Health Department Testing

The Williamson County Health Department is providing COVID-19 testing following protocols from the CDC and the Tennessee Department of Health.

Testing Options

Williamson County Agricultural Center

Located at 4215 Long Ln, Franklin, TN 37064. Testing will be available in a drive-through fashion on weekday mornings. Entrance to the testing site is located off Long Lane, just past the main entrance to the Agricultural Center. 

Note: The site does NOT use the same entrance or building as what was previously used in the pandemic. Please follow road signs! The map below shows the entrance.

Health Department administered PCR testing:

  • Mondays - Fridays
  • 8 am - 10 am
  • No appointment required
  • To expedite the testing process, you may complete the testing consent form and bring with you to the testing site. The form is available here. If you are unable to print a form, one will be made available to you at the test site.

Everlywell PCR self-test kits:

  • Mondays - Fridays
  • 8 am - 10 am
  • For ages 16+
  • Available for pickup to take home
  • Kit includes mailing supplies and instructions
  • No appointment required
  • One kit per person

Please note that lightning or severe weather may cause the site to be temporarily closed.

Williamson County Health Department Franklin Clinic

Located at 1324 W Main St, Franklin, TN 37064. Everlywell PCR self-test kits can be picked up and taken home anytime during normal clinic hours (8 am - 4:30 pm). The kits including mailing supplies and instructions.

Williamson County Health Department Fairview Clinic

Located at 2629 Fairview Blvd, Fairview, TN 37062. Everlywell PCR self-test kits can be picked up and taken home anytime during normal clinic hours (8 am - 4:30 pm). The kits including mailing supplies and instructions.

Test Results

Current turnaround time for test results is 24-48 hours. If you experience issues, or have additional questions about a negative result, please call 1-866-332-2879. Test results for Everlywell PCR self-test kits will go directly to the individual.

Local health departments will never ask for your financial data or social security information. If you test positive and receive a call from a health department contact tracer, they will ask you to confirm your name, date of birth, and phone number.

Monoclonal Antibodies Infusions Locations

The Tennessee Department of Health has information on monoclonal antibody treatments and locations here.


Entrance to the Ag Center Testing Site

Ag Center Map