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COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 continues to evolve as a public health issue for our community.

Sto-Rox Neighborhood Health Council is actively engaged with the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Allegheny County Department of Health. If you are a patient of Sto-Rox Family Health Center or Hilltop Community Health Center, with mild to severe respiratory illness with symptoms of fever, cough, shortness of breath, please call our office at 412-771-6462 (McKees Rocks) or 412-431-3520 (Hilltop) to speak with a nurse or schedule an appointment.

Get the facts and find out what you can do to keep you and your family safe. 


Covid-19 Vaccine Information

Sto-Rox Neighborhood Health Council (SRNHC) is currently providing the Moderna, Jansen (J&J), and Pfizer vaccines. Vaccine may be given during regular appointments or during a scheduled vaccine clinic. To protect your health, and the health of the community, we strongly encourage COVID-19 vaccination to all without medical contraindications.

If you would like us to contact you to schedule for a vaccine clinic, please call 412-489-8003 to schedule an appointment or Click “Vaccine Survey Form” below to complete the survey form which will place you on the wait list.

Vaccine Survey Form


Covid-19 Testing Information

Sto-Rox Neighborhood Health Council is a partner with the Allegheny County Health Department to provide accessible COVID-19 testing.

Schedule Testing

The link provides information about available testing at multiple locations across Allegheny County, including SRNHC health center sites.

We offer a very simple “self-test” to all.  You will be swabbing the inside of your mouth to collect a sample.  To ensure you have the most successful test experience (and results) possible, please remember the following:

  • Have your mask on when you arrive.
  • Maintain 6 feet distance from others
  • Do not smoke, vape, eat, chew snuff, or chew gum within 20 minutes of the test.
  • At the time of the testing, you will be asked to cough (5) hard, deep times before collecting your sample.

We suggest that you arrive early and if you have a smartphone, please bring it with you for registration purposes while you wait in line. Test results will be sent to your email, usually within 3- 5 days following your test.  


If You Test Positive for Covid

1.        Isolate yourself              

  •  Do not leave your home. 
  •  If you live with others, try to stay away from them as much as possible. 
  •  If you must be around others in your home, wear a mask.
  •  Do not share utensils, plates, cups, etc.
  •  Disinfect surfaces in the household
  •  Improve ventilation in home – open windows if possible

2.       Notify your close contacts

  • Close contacts are people who you have been within 6 feet of for more than an accumulated 15 minutes over a 24 hour period up to 2 days before your symptoms started.
  •  Close contacts should notify their PCP to discuss their need for testing and quarantine.

3.       Take care of yourself

  • Monitor your symptoms
  •  Get rest and hydration
  •  Stay in contact with your PCP
  •   If you believe that you have an emergency, call 911 and notify them that you have CoVID

4.       Know when it is safe to end isolation and extra precautions

  •   If you had symptoms, it is safe to end your isolation after:
  •  » 10 days since your symptoms first appeared AND
  • » 24 hours with no fever without fever-reducing medications like ibuprofen AND
  • » Your other symptoms of COVID-19 are improving
  • If you never had symptoms, it is safe to end your isolation 10 days after the date of your first positive COVID-19 test