COVID-19 Testing & Resources

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Lee Street First Church of God is not only concerned about your spiritual well-being, we are concerned about your well-being holistically.

In the event of an emergency, please call 911. If you believe you are experiencing Coronavirus symptoms, please get tested. Lee Street First Church of God has provided resources you may find helpful while navigating these uncertain times of the COVID-19 era.

Have a general question about COVID-19?


Call the DHEC Care Line at 1-855-472-3432 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily.





Local COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Testing Sites


South Carolina Hospital Association

https://scha.org/news/hospitals-creating-drive-thru-specimen-collection-sites-to-combat-coronavirus/

Here are the current appointment only drive-thru sites that SCHA is aware of—we’ll update this list as more information comes in:


MUSC Health (Charleston / Lowcountry)

Prisma Health Richland (Columbia / Midlands)

Self Regional Healthcare (Greenwood / Midlands and/or Upstate)

MUSC Health Lancaster Medical Center (Lancaster / Upstate)

AnMed Health Women’s and Children Hospital (Anderson / Upstate)

Beaufort Memorial Hospital (Beaufort / Lowcountry)

McLeod Regional Medical Center of the Pee Dee (Florence / Pee Dee)

McLeod Health Clarendon (Clarendon / Pee Dee)

McLeod Health Cheraw (Cheraw / Upstate)

McLeod Loris (Loris / Pee Dee)

McLeod Seacoast (Little River / Pee Dee)

McLeod Medical Center Dillon (Dillon / Pee Dee)

Update: DHEC is now publishing the locations of both specimen collection and alternate care sites on an interactive map on their website.

Source: South Carolina Hospital Association

Local Testing Hospitals and Testing Sites

McLeod Health

https://www.mcleodhealth.org/coronavirus/coronavirus-overview/

McLeod Regional Medical Center of the Pee Dee (Florence / Pee Dee)

McLeod Health Clarendon (Clarendon / Pee Dee)

McLeod Health Cheraw (Cheraw / Upstate)

McLeod Loris (Loris / Pee Dee)

McLeod Seacoast (Little River / Pee Dee)

McLeod Medical Center Dillon (Dillon / Pee Dee)


What to Do if you Feel Sick (COVID-19)

telehealth virtual care providers in South Carolina.

You can also use Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Coronavirus Self-Checker to help you make decisions and see appropriate medical care.

Most people have mild illness and can recover at home. Monitor yourself for worsening symptoms, and if you are getting sicker, call your healthcare provider. If you have an emergency warning sign, such as trouble breathing, call 911.

Those who are charged with caring for a family member, friend, or neighbor who is at greater risk for becoming ill are asked to follow information provided by CDC and DHEC to safely provide this care at home. If you are caring for yourself at home, click here.

When to Seek Medical Attention

If you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19, call 911 for immediate medical attention. Emergency warning signs include*:

  • Trouble breathing
  • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
  • New confusion or inability to arouse
  • Bluish lips or face

*This list is not all inclusive. Please consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning.


Source: South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control