List of COVID-19 Testing sites for Children

At this time, Covid-19 testing is limited to patients presenting to the Emergency Department for acute care. The decision to test will be made by the Emergency Department Physician after evaluating the patient.

For pre-procedure testing information click here 

Little girl being tested for COVID-19

Pediatric COVID-19 testing sites, locations and details: 

Walgreens - Free COVID-19 testing for 3 Year olds and up
Appointment needed 

Miami-Dade County Youth Fair Grounds (Drive thru) COVID testing for 5 Year olds and up 
Scheduled appointments available  305-602-8492
Times: open 7 days a week 8am - 4:30pm
Location: 10901 SW 24th street Miami, FL 33165 

CVS - COVID testing 12 Year old and up Appointment needed 

Nicklaus Urgent Care  - For patients with COVID-19 Symptoms testing All ages  

UM Peds Mobile Clinic - Free COVID testing – All ages
Appointment needed 
Times: 8am-2pm 
May schedule appointments and Locations
Call: 305-243-2059

Florida Department of Health- Broward  Home bound patient testing call 954-412-7300 and press 3

Boulevard heights community center (walk-in) All Ages
Oral testing only
May schedule appointments and Locations
Call: 954-412-7300 school children and staff are priority.
Times: Tuesday - Saturday 8am - 4pm
Location: 6770 Garfield street Hollywood, FL   

Mills Pond park ( Drive-thru) All ages — Free throat swab
Times: Monday - Wednesday; Friday- Saturday - 9am - 4pm
Location: 2201 NW 9th Ave Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311

Miami- Dade

Amelia Earhart Park —  Ages 5 year olds and up
Location: 401 E. 65th Street, Hialeah, FL 33013
Hours: 9am - 5pm monday - Saturday

Aventura Mall  —  Ages 5 year olds and up 
Location: 19501 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, FL 33180
Hours: Monday - Sunday 10 am - 7pm

Bay Harbor Island  —  Ages 5 year olds and up
Location: 1185 95th Street, Bay Harbor Islands, FL 33154
Times: 8an - 5pm Monday - Sunday

For more sites, locations and details visit: Florida COVID-19 Testing Sites

If your child is experiencing mild symptoms, contact your child’s pediatrician or you can have a virtual visit from your computer or mobile device with MemorialDocNow.

For severe symptoms, call 911 or visit a pediatric emergency room.