumor Control
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1 in 3 adults has prediabetes. See if you are at risk by taking the prediabetes risk test.Take the Risk Test
Talk to your HealthCare Provider
Did your risk test show that you could have prediabetes? Talk to your healthcare provider about your results. He or she may want to have you come in for a visit.Read More and talk to your Doctor
Contact the Charles County Department of Health
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