COVID Testing Options in Grand County

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Entity Test symptomatic & 
asymptomatic patients?
Type of test(s)
available
Cost Phone Number Days & Times
Testing is Available
Middle Park Health Symptomatic: 
Drive Up Testing
PCR, Full Respiratory Panel,
Antibody
Varies Granby: 
970-887-5810

Kremmling: 
970-724-3136
Granby: Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to noon
Kremmling: Monday-Friday 2-4 p.m.

STAY IN YOUR VEHICLE AND CALL WHEN YOU ARRIVE.
Middle Park Health No Symptoms:
Walk-ins welcome
PCR, Full Respiratory Panel,
Antibody
Varies Granby:
1000 Granby Park Dr. S
Kremmling:
214 S. 4th St.
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Denver Health Both; all patients must call
ahead for appointment
PCR $37 970-726-4299 Monday - Thursday
During business hours
Public Health
620 Hemlock St.
Hot Sulphur Springs

Both
Appointments are NOT required.
Antigen Free 970-725-3288 Tuesdays & Fridays
10 a.m. - noon
Safeway Pharmacy Test kit available for purchase; 
No onsite testing available
BinaxNow $23.99 970-726-6920 Business hours
City Market Pharmacy Asymptomatic & at least 14 days
out of quarantine or isolation
Antibody
(finger stick blood test)
$25 970-887-7150 Business hours
* Grand County Public Health (GCPH) provides free rapid Antigen tests (15-minute tests) to address outbreak and surveillance testing needs across Grand County. If you receive a negative antigen result, but are feeling symptomatic, GCPH recommends getting a PCR test. 

Test Definitions

  • PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction): Usually performed by nasal or oral swab. This test detects the generic material of the virus and can be used to test for several viruses. This is the best test currently available to determine if you have active COVID-19 on the day you are tested. However, it is possible to test PCR negative one day, and then test PCR positive the next based on when your body mounts a response to the infection.
  • Antibody (serology): A blood test that can determine if your body has viral antibodies. The presence of antibodies suggest that you have been infected with COVID-19 in the past or present. There are three types of antibodies: IgG, IgA, and IgM. IgG indicates past infections; IgA and IgM both indicate current or recent infection.
  • Antigen: A nasal swab test that looks for proteins that live on the virus' surface. This test detects COVID-19 active disease, but a negative test does not guarantee that you do not have disease.