For the skin test, a small amount of testing material is placed just below the top layers of skin, usually on the arm. Two or three days later, a certified health care worker examines the arm to see if a bump has developed. If the bump is a certain size, the test is positive and the person has a TB infection. A chest x-ray is then needed to check the lungs.

In Delaware County, skin tests can be obtained at the following locations:
Southway Urgent care (765-747-1164)
Med Express (765-287-8460)
Concentra Urgent care (765-751-3300) and (765-288-8800)

T-spot and Quantiferon Blood Testing sites:
Lab corp (765-741-5626)
IU Health Ball Hospital (765-741-2902)