Are you sick? Do you have COVID-19 symptoms?
If you are an established Thundermist patient and would like to see your regular primary care provider, call (401) 767-4100 to schedule an appointment.
Anyone that is sick and needs care today can visit Convenient Care, our walk-in medical service.
Convenient Care is open 365 days per year – weekdays 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and weekends and holidays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Are you sick with COVID-19? Do you need treatment?
Use this guide to help manage your symptoms at home. If you are sick with COVID-19, Thundermist offers treatment based on what works best for each individual patient. Treatment can help you from getting sicker and being hospitalized. If you test positive for COVID-19, please call Thundermist (401) 767-4100 and ask to speak to your provider about treatment for COVID-19.

Monoclonal Antibody (MAB) Treatment for COVID-19

Thundermist offers treatment for COVID-19 called monoclonal antibody (MAB) treatment. MAB treatment is fast, easy, and highly effective. It can help you from getting sicker and being hospitalized. If you test positive for COVID-19 and are 65 or older or have an underlying health condition, please call Thundermist (401) 767- 4100 and ask about treatment for COVID-19.

Were you exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19?
It’s important that you wait to get a test until five days after your exposure. For example, if you saw someone on Sunday who tests positive on Tuesday, you should wait until Thursday to get tested. This will provide the most accurate results.

RIDOH Testing in Woonsocket
Thundermist offers rapid and PCR tests in Woonsocket for all patients ages two and up. Results times may vary depending on demand for tests.
You must have an appointment. Make an appointment at or call (401) 222-8022.

Laboratory Tests in West Warwick and South County
Thundermist offers traditional COVID-19 testing in West Warwick and Wakefield. Results take approximately three days. These tests are only available to patients who have been exposed to someone who tested positive or are sick.
You must have an appointment. Call (401) 767-4100 to make an appointment.

Are you a student or staff member of K-12 schools?
Students and employees of K-12 schools should call (844) 857-1814 if they need a test. More information about K-12 testing is available at

  • Parents/guardians, students, and staff are encouraged to schedule an appointment online at to avoid long wait times on the Pre K-12 Test Scheduling line.
  • Parents/guardians, students, and staff should add information about their Pre K-12 affiliation when scheduling a test. State-run test sites have a system in place to prioritize Pre K-12 test processing. Find out more about these tips.