Drive-Thru COVID-19 testing site/ Nomi Health/ Grand Island

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  Nomi Health Opens COVID-19 Testing Site in Grand Island

Orem, UT and Grand Island, NE – September 27, 2021 – Nomi Health, the direct healthcare company coordinating COVID-19 testing and vaccination efforts across the country, today announced the upcoming opening of a drive-thru testing site in Grand Island to accommodate the demand for COVID-19 testing across the Tri-Cities region.

The site will ensure that residents in the Tri-Cities region have access to critical COVID-19 testing as the Delta variant spreads across Nebraska.

The site opens Wednesday, Sept. 29

Address: 1137 South Locust St., Grand Island, NE 68801

Hours: Wednesday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

The site will offer both rapid antigen testing with a 1-hour turn-around time, and PCR testing with a 24-48-hour turnaround time. Samples are processed in a CLIA-certified laboratory using FDA-authorized kits.

People in need of a test are asked to bring an insurance card if they have one. If they do not have insurance, they will not be turned away. Appointments are preferred but not required. Those in need of a test are asked to register in advance by visiting:

 “Since the end of the COVID-19 Emergency Declaration, we have not offered testing at the Health Department,” said Teresa Anderson, health director of the Central District Health Department. “We saw a need and welcome Nomi. Our hope is this drive-through clinic becomes a resource for the tri-cities as we continue to battle COVID-19.”

About Nomi Health 

The way we pay and deliver healthcare in America today is fundamentally broken, burdened by layers of avoidable inefficiencies that drive up costs and create unnecessary delays in care. Founded in 2019, Nomi Health is a direct healthcare company with a simple yet bold mission: rewire how we pay for and deliver healthcare to create a more cost-effective — and simply effective — experience for employers, patients and providers alike. Our COVID-19 public health testing and vaccine programs are a perfect example of a more direct, digital-first health care model at work. Find out more at


Teresa Anderson | Central District Health Department director | 308.385.5175

Reece Ristau | | 402.321.7832 (cell) | OBI Creative for Nomi

“Healthy people, Healthy communities!”  1137 S Locust St • Grand Island, NE 68801

Telephone: (308) 385-5175 • Fax: (308) 385-5181



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