Clay County Public Health Center's Test Site - Liberty
CLOSED UNTIL JAN. 4
Free, same-day COVID-19 testing is available to Clay County residents of all ages at Clay County Public Health Center – Hospital Valley at 556 Rush Creek Parkway in Liberty (NOT the main CCPHC building). Tests are offered during the day Monday through Friday only.
You must pre-register and receive a time slot from CCPHC before arriving at the test site.
How to Register and Get Tested
- Register for SAME-DAY TESTING by calling one of our COVID-19 Testing Registration Lines. Calls will be accepted from 8-11:30 a.m., Monday through Thursday; 8-10 a.m. on Friday. Call one of the following phone numbers to register: 816-589-2443 and 816-519-9880. (Do not contact these numbers for results at any point.)
- If you call to register and are not able to reach someone, our staff member is assisting another patient. Please call again or try the other line. Do not leave a voicemail, as these will not be returned.
- Once you are connected with a staff member, they will guide you through the registration process. This includes asking for personal information needed in order to test and send results. You will also be assigned a 30 minute time slot for later that day.
- Please arrive at the test site (556 Rush Creek Parkway, Liberty) during your assigned time slot to be tested. Do not arrive before or after your time slot.
We greatly appreciate your patience as we establish this new system of offering free COVID testing to Clay County.
Please note: The CCPHC test site may close or be delayed in the case of inclement weather. Refer to this page and/or our social media for updates.
- Do I have to make an appointment or register in advance?
- Where is the test site located?
- When is the CCPHC test site open? When will tests be administered?
- What kind of test is this?
- How much does testing cost? What if I don't have insurance?
- What are acceptable reasons for receiving a test? Can I get tested even if I don't have symptoms?
- Are there any age restrictions on testing?
- How soon will I get my results back?
- If I walk in to the health center, can I get a test?
- How can I get an antibody test?
- How can I donate plasma as someone who has recovered from COVID-19?
- Why does CCPHC not offer rapid testing?