Testing Options

If you are have severe symptoms or are having difficulty breathing, please go to the Emergency Department, which is open 24/7.


MOAB REGIONAL HOSPITAL - URGENT CARE: Walk-In Only. Monday - Saturday, 1PM - 8PM, Sunday 11AM - 5PM. Antigen and PCR tests available for symptomatic, asymptomatic, and travel. Same day results available. Bill insurance or Cash Pay.


CITY MARKET and WALKER DRUG: At-Home Test Kit (antigen) are available over-the-counter, but frequently sell out. Cost is approximately $26.00.


SOUTHEAST UTAH HEALTH DEPARTMENT - GRAND CENTER PARKING LOT: Registration required. Thursdays, 1pm - 6pm. To confirm schedule, or to register, Click Here. PCR test. Results available in 2-3 days. Testing is free!


ONLINE RETAILERS: Many At-Home Test Kits (antigen) can be bought online.


Do you have a friend or family member who tested positive for COVID-19?

If you are a close contact (anyone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for a total of 15 minutes or more), and you do NOT have any symptoms, please call the Southeast Utah Health Department (SEUHD) for contact tracing and testing at 435-355-0323.

SEUHD Hours: Monday – Thursday, 8am – 12pm and 1pm – 5pm. If you are calling after hours or on the weekend, please leave a message and your call will be returned the next business day.


Asymptomatic Testing for a Scheduled Medical Procedure

Walk-In – No Appointment Required! Use Main Entrance. Check-In at Main Admissions. Monday – Friday, 7:30am – 5:30pm. Saturday and Sunday, 8am – Noon. An order from your doctor must be on file.


For more testing options, call the Utah Coronavirus Hotline at 800-456-7707 or go to

Vaccine Options

Southeast Utah Health Department

575 Kane Creek Blvd.

Moderna (18 yrs. and older) - Two Dose

Pfizer (12 yrs. and older) - Two Dose

Walk-In or Schedule Online at

Thursdays, 9am - Noon and 1pm - 3:30pm



City Market

Moderna (18 yrs. and older) - Two Dose

Walk-In or Schedule Online at

Monday - Friday, 10am - 2pm and 3pm - 7pm

Saturday, 10am - 2pm and 3pm - 6pm



Additional Resources

Video from Moab Regional Hospital: How the Vaccine Works in the Body

Article from The Daily Sentinel: Why a Grand Junction Surgeon is Choosing to get the COVID-19 Vaccine

8 Things to Know about the U.S. COVID-19 Vaccination Program

Ensuring the Safety of Vaccines

Benefits of Getting at COVID-19 Vaccine

Temporary Visitor Restrictions

UPDATED 08/13/21: One visitor between the ages of 18 and 60 will be allowed to accompany each patient. Visitors will be screened for symptoms. Visitors will be expected to wear a face covering at all times and perform hand hygiene each time entering and exiting the patient's room. If you have questions, please call our Coronavirus Hotline at 435-719-3998.


Masks are required to enter the hospital. When arriving at the hospital for any reason, please wear a mask or face covering. Masks should also be worn in public when social distancing measures are difficult, i.e. the grocery store.

Mental Health Resources

Southeast Utah Department of Health
State of Utah Information
Johns Hopkins
National Information
World Health Organization