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COVID-19 Testing Comes to Paulsboro 5/21/20 Thurs 1pm – 4pm at CAMcare

COVID-19 Testing Comes to Paulsboro 5/21/20 Thurs 1pm – 4pm at CAMcare

COVID-19 Testing Comes to Paulsboro 5/21/20 Thursday 1pm – 4pm at CAMcare, 1315 N Delaware Street, Paulsboro.

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CAMcare Press Release

As the nation’s COVID-19 crisis continues, CAMcare Health Corporation in cooperation with Congressman Donald Norcross’ office and Camden County’s Department of Health, led by Freeholder Director, Louis Cappelli, Jr., will provide COVID-19 testing throughout Camden and Gloucester Counties beginning Monday, May 18, 2020.

CAMcare will now offer appointments for COVID-19 testing to anyone who believes they need one, regardless of their insurance and their ability to pay.

Congressman Norcross stated “Our platform is to put the health and wellness of our constituents first.  Community partners like CAMcare help us achieve that goal.”

CAMcare will operate five walk-up testing sites. Testing is available by appointment or walk-up from 1pm-4 pm. Call 856-536-3266 for an appointment at any CAMcare site.

“Coverage is key with testing.  We are proud that CAMcare is working with us to help our residents get the testing needed to stop the spread of this virus,” says Louis Cappelli, Jr., Freeholder Director.

Testing will be done at the following locations:

CAMcare Gateway, 817 Federal Street, Camden – Monday 1 pm – 4 pm CAMcare East, 2610 Federal Street, Camden – Tuesday 1 pm – 4 pm

CAMcare Clementon, 121 White Horse Pike, Clementon – Wednesday 1pm-4pm

CAMcare Paulsboro, 1315 N Delaware Street, Paulsboro – Thursday 1pm – 4pm

First Nazarene Baptist Church, 1500 8th Street, Camden – Friday 9am-4pm & Saturday 9am-1pm.

“We need to test many more residents to get a better sense of how widespread COVID-19 is in our communities, and to help prevent its spread,” said Mark Roberts, President/CEO of CAMcare Health Corporation.

There is no cost for testing. Residents do not need medical insurance to get tested.

“CAMcare’s mission is to help our friends and neighbors live healthier without considering their ability to pay.  And in a crisis like this, what better way than to provide testing at our centers and in our community!” states Duane Myers, Chairman of the Board of CAMcare.

CAMcare provides Telemedicine appointments, to schedule a Telemedicine visit for routine or follow-up care, call (856) 583-2400.

While you don’t need symptoms to get tested, symptoms that may warrant a test include cough, shortness of breath, fever, chills, fatigue, muscle ache, sore throat, headache, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, recent loss of taste or smell, or confusion, particularly in older adults.