- COVID-19 Testing
- COVID-19 Testing
- COVID-19 Vaccine
- Surgery & Other Procedures
- Family Member/Caregiver Guidance
COVID-19 diagnostic testing is available for symptomatic and preprocedural current patients and the public at our sites across the Bay Area. Some locations require an appointment.
COVID-19 antibody testing is also available. Antibody testing requires a doctor’s order and take place at a blood draw clinic. Contact your care team for more information.
If you are experiencing mild symptoms, an at-home self-test is recommended. You can book a testing appointment through MyHealth or calling 650-498-9000. Notify your care team that you are experiencing symptoms. COVID-19 diagnostic testing sites are located across the Bay Area. Refer to individual site for details.
If you do not have a MyHealth account, you can create one at no cost. Call the MyHealth team for assistance at 1-866-367-0758.
If you choose not to create a MyHealth account, to access your negative test result you will need to call Clinical Advice Services at 650-724-9400. Clinical Advice Services will relay your request to a nurse, who will call you back to deliver your negative test result.
Diagnostic results are typically available 3-7 days from the time of the test, depending on demand.
To view antibody test results, tap or click the message titled “SARS-COV-2, IgG & IgM” in the MyHealth app or web portal test results section.
We are not able to provide replacements for lost vaccine cards. You can get a copy of the record if you got the vaccine at a site run by Stanford Health Care. To get a copy:
Call the medical records office at Stanford Health Care in Palo Alto: 650-723-5721
If you have a MyHealth account, you can log in to a computer and print out your record. It won't print from the MyHealth app on a smartphone, unfortunately.