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We are screening and restricting access to the hospital. Learn about our COVID-19 patient and visitor restrictions and guidelines.


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COVID-19 Testing at Gritman Medical Center

All COVID-19 tests require an order from a doctor or health care provider.

Please allow at least
3 days
for your test results to post.
How to get tested
How to get tested for COVID-19

Individuals who are concerned they have symptoms of COVID-19 or believe they have had exposure to a known positive person should call their primary care provider or one of our clinics to be evaluated for testing. We are unable to provide travel-related, medically non-essential COVID-19 testing services.

  1. Call your primary care provider and request a COVID-19 assessment.
  2. If you do not have a primary care provider, call one of our primary care clinics: Internal Medicine, Potlatch Family Care, Kendrick Family Care, Troy Clinic or Moscow Family Medicine and request a COVID-19 assessment.
  3. If you are having a medical emergency, you can request a COVID-19 assessment in our emergency department—this will be charged as an emergency department visit.
Please allow at least
3 days
for your test results to post.
Where to get tested
Where to get tested for COVID-19

Gritman Drive Through Testing Site is located just across from the hospital in downtown Moscow on the southwest side of Jackson St. (US-95, ID-8)

Monday - Friday   8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Closed on Major Holidays

You must have a physician's order prior to testing.

You must have a physician's order prior to testing.

We are asking the public to use the Drive-Through Testing Site for all COVID-19 test collection and not come to the hospital unless you need to be seen in our Emergency Department. Before you arrive at the site, you must have an order from your physician, a valid photo ID and your insurance information (you do not have to be insured to be tested). The hospital is open for all regular scheduled services and procedures.

We are asking the public to use the Drive-Through Testing Site for all COVID-19 test collection and not come to the hospital unless you need to be seen in our Emergency Department. Before you arrive at the site, you must have an order from your physician, a valid photo ID and your insurance information (you do not have to be insured to be tested). The hospital is open for all regular scheduled services and procedures.

Please allow at least
3 days
for your test results to post.
Results
How to get your test results
Please allow at least
3 days
for your test results to post.

Due to the high volume of phone calls we are strongly encouraging patients to login to their portal account for test results. Thank you for your understanding.

  1. Log in to your patient portal account. If you are a first-time patient, please use the instructions you received by email. You may either log in to the Gritman Medical Center portal or your primary care provider portal. Please allow at least 3 days for your results to post. Your results may first post to the Gritman Medical Center portal before your primary care provider's portal. Visit our portals page for more information.
  2. If it has been at least 3 days since your test was collected and you still do not see results in your patient portal account, you can call the office of the provider who issued the order for your COVID-19 test or your primary care provider. Please allow at least 3 days for your results to post.
  3. For a paper copy, call Health Information at 208-883-6092 or visit our Portals & Health Records page to request your medical records. Please allow at least 3 days for your results to post.

Dr. Bryn Parker and Dr. Summer Day

COVID-19 Vaccines

Vaccines now widely available

UPDATE: Appointments for our Nov. 6 pediatric COVID-19 vaccination clinic filled. Families who were added to the wait list will be contacted directly.

“The COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective and now available for children ages 5-11. As your local family practice and pediatric physicians, we care about your health and encourage people to get vaccinated.” – Dr. Bryn Parker and Dr. Summer Day, Gritman | Moscow Family Medicine

Vaccines are widely available in our region. Find a clinic near you at www.vaccines.gov.

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Trusted Information from the CDC

Learn why the COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective.

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Crisis Standards of Care in Idaho

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW) has activated Crisis Standards of Care (CSC) statewide. Gritman Medical Center is currently at contingent standards of care and will change our status as the situation requires. We’ve posted some helpful links here regarding conventional, contingent and crisis standards of care.

COVID-19: Verified Resources

Our hospital and all our clinics are open, safe and ready to care for you.

We’re ready to serve you — in-person and through telemedicine. All of our clinics in Moscow, Kendrick, Potlatch and Troy – including our MFM Downtown and Westside primary care and QuickCARE locations – are scheduling established and new patient visits. We can see you in-person and through telemedicine which allows our providers to visit with you through your mobile device, tablet or computer.

Schedule an appointment today by logging into your portal account or calling your provider or clinic:

MFM Downtown, Westside or QuickCARE
Internal Medicine
Kendrick Family Care
Potlatch Family Care
Troy Clinic