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

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 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.

  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 clinics-(locations and hours) and request a COVID-19 assessment.
  3. 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 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. – 4 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday  10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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.
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.
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COVID-19: Vaccine
We are working to bring vaccines to our region as soon as they are made available to us by the State of Idaho.
Do you qualify?

Anyone 16+ (for Pfizer-BioNTech) or 18+ (for Moderna) who lives or works in Idaho is now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Public Health District #2 (which includes Latah county), effective immediately.
 
The COVID-19 vaccine distribution in Idaho is under the authority and direction of Governor Brad Little, the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare and (in our region) District 2 Public Health—Idaho North Central District.

If you are qualified and need to schedule.

If you qualify for the COVID-19 vaccine and would like to schedule an appointment please go to idahoprepmod.com .
and click on Find a Clinic. Please read through the clinic information before signing up for the vaccination. After scheduling your appointment you will recieve a confirmation email. Please check your email and spam folders.
 
Gritman's vaccination clinics are currently held at two locations either the hospital (use Emergency Department entrance) or the University of Idaho Student Recreation Center (SRC).
 
If someone you know does not have access to the internet, you can register for them on their behalf or have them call the Gritman COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline at 208-883-6072 and leave a message with their name and phone number. A Gritman representative will call you back to help you with the scheduling process.

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Second Dose Patients:

1. Review your vaccine card for the date of your first vaccine and the brand of vaccine you received.

2. These clinics listed below are ONLY for those who received their first dose at Gritman Medical Center on the date shown.

First Dose Date Vaccine Assigned Second Dose Date Clinic Location Link
03/25/21 Pfizer 04/15/21 SRC Second dose scheduled time is same as first dose.(1)
03/25/21 Moderna 04/22/21 SRC Second dose scheduled time is same as first dose.(1)
03/26/21 Pfizer 04/16/21 SRC Second dose scheduled time is same as first dose.(1)
04/01/21 Pfizer 04/22/21 SRC Second dose scheduled time is same as first dose.(1)
04/02/21 Pfizer 04/23/21 SRC Second dose scheduled time is same as first dose.(1)
04/07/21 Moderna 05/05/21 SRC Second dose scheduled time is same as first dose.(1)
04/08/21 Moderna 05/06/21 SRC Second dose scheduled time is same as first dose.(1)
04/09/21 Pfizer 04/30/21 SRC Second dose scheduled time is same as first dose.(1)
04/15/21 Moderna 05/13/21 SRC Second dose scheduled time is same as first dose.(1)
04/16/21 Moderna 05/14/21 SRC Second dose scheduled time is same as first dose.(1)
04/30/21 Pfizer 05/21/21 SRC Second dose scheduled time is same as first dose.(1)

1. No scheduling required. The second dose appointment time and date for this clinic are automatically scheduled from the first dose appointment time and date.

Example:
First dose appointment of the Pfizer vaccine was 1:06 p.m on 2/23/21.
Second dose of the Pfizer vaccine is scheduled for 1:06 p.m on 3/16/21.

Gritman Chief Information Officer Kane Francetich and Pharmacist Keriann Bennett in a secured area of the hospital that has been prepared to receive and store COVID-19 vaccines.

Gritman Chief Information Officer Kane Francetich and Pharmacist Keriann Bennett in a secured area of the hospital that has been prepared to receive and store COVID-19 vaccines.

Gritman Medical Center follows the guidelines and evidence-based recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The first vaccines are now approved for emergency use in the United States and are being distributed to priority populations. As more vaccines become available, they will be made available to more people within each priority group.

CDC: 8 things to know about the vaccine

CDC: Benefits of getting the vaccine

CDC: Ensuring the safety of the vaccine

CDC: Vaccination priority groups

COVID-19: Get the facts. Stay informed.

Call our Hotline at 208-883-4109 and follow the prompts. You can also text COVID19 to  208-295-5080 to get a link to an online assessment and symptom checker tool.

Use a facemask: CDC calls for wearing of masks to prevent COVID-19 spread. We are currently accepting donations of facemasks and PPE.

We strongly recommend these evidence-based practices to help slow the spread of the disease and to protect public health:

  • Wear a facemask.
  • Wash and sanitize your hands frequently.
  • Keep a distance of at least 6 feet from those not from your immediate household.
  • Limit gathering with others who are not in your immediate household.
  • Limit indoor gatherings.

View Gritman Medical Center COVID-19 testing and hospitalization updates

View Gritman emergency response updates

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The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is caused by a virus. It causes a fever, a cough, and shortness of breath. It mainly spreads person-to-person through droplets from coughing and sneezing. The virus also can spread when people are in close contact with someone who is infected. Learn more from our expert Dr. John Brown, chief medical officer.

COVID-19: Verified resources

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Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
Washington Department of Health
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World Health Organization
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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

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Following an announcement from Public Health District #2, COVID-19 vaccinations are now open for anyone 16 years of age or older who lives or works in Idaho. Public Health—Idaho North Central District #2 includes Latah, Nez Perce, Clearwater, Lewis and ...

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