At-Home Testing Kits for NJ Residents
The New Jersey Department of Health and Vault Medical Services have partnered to provide free COVID-19 testing kits to NJ residents. In addition to traditional COVID-19 testing at sites throughout the state, ordering a home test may be more convenient for people who have trouble leaving the house to get tested.
To order a kit, any NJ resident can use this link: learn.vaulthealth.com/nj/. The registration process takes less than five minutes. No health insurance is required. The only necessary information is your COVID vaccine status, your name, and address. The saliva test must be sent through UPS to a lab for results that take approximately 48 hours.
Where to Get Tested
Due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in New Jersey, Cooper is seeing a significant increase in requests for testing. To avoid long lines, please schedule an appointment for the following testing sites on myCooper. You do not need to be a Cooper patient to get tested at these sites.
Individuals should not go to the emergency room for COVID-19 testing, only for treatment when sick.
- Cooper University Hospital, 300 Broadway, Camden, NJ 08013
(At the intersection of Broadway and Stevens Street. Follow the signs; do not drive into parking garage.)
Monday through Friday: 9:15 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to noon
Appointments strongly encouraged.
- Cooper Specialty Care at Cherry Hill, 2339 Rte. 70 E, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
(Enter via front door and follow the signs.)
This location is only for those without symptoms
Monday, Tuesday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday: 8 a.m. to noon
Testing at this location is by appointment only.
Medical insurance will be billed for COVID testing.
If you are experiencing a fever and/or any respiratory symptoms such as shortness of breath or cough, please call your primary care physician for further instructions. To schedule an appointment with a Cooper primary care provider, call 800.826.6737 or request an appointment online.
Cooper Urgent Care offers COVID-19 nasal swab testing (also known as PCR) at each of our three locations in Audubon, Cherry Hill, and Cinnaminson. Testing at Urgent Care requires a complete exam, and is subject to any applicable visit charges and co-pays, depending on your insurance.
Inpatients at Cooper University Hospital in Camden
Cooper is conducting COVID-19 testing in the hospital for currently hospitalized patients only.
Camden County First Responders
Cooper University Health Care offers testing for Camden County law enforcement and first responders from all levels of government based in and around Camden.
Other Testing Locations
For other testing locations that may be closer to your home, please visit the Camden County website, Burlington County website, or Gloucester County website for more information on dates, times, locations, and eligibility.