UVA COVID-19 Clinic
1st Floor, Room 1101A
1300 Jefferson Park Ave
Charlottesville, VA 22903Directions
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Parking: Free with validation, using your parking ticket when you register at your appointment. Use the Lee Street and 11th Street parking garages.
JAUNT, Inc. and Charlottesville Area Transit (CAT) will offer transportation at no cost for individuals needing transportation assistance to and from vaccination appointments.
Patient Drop Off: The clinic has a drop off area in front of the main entrance. Wheel chairs are available for all who need assistance. Call ahead if special assistance is needed to attend your appointment.
The UVA COVID-19 clinic offers preventative care, testing, and treatment for COVID-19. Masks are required at this clinic. You must schedule an appointment. No walk-ins allowed.
COVID testing is available at this clinic by referral only. This nasal COVID test usually provides results in 24 hours or less. You can find the results in MyChart. Talk to a clinic team member if you do not have MyChart.
We can also test you for other respiratory illnesses such as the flu and strep at the same time with a test order from your referring provider.
Learn more about COVID-19 testing.
Other COVID Services
If you are COVID positive or suspected to have COVID, your provider may send you to this clinic for x-rays and lab services.
We no longer offer COVID vaccines at this location. You can schedule your first dose at UVA Outpatient Pharmacy at the Education Resource Center during the week from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Call 434.297.4829 to schedule your appointment.
Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine.
We offer the only FDA-authorized outpatient treatment for people with COVID-19 who are at higher risk of progressing to severe symptoms. It’s administered by an IV infusion and the treatment visit lasts about 3-4 hours. You will need a referral from your provider to receive this treatment.
Non-UVA Providers can complete this form and fax to 434.243.9800.
Children 12 years and older are eligible. Learn more about monoclonal antibody treatment.