Lafayette, La. – Ochsner Lafayette General will be administering COVID-19 testing from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday of this week at the Domingue Center. Testing is open to Louisiana residents of all ages who wish to know if they have the novel coronavirus. This investment in enhanced community testing is a critical step towards a safe reopening.
Testing is available to anyone, even those who may be asymptomatic. Members of the community should bring a valid ID and insurance card, if applicable. There are no out-of-pocket costs for those seeking a test and no one will be turned away based on their insurance status.
Testing will be conducted in a drive-thru setting and everyone should remain in the vehicle at all times. There should be no more than four people per vehicle. We will also accommodate anyone who walks up, bikes up or is dropped off by public transportation.
Community members will receive their test results within 3 – 5 days via the MyHealth patient portal. Those with a positive result will also be contacted by phone.
For the safety of our healthcare workers, testing could be canceled due to weather conditions.
Friday, October 23
8 a.m.– 4 p.m.
901 Mudd Avenue
LAFAYETTE – Ochsner Lafayette General has a new, easy and safe way for you and your loved ones to get your flu shot. On Saturday, October 24, Ochsner Lafayette General will host drive-thru flu shots. Vaccines will be administered to patients 18 and older. Masks must be worn and patients should remain in their vehicles.
Members of the community should bring a valid ID and insurance card, if applicable. There are no out-of-pocket costs for those who receive the flu vaccine.
Saturday, October 24
8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Northgate Mall (Castille Road Entrance)
1800 NE Evangeline Thruway
If a drive thru flu shot does not work for your schedule, please visit any Ochsner Lafayette General Urgent Care Center or call your primary care provider to schedule an appointment.
The flu can have a serious impact on the health of our communities, and this year with COVID-19, it’s more important than ever for everyone to get a flu shot to protect you and your loved ones.
For more information, please visit www.lafayettegeneral.com/flu-vaccine.