Free COVID-19 Testing at Mobile Health Clinics
Henry Ford Health System is offering free COVID-19 testing at locations in the City of Detroit and Dearborn. Using their Mobile Health Clinics, Henry Ford aims to expand access to COVID-19 testing for members of underserved communities in Detroit and Dearborn, and help individuals who test positive access resources. Expanded testing can lead to decreased spread of the virus to family, friends and other community members.
If you live or work in any of these zip codes and need a COVID-19 test, Henry Ford has you covered:
If you do not live or work in these zip codes, visit https://www.henryford.com/coronavirus for more information about testing.
Testing is available at these Mobile Health Clinics from 8 a.m. to Noon on the following days:
|Tuesdays||8 a.m. - Noon||New Cavalry Baptist Church||3975 Concord Ave., Detroit|
|Wednesdays||8 a.m. - Noon||Advanced Technology Academy||4801 Oakman Blvd., Dearborn|
|Thursdays||8 a.m. - Noon||Third New Hope Baptist Church||5439 W. Warren, Detroit|
In Michigan, the African-American community has cumulatively represented 14 percent of cases and 34 percent of deaths since COVID-19 infections began in March, while only making up 14 percent of the state’s population. Funding for this COVID-19 testing program is made possible by grants from the State of Michigan’s Racial Disparity Task Force and Johnson & Johnson’s Mobile Health Clinic Support Program.
This program expands the Henry Ford Health System Global Health Initiative’s (GHI) ongoing efforts to address the COVID-19 crisis using its Mobile Health Clinics. Since April, GHI has brought COVID-19 testing, education and outreach to thousands of Detroit residents through mobile units. It has delivered personal protective equipment (PPE) covering 26 nursing homes, 88 senior low-income apartment buildings, 10 schools, eight homeless shelters, one prison and 50 assisted living facilities.