Free Test Kits

Pediatric Associates of the NW Free Test Kits

With this latest peak in Covid-19 cases, testing is in high demand and more important than ever to limiting the spread of the virus. This increased demand for testing has unfortunately caused a shortage of supplies across the country. The good news is there are two new ways families can easily access kits to test themselves. We recommend that everyone have at least a few tests readily available at home for quick access to testing, and in case you are not able to secure a test at our office or a community site. 

Order Free At-Home Tests:


  • 8 rapid Antigen tests per US residential address
  • Results ready in 30 minutes
  • 100% free of cost to families

  • Tests ship within 7-12 days of ordering
  • Delivered through US Postal Service mail

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Insurance Reimbursement For At-Home Tests:


As of January 15th, most health insurance plans are now required to cover the cost of an FDA-approved, at-home COVID test. These tests can be obtained online, from a pharmacy, or a store.


  • 8 individual at-home COVID-19 tests per person enrolled in the plan per month
  • Purchase all at once or as needed
  • Health plans will either cover the cost of the test up-front at the time of sale, or require members to submit a receipt for reimbursement
  • If your plan has set up a network of preferred providers where you can obtain a test with no up-front expense, you may still obtain tests from other retailers outside that network. Insurance companies are required to reimburse you at a rate of up to $12 per individual test (or the cost of the test, if less than $12) 


Learn more at How to Get Your At-Home Over-the-Counter Covid-19 Test for Free


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