On behalf of the entire community and America’s ER, we would like to offer our deepest gratitude to Pastor Steve Bradley and the congregation of StoneBridge Church for generously allowing us to utilize church grounds and facilities to operate our COVID-19 drive-through testing facility. We know organizations and businesses have been anxious to open their doors and begin the slow return to a new normal way of life amidst the pandemic. Pastor Bradley and the executive directors of Stonebridge have decided it is time to re-open the church and begin services on their campus in The Woodlands beginning May 17th. Given the significant infrastructure required for large-scale COVID-19 drive-through testing, as we honor the church’s decision to re-open, drive-through testing at Stonebridge will be suspended indefinitely starting Friday, May 8th at 6pm to provide us enough time to relocate to our new testing facility just 15 minutes away at WoodsEdge Community Church in Creekside on Gosling Road. Our new America’s ER COVID-19 drive-through testing facility will open at WoodsEdge beginning Wednesday, May 13th with usual hours and days of operation, Monday through Saturday, 8am – 6pm (antibody blood testing closes at 5pm).
Since March 31st, America’s ER has provided wide-scale COVID-19 PCR swab and antibody blood testing to anyone with or without symptoms at Stonebridge Church and has tested thousands in the past 5 weeks. Pastor Steve and his congregation have been welcoming, accommodating, and most importantly supportive every step of the way. While we are excited for the church, their leadership, and their congregation, testing must continue in light of Governor Abbotts call to re-open Texas and America’s ER will stay the course as long as we are able. Our new testing facility at WoodsEdge Community Church is open to anyone wishing to be tested, with or without symptoms, regardless of where you live.