Save time and register online for your COVID-19 test! | Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

Save time and register online for your COVID-19 test!

December 15, 2020




Even if a person has mild or no symptoms, COVID-19 can spread by simple interactions. All ANMC patients and members of their household, as well as ANTHC and SCF staff and members of their households, can be seen at our campus testing sites. Other testing sites for those in Anchorage can be found here.
Please register online for your COVID-19 test and wait for the confirmation text that your order is ready before heading to the testing site.
The drive-thru lanes for COVID-19 Testing at ANMC have a new traffic pattern to help with the increased number of vehicles. Please be aware and drive with caution when entering the site. Patients should register for a test in advance at https://covid19test.anmc.org/. A text message will be sent to you when the testing site is ready for you to proceed. High numbers of people getting COVID-19 tests are leading to longer than usual wait times for text message confirmation. Please use the registration form only once per patient.


How it works
1. From your smartphone, home computer or another device that connects to the internet, visit https://covid19test.anmc.org.
2. At least one hour before you go to the testing site complete the secure registration form. This form helps verify your contact details in advance. Each person getting a test will need to complete the form.
3. At the end, you’ll receive confirmation details and directions to your selected testing site, either drive-thru or walk-up. You will receive a text when your registration has been processed.
4. When you arrive, you’ll check-in with staff using a photo ID. No extra paperwork is needed.
5. Remember to bring your ID and wear a mask!

Not able to preregister?

If you are unable to get online to register in advance, visit the walk-up COVID-19 testing site at 4043 Tudor Centre Drive. Staff will have tablets to help you complete your registration.

Visit anthc.org/COVID19 for more information.


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