Appointments are not required for testing.
Appointments required for vaccines.
DIRECTIONS FOR ARRIVING AT SVH FOR TESTING & VACCINES
FOR DRIVE-THRU COVID-19 TESTING
No appointment required.
Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Our Urgent Care is open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily for urgent needs outside these hours.
- Turn onto SE 99 St. from Snoqualmie Parkway.
- Take the first right into the main hospital entrance.
- Follow signs straight through the circle and to the back of the hospital.
- Signs will point you left toward the testing site.
- Additional information and instructions for drive through testing is listed below.
FOR DRIVE-THRU COVID-19 VACCINES
Appointments are required, click to schedule.
Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday & Friday
Closed for lunch from 12:15-1 p.m.
- Turn onto SE 99 St. from Snoqualmie Parkway.
- Take the second right into the driveway to the left of the hospital, following signs to the vaccine site.
- You will be greeted by staff who will check your paperwork and IDs.
- Additional information and instructions for drive through vaccines is listed below.
Appointments are NOT required. Photo ID and current insurance card are required for billing purposes.
1. DRIVE-THRU COVID-19 PCR TESTING AT SVH
The SVH COVID Testing site is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. except for major holidays. Pre-procedural testing for SVH procedures may be conducted in our lab on the days we are closed. Please call 425-831-2313 for more information.
COVID testing is recommended only for those who are currently experiencing symptoms, or who have had direct and unprotected exposure to a person with a known positive COVID case, as well as those planning to travel or are scheduled for a medical procedure. Results are typically delivered within 24-48 hours, available through MyChart. Test results will not be provided on holidays, or when normal business operations are closed in observance of the holidays. If you have not received your test results within 2 days, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need assistance accessing your results in MyChart, please call 425-831-2313.
- Please fill out the registration form and bring it with you.
- Photo ID and current insurance card are required for billing purposes.
- Snoqualmie Valley Hospital uses a transcriptase PCR test for COVID-19 testing.
2. RAPID ANTIGEN TESTING AT SNOQUALMIE RIDGE URGENT CARE
Located at the corner of SE Kinsey and Center Boulevard. Open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Our number is 425-831-3800. If you need a PCR test for travel, use drive-through testing mentioned above.
If you are experiencing COVID symptoms, suspect you’ve been exposed and would like to see a provider for a test, we are offering rapid antigen tests at our Urgent Care. We ask that you call prior to arrival so that we can make sure to keep you and other patients safe. The rapid test will provide accurate positive test results. If you are, indeed, symptomatic and test negative, we will request a follow-up drive-through appointment at our test site at Snoqualmie Valley Hospital. The rapid test takes about 15 minutes for results. If you need a follow up PCR test at SVH, those results are ready within 24-48 hours of testing.
Appointments required. ID and proof of vaccines, or vaccination cards, are required for all boosters. The COVID Barn is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday & Friday, closed for lunch from 12:15-1 p.m. The Barn is also closed on major holidays. To make an appointment, please click here for COVID-19 Vaccination Online Scheduling.
Covid Vaccine and Booster Recommendations
- Everyone 5 years and older, who are not immunocompromised, are recommended to receive 1 dose of 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine regardless of prior vaccination history.
- Children ages 6 months to 4 years of age should complete a multi-dose initial series (2 doses of Moderna or 3 doses of Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA COVID-19 vaccine) with at least one dose of 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine.
- People who are moderately or severely immunocompromised should complete a 3-dose initial series with at least one dose of the 2023-2024 COVId-19 vaccine and may receive 1 or more additional 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine doses.
COVID-19 Vaccines and Boosters for Children & Teens
SVH provides vaccines and boosters for children who are ages 6 months and older. Seattle & King County Public Health developed an informational page just for Children and Teens.
SVH is following King County’s protocols for Minor Consent. The minor consent form can be found here and on the SOLV Scheduler. For more information, please see King County’s COVID-19 Vaccination page for children and teens.
Pediatric boosters are available in the drive thru COVID Barn during normal Barn hours. Parents can also make appointments in the COVID Barn by using this schedule. When arriving at the Barn, parents will need to have their children prepared by having their upper thigh accessible for our COVID Team in order to administer the booster.
Arriving at SVH for Your Vaccine
As you approach the hospital located at 9801 Frontier Ave. SE, follow the signs for COVID-19 Vaccines. You will pass the main hospital entrance and make the second right into the driveway that will take you to the back of the hospital. You will be greeted by SVH staff member with further instructions. Please wait at the posted stop sign until waved ahead. If you are here for a vaccination and have forgotten to fill out an online consent form, please fill out this form before arriving to help speed up the process.
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital and Urgent Care offering COVID-19 Treatment
Snoqualmie Valley Health offers testing, treatment and follow-up care through the entire COVID-19 experience. Treatments include the new five-day oral treatment, Paxlovid. Paxlovid is utilized for high-risk patients ages 12 and up. Most patients over the age of 50 are eligible. For those who are eligible, CDC recommends starting Paxlovid as soon as possible; and treatment must begin within 5 days of when symptoms start. You’re welcome to discuss Paxlovid as a treatment option with your provider. Visit the CDC’s website for more information about COVID-19 treatments and medications.
- Stay Up to Date with Covid-19 Vaccines
- FAQs about the COVID-19 Vaccine
- What is COVID-19?
- How does it spread?
- How can I prevent getting COVID-19?
- What are COVID-19 symptoms and warning signs?
- How do I get tested?
- What if I test positive or suspect an infection?
- Who is at a higher risk for severe illness?
- What treatments and medication help treat COVID?
- CDC’s Page on Vaccines for Immunocompromised
If you need proof of vaccination, please visit the King County COVID vaccination verification page for more information about accessing myIR to print your record or download a QR code. In order to get your second vaccination or booster dose, your vaccination card, or proof of COVID vaccination is required.
If you are unable to drive-through the COVID service center but want to make a vaccine appointment during the week and need transportation, Snoqualmie Valley Transit is providing rides to and from the hospital clinic. Contact SVT at 425-888-7001 for information.
General COVID-19 Information
SVH COVID-19 Testing & Vaccination
9801 Frontier Avenue SE
Snoqualmie, WA 98065