MISSOULA — Local health officials have announced the opening of a new service to help testing for COVID-19.
The Missoula County COVID-19 Testing Center will launch on April 7, according to the Missoula City-County Health Department.
Incident Commander Cindy Farr will detail the new service, and Dr. Robert Stenger of the Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana and the Missoula City-County Health Board will discuss the role of the board and the role of resident physicians in the clinic at a Monday news conference.
The briefing will take place at 3 p.m. on Monday to discuss the new service.
The participants will be:
- Mayor John Engen
- Missoula County Commission Chairman Josh Slotnick
- Cindy Farr, Missoula City-County Health Department, Incident Commander for COVID-19 Incident Response Team
- Dr. Robert Stenger, physician, Missoula City-County Health Board
These leaders will be on hand to answer general questions from news reporters:
- Corey Aldridge, General Manager, Mountain Line
- Dean French, CEO, Community Medical Center
- Joyce Dombrouski, Chief Executive, Providence Montana
- Seth Bodnar, President, University of Montana
- Laurie Francis, Partnership Health Center Executive Director
- Rob Watson, Superintendent, Missoula County Public Schools
- Adriane Beck, Director, Missoula County Office of Emergency Management