Mono County Public Health Launches COVID-19 Test-to-Treat Program

September 26, 2022 – Effective October 2022, Mono County Public Health (Public Health) will be taking over all COVID-19 (Coronavirus) testing in Mono County, and launching a COVID-19 Test-to-Treat program.  At COVID-19 Test-to-Treat clinics, individuals can get tested, be seen by a health care provider, and receive a prescription for medication – all in one location.

“There has been a steady decline in COVID-19 transmission in our community, and moving to a Test-to-Treat program will help to identify infection early, and provide individuals with the care they need quickly,” said Dr. Caryn Slack, MD, MPH, Mono County Health Officer.  “We are proud to be able to provide this service to our community.”

The Public Health Test-to-Treat clinics will replace the OptumServe clinics.  The October 2022 COVID-19 Test-to-Treat schedule is as follows:


✔️ Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays: Mono County Civic Center (1290 Tavern Road; Mammoth Lakes); 11am – 1pm


✔️ 10/04/22 (Tuesday): Lee Vining Community Center (296 Mattly Avenue); 11am – 2pm

✔️ 10/06/22 (Thursday): Bridgeport Memorial Hall (73 N. School Street); 10am – 2pm

✔️ 10/11/22 (Tuesday): Walker Community Center (442 Mule Deer Road); 11am – 2pm

✔️ 10/13/22 (Thursday): Bridgeport Memorial Hall (73 N. School Street); 10am – 2pm

✔️ 10/18/22 (Tuesday): Benton Community Center (58869 Hwy 120); 10am – 11:30am

✔️ 10/18/22 (Tuesday): Chalfant Community Center (123 Valley Road); 12pm – 1:30pm

✔️ 10/20/22 (Thursday): Bridgeport Memorial Hall (73 N. School Street); 10am – 2pm

✔️ 10/20/22 (Thursday): Chalfant Community Center (123 Valley Road); 3pm – 6pm

✔️ 10/25/22 (Tuesday): June Lake Community Center (90 W. Granite Avenue); 4pm – 5:30pm

✔️ 10/27/22 (Thursday): Bridgeport Memorial Hall (73 N. School Street); 10am – 2pm

Public Health pop-up clinics are scheduled weather-permitting, and open to the public, regardless of insurance.  Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome.  Individuals on the Hwy 6 corridor can call the Public Health Department at (760) 924-1830 to request testing.

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