Area hospitals are providing COVID-19 care to the residents.

Click the links below for more information on how each hospital or clinic is handling COVID-19:

Northern Inyo Hospital

Southern Inyo Hospital & Clinic

Toiyabe Indian Health Project

Mammoth Hospital

Verily Testing

Inyo County Public Health has two community-based testing sites (CBTS) to expand COVID-19 testing for Inyo County residents, supported by the California Department of Public Health and in collaboration with Verily's Baseline COVID-19 Testing Program.

Site information:

  • Bishop: Church of the Nazarene parking lot, 900 W Line Street, beginning Wednesday, June 10, 8 AM - 12:45 PM. Testing will continue to be available every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
  • Lone Pine: Lone Pine Sports Complex, 602 N Main Street, beginning Friday, June 12, 8 AM -12:45 PM. Testing will continue to be available every Friday.

Residents can screen their symptoms and make an appointment online for testing using the Baseline COVID-19 Testing Program online screener and appointment scheduling system found at .The screening and testing criteria are based on public health guidelines and may be updated to reflect the latest guidance from public health authorities.

Drive-In Testing at NIH

NIHD’s Rural Health Clinic begins drive-in testing for coronavirus/covid-19

To help identify cases of COVID-19, the Northern Inyo Healthcare District has established drive-in testing for coronavirus at the District’s Rural Health Clinic (RHC).

The drive-in operates during regular clinic hours, 8 a.m.-7 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m.-6 p.m. on Saturday.

Town Hall Meeting

April 9, 2020 - 

A virtual town hall meeting was held with many local representatives and subject matter experts chiming in to discuss COVID-19. Below is a link to the presentation shared by Dr. William Timbers.