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Fetter Health Care Network Serves the Lowcountry Through COVID-19 Testing Clinics in November

Press Release

Fetter Health Care Network (Fetter) has announced it will continue serving the community through its COVID-19 testing clinics in Charleston and Berkeley Counties during the month of November. The latest updates to its mobile clinic schedule can be found at FetterCovid19Screening.org/testsites

“As we near the holiday season and community members continue going about their everyday lives, our team’s top priority is to ensure that everyone has access to COVID-19 testing,” said Aretha R. Jones-Powers, CEO of Fetter. “We are encouraging patients to be cautious and to continue helping reduce the spread of COVID-19 through social distancing, wearing face coverings and remaining at home if they are experiencing symptoms.”

Fetter’s testing clinics rotate to different locations throughout the week based on the schedule below. Individuals are simply asked to arrive at their preferred testing clinic location to receive an onsite provider screening and then a COVID-19 test.

Fetter Health Care Network mobile COVID-19 testing schedule:

Date

Time

Location

Address

11/5

8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church

(Berkeley Count)

510 St. James Ave.

Goose Creek, SC

11/10

8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

N. Charleston Performing Arts Center

(Charleston County)

5001 Coliseum Dr.

North Charleston, SC

11/12

8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Alvin Community Center

(Berkeley County)

2191 Santee River Rd.

St. Stephen, SC

11/17

4 p.m. - 8 p.m.

N. Charleston Performing Arts Center

(Charleston County)

5001 Coliseum Dr.

North Charleston, SC

11/19

3 p.m. - 6 p.m.

N. Charleston School of the Arts

(Charleston County)

5109-B W. Enterprise St.

North Charleston, SC

11/24

8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

N. Charleston Performing Arts Center

(Charleston County)

5001 Coliseum Dr.

North Charleston, SC

In an effort to streamline patient registration, all patient registration will take place as individuals arrive at the clinic. Fetter offers both walk-up and drive-up testing at its mobile clinics.

Individuals who have a known exposure to COVID-19 or are experiencing COVID-19 related symptoms can visit FetterCovid19Screening.org for more information. Individuals are asked to employ social distancing and wear a face covering while waiting for testing.

Currently, tests are given with no out-of-pocket cost to patients. All insurance providers in South Carolina are covering the cost of COVID-19 testing. Patient insurance information will be processed in order to complete testing. No co-pays or deductibles are being charged. All patients will be served.

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