COVID-19 Testing & PPE

COVID-19 Testing

Physicians if you have a staff member or patient who test positive for COVID-19, DOH EPI will guide you through the next steps.
Call EPI at 561-671-4184.

Health Care District of Palm Beach County's Testing *Updated 1/3/2022

COVID-19 Testing 

​Palm Beach County is reminding the public that both COVID-19 vaccination and testing locations are widely available for all Palm Beach County residents. This includes most commercial pharmacies, doctors’ offices and public health sites. Click here for site information.

A drive-through COVID-19 testing site will be opened at Caloosa Park, 1300 S.W. 35th Avenue, Boynton Beach, 33426. Enter the site from Congress Avenue, south of Woolbright Road. Testing will start Monday, January 3 and the hours of operation will be 9 A.M. to 5 P.M., 7 days a week until further notice. Testing is free but where available insurance or Medicare/Medicaid programs will be billed to help cover the costs of testing. ​Please bring your insurance card to the testing center.

A drive-through COVID-19 testing site will be opened south of the Wells Recreation Center, 2409 Avenue H West, near the baseball fields. Testing will start 12/30 and the hours of operation will be 9 A.M. to 5 P.M., 7 days a week until further notice. The site will be closed 12/31 & 1/1. Motorists should expect traffic delays around the Blue Heron and Avenue H West intersection.

For more info on COVID-19, visit the Palm Beach County COVID-19 website or contact the Department of Health COVID-19 Call Center, available 24/7, at 1(866) 779-6121 or email: [email protected].

Monoclonal Antibody Testing and Vaccination Sites in Palm Beach County

To make an appointment, click here

PBC Hospitals providing this treatment include:

  • Boca Raton Regional Hospital, Baptist Health South Florida
  • Bethesda East & West, Baptist Health South Florida
  • Wellington Regional Medical Center
  • Jupiter Medical Center

For more information, including a complete list of healthcare entities providing this treatment click here

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PPE Vendors

Most popular vendor supply chain:
• Owens and Minor
• Medline
• Cardinal Health
• McKesson
• Grainger/3M
• Honeywell
• Halyard
• Diversey - Oxivir

From the State Emergency Management:

“Teams across Amazon are urgently working across suppliers, to procure inventory of products such as facial shields, PPE (e.g. N95 masks), digital thermometers, ventilators, exam gloves and sanitizers. We will continue to update the product selection in COVID-19 Supplies as hospitals and government organizations come to us with new requests for products in need.”

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PPE Request

Private physician practices can request support for COVID-19 supplies from ESF8 (Emergency Operations) by completing and submitting the COVID-19 Emergency Request Form.

COVID-19 Emergency Requisition Request Guidance 

COVID-19 Emergency Requisition Request 

Expired PPE Guidance 

The below information includes guidance about expired PPE as well as guidance for using PPE during shortages.