Questions and answers about Covid-19
testing at Cochran Chapel
Where is the testing done?
Cochran Chapel United Methodist Church is at 9027 Midway Road, in the southwest quadrant of the
intersection with Northwest Highway. Access to the testing area is through the entrance off Midway.
If the parking area becomes too crowded, overflow parking will be available at Oak Hills Academy (9407 Midway Road, north of the church), and you will be notified to return to the church campus for your turn.
When is testing available?
Testing is offered Mondays throughout July from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. In the event of rain, testing may be canceled. Call (214) 352-4889 to inquire about testing status that day or consult the home page of this website.
Admittance may have to be restricted or ended early, depending on demand.
Who may come?
All are welcome. You do not need a referral or to have exhibited symptoms in order to be tested.
What is the cost?
Testing is free.
What do I need to bring?
Please bring a form of identification (preferably a driver’s license) and your insurance or Medicaid card
as well as reading material and a bottle of water (there is a wait time, and it gets hot outside).
What should I expect?
Please expect things to be very crowded, as lots of people are trying to get tested. There will be
volunteers on site to help you through the process, so we ask that you follow their directions and treat
them with kindness–they are here to help everyone. You should also expect to wait in your car for your
number to be called to start the process. The system works well when everyone is patient and takes
their turn. It might take as long as an hour and a half or more to wait and be tested.
When and how will I get my results?
Due to high testing demand, it can take up to seven days for your results to be available. You will be
given the option to set up an account online and receive your results through a portal.
Who is making testing available?
Free community COVID-19 testing is provided by Project Unity, Catalyst Health Network, and Clinical
Pathology Labs in partnership with Friendship West Church, St. Luke United Methodist Church (UMC),
Disciple Central Community Church (DC3), Hamilton Park UMC, and Cochran Chapel UMC.
Where can I go to get more information?
Please visit https://www.projectunity.net/together-we-test/ for more information about testing.
Photo by Anshu A