The Bernards Township Health Department has scheduled a COVID-19 testing clinic for Thursday, August 5, 2021, at Bernards Township Community Center located at 289 South Maple Street in Basking Ridge, NJ starting at 9:00 a.m. The PCR test for Covid-19 will be performed by WellCare.
Appointments can be scheduled in advance at: https://wellcaretccm.com/
**Walk-ins are welcome, but last appointment will be seen at 4:00 p.m.**
Testing is fast, safe, and efficient and takes approximately 5-10 minutes. All results of the lab test will be delivered by phone and a hard copy is available upon request. WellCare will provide client with information on how the result can be obtained.
All participants must remain in their vehicle until their appointment time and wear a mask or face covering during registration and testing. To be tested, participants need to present a state-issued photo ID or driver’s license for identification and their medical insurance cards if they have insurance. Screening will be conducted which includes answering questions and checking vital signs.
With medical insurance there is no cost for participating in the COVID-19 testing event. Only diagnostic medical services covered by your medical insurance will be performed.
For additional information, call the Bernards Township Health Department at (908) 204-3070.
The Bernards Township Health Department is the contractual health agency for Bernards Township, Bernardsville Borough, Chester Borough, Long Hill Township, Mendham Borough, and Peapack and Gladstone Borough.
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OWLZ is Hilltop's very own Outdoor Wilderness Learning Zone. James McManus, a Hilltop alum & Eagle Scout, dedicated his Eagle Scout project to the betterment of Hilltop School. His project created a wood-chipped trail from the Steven Crowe Garden to a series of outdoor classrooms, where students and teachers are able to utilize the vast unused outdoor space to enhance their curricular experiences. McManus worked in conjunction with HELP to make the trails and learning zones come to life.
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