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WVU Medicine Berkeley Medical Center closing drive thru Covid testing center

WVU Medicine Berkeley Medical Center closing drive thru Covid testing center

MARTINSBURG, W.VA. – WVU Medicine Berkeley Medical Center’s drive thru Covid-19 community testing site at the Dorothy A. McCormack Center will close operations on June 17 at 4 p.m.

Beginning June 20, Covid-19 community testing will be offered at all three WVU Medicine Urgent care Center locations in Berkeley and Jefferson County.  The walk-in clinics for specimen collection will be held Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Testing will be available for symptomatic patients with a physician’s order. A MyWVUChart account is required to receive results which will be available within 24 hours.  Patients must contact their primary care physician for any necessary follow-up. 

Appointments are not necessary but are available by calling each WVU Medicine Urgent Care Center directly in Charles Town at 304-725-2273, Inwood at 304-229-2273 or Spring Mills at 304-274-2273.

Covid-19 testing for pre-surgical patients at Berkeley Medical Center and Jefferson Medical Center will be offered at two locations. Testing will be offered Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Jefferson Medical Center’s Outpatient Care Center in Ranson and Berkeley Medical Center’s MOB3 Outpatient Surgery Center in Martinsburg.

Orders for pre-surgical testing will be handled by the physician offices.  Pre-surgical patients should contact their physician for testing instructions.  



For media inquiries:

Teresa McCabe, Vice President Marketing & Development,


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