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FAQ - TESTING 


TESTING

Is the Navajo Nation capable to test onsite? If so, how long will the results take?
Yes, the following medical facilities are able to test, below are the contact numbers:
FACILITY PHONE NUMBER
Chinle Comprehensive Health Care Facility Hotline (800) 242-9271
Urban Indian Health Program in Coconino County (928) 679-7300
Crownpoint Health Care Facility Hotline (866) 820-0141
Dzilth-Na-O-Dith-Hle Health Center Mainline (505) 960-7801
Four Corners Regional Health Center Hotline- Red Mesa, AZ (928) 656-5000
Gallup Indian Medical Center Hotline (505) 726-5888
Inscription House Health Center Mainline (928) 672-3000
Kayenta Health Center Hotline (928) 697-5177
Navajo Health Foundation – Sage Memorial Hospital (928) 755-9500
Pinon Health Center Mainline (928) 725-9500
Shiprock – Northern Navajo Medical Center Hotline (505) 368-7447
Tohatchi Health Care Center Mainline 505) 733-8100
Tsaile Health Center Mainline (928) 724-3600
Tsehoostooi Medical Center Hotline (928) 729-3435
Tuba City Regional Health Care Center – Request COVID-19 Hotline 1 (866) 976-5941 Ask for COVID-19 Hotline
Winslow Indian Health Care Center General Info: (928) 289-4646 Signs & Symptoms Info: (928) 289-8143

The Indian Health Services indicated that test results may be available in as little as one (1) day, but timing may vary by location. As commercial labs begin to offer testing services, time is expecting to decrease.
How are false positive and negative test results being monitored and handled?
The Navajo Department of Health is coordinating with the state and the hospitals (IHS and 638) to validate the results.
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