NEW ORLEANS — Six drive-thru coronavirus testing sites in three Southeast Louisiana parishes are operational. 

Three locations are already open in Orleans Parish, one is open on the west bank of Jefferson Parish and two are open in Terrebonne Parish. Requirements to be tested, including whether or not you need to be a first responder or if you need pre-screening, vary by location. 


Orleans Parish

  • University of New Orleans Lakefront Arena Parking Lot 
    6801 Franklin Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70148
  • New Orleans East Hospital
    5620 Read Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70127 
  • Odyssey House 
    2700 S. Broad Street, New Orleans, LA 70118

UPDATE: New Orleans consolidates to one COVID-19 drive-thru testing site                                                                    

Jefferson Parish

  • Alario Center, Westwego
    2000 Segnette Blvd, Westwego, LA 70094

Terrebonne Parish

  • Thibodaux Regional Health System (First responders/medical only)
    506 North Acadia Road, Thibodaux, the former location of Thibodaux Regional Women’s Clinic. 
  • TGMC Medical Arts facility
    855 Belanger Street, Houma LA  70360


For hours, requirements and more information, click the links below:

University of New Orleans Lakefront Arena Parking Lot

Alario Center

Thibodaux Regional Health System

TGMC Medical Arts facility

Odyssey House

  • Free, drive-through COVID-19 testing to community members exhibiting symptoms of the virus. 
  • Weekdays from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m
  • Will continue testing as supplies last. 
  • The tests are free; however, individuals are encouraged to bring their insurance cards if applicable. Individuals without insurance will still be eligible for testing. 
  • Community members should check OHL’s social media for daily updates as testing supplies are limited (Facebook: @odysseyhouselouisiana /Instagram & Twitter: @odysseyhousela).

New Orleans East Hospital 

  • For symptomatic adults (18 and older) on the hospital campus 
  • Must first call Health COVID-19 Hotline at 504-962-6202 if you are experiencing fever, cough, body aches, sore throat, running nose, or any other cold-like symptom. An over the phone screening will be conducted to evaluate if you need to come to the drive thru testing center. 
  • Monday - Friday from 9am - 5pm or as long as tests are available. 
  • For the safety of everyone, residents are asked to keep their windows up on arrival until further instructions are provided. Residents should also have their ID and insurance card ready. 
  • Results will be provided via phone within 5-7 business days.


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