COVID-19 Testing Resources

Updated Wednesday, November 11, 2020

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Rapid Covid Test Ad Lancaster Urgent Care 11.2020

  • This testing location is open to both Dallas and Ellis County residents.
  • Pre-registration is REQUIRED.


Q. Do I have to go to a testing location in my County or can I visit one that is closer to my current location?

A. Yes, you can visit any testing location listed below, no matter your County affiliation.

Dallas County Testing: 

Open to Ellis County Residents

Ellis County:

First responders and health care workers are able to be tested Baylor Scott & White – Waxahachie. In order to be tested, individuals must have symptoms present. (Symptoms are listed below). 

Testing Locations:

Citizens needing COVID testing can go to any of the facilities listed below:

Glenn Heights Testing Locations

  • July 1, 2020 - McCowan Middle School
    • New! Testing Site Map | Information
    • Open from 10:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
    • No Appointments are necessary!  Walk -up registration and testing will be conducted in the gym.

MedExpress Urgent Care, 1305 N. Highway 77, Waxahachie, 972-937-1203

Methodist Family Health Center, 326 Cooper Street, Cedar Hill, 972-291-7863

Methodist Family Health Center, Methodist Charlton, 7979 West Virginia Drive, Dallas, 972-780-8400

  • Methodist Charlton
    • Appointment Only (Please call 214.933.8811)
    • Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
    • 3155 W. Wheatland Rd. on the former Wal-Mart parking lot

American Airlines Center, Parking Lot E, 2500 Victory Plaza, Dallas (drive-thru)

Ellis Davis Field House, 9191 S. Polk St., Dallas (drive-thru)

Urgent Care for Kids, 2251 Matlock Rd., No. 103, Mansfield, 682-518-2867

Methodist NOW virtual visits,

Baylor Scott & White online screening tool, 


• Resources offered by the State of Texas, including map of drive-thru testing sites and Coronavirus testing totals by county,

COVID-19 Community Based Testing Sites open criteria

Dallas, Texas – Both Community Based Testing Sites (CBTS) will open the criteria to include testing for no symptoms required for first responders, DART drivers, healthcare workers, grocery store and essential retail store workers beginning April 20.

The sites operate daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and are located at:

• American Airlines Center, Parking Lot E, 2500 Victory Plaza

• Ellis Davis Field House, 9191 S Polk St.

Criteria for testing sites: 

• Must have temperature of 99.6 or higher and shortness of breath or cough; OR

• Anyone 65-years-old or older; OR

• Anyone with chronic health issues (diabetes, asthma, heart issues, etc.); OR

• Any first responders, DART drivers, healthcare workers, grocery store and essential retail store workers

For more information on the CBTS and City resources, visit

Former  Glenn Heights Testing Sites