Governor Hochul Announces 6 New State Testing Sites Across New York Amid Recent Surge in COVID-19 Cases

Sites Open on Tuesday, January 4 – Appointments can be Made Here

Builds on Governor’s Announcement on Wednesday of 13 New Covid-19 Testing Sites Open Across the State Here

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced 6 new State testing sites to address the recent surge in COVID-19 cases. These sites are aimed providing additional testing options in areas of high need throughout the Capital, Central New York, Finger Lakes, Hudson Valley and Western New York regions.

“We want to start the New Year strong and use every tool at our disposal,” Governor Hochul said. “By mobilizing testing sites throughout the state, we will make sure testing is more accessible and convenient for New Yorkers. We will continue to expand testing availability to every corner of the state, evaluating where more capacity and additional sites are needed soon. I encourage every New Yorker to take advantage of a site near them.”

Sites are currently being mobilized with all locations slated to open on January 4, 2022. Upon launch, all sites will offer rapid antigen tests. New Yorkers are strongly encouraged to make appointments here. Test results are sent following the appointment through email or text message. Walk-in appointments will also be available.

WellHealth CEO & Medical Director Dr. Abdul-Ahad Hayee, MD, one of the founding partners of Well Health said, “It is our mission to help as many people as possible find easy, accessible COVID-19 testing sites and deliver quick, accurate results. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we are proud to work with New York State and the Department of Health on this partnership to bring six new test sites to New York communities in different locations throughout the state, as we’ve successfully done with so many other states already. We thank Governor Hochul for her leadership in ensuring New Yorkers’ have even more access to testing – helping communities stay safe and stay open.”

Please note that on January 4, 2022, operating hours will be 12 p.m. – 6 p.m. for all sites with the exception of the Capital Region site that will be open until 7 p.m. After January 4, sites will be open during regular hours. A list of the new testing sites by region and operating hours is below:

Capital Region

Crossgates Mall (Former Ruby Tuesday location)
1 Crossgates Mall Road
Albany, NY 12203

Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Central New York

CNY Regional Market F Shed
2100 Park Street
Syracuse, NY 13208

Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Finger Lakes

YMCA Carlson MetroCenter
444 E Main Street
Rochester, NY 14604

Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Hudson Valley

Grace Baptist Church
52 S 6th Avenue
Mount Vernon, NY 10550

Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Patriot Hills Golf Club
19 Club House Lane
Stony Point, NY 10980

Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Western New York

Northwest Buffalo Community Center
155 Lawn Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14207

Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Additional sites throughout the state are being planned as well, and information regarding these sites will be announced soon. New Yorkers can find sites near them here.

WellHealth offers ‘Turnkey Covid Care’ with rapidly deployable and completely hands-off experience complying with testing needs, Covid case management, and treatment. WellHealth continuously drives new testing and treatment capabilities by enabling strong technology to deliver easy, scalable, solutions. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the WellHealth team established unique protocols and delivered a comprehensive set of medical and safety measures to our patient populations. To date, Well Health has delivered more than 1.1 million COVID-19 tests across the United States with the ability to continue testing at a rate of tens of thousands per day. Well Health has served residents in Texas, South Carolina, Nevada, Rhode Island, Washington, New Jersey, Arizona, North Carolina, Kansas, and now, New York, and continues to expand testing across North America.