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COVID-19 Testing

Use the NSW Health Clinic Finder to find testing locations near you, and book an appointment (if applicable).

GP-led COVID-19 Respiratory Clinics

GP Respiratory Clinics in Hazelbrook, Penrith and Windsor can assess people with mild to moderate respiratory symptoms (including fever, sore throat, cough and shortness of breath) and test for COVID-19. Clinics can also now manage COVID-19 positive patients with mild to moderate symptoms, and other respiratory conditions, including influenza and pneumonia. 

Test results will be provided to the patient by phone or SMS (both positive and negative tests) and will also be sent to the patient’s usual GP by the pathologist.

Patients who attend these clinics will receive clinical advice on how to best manage their respiratory symptoms and will be referred back to their usual GP for ongoing treatment via telehealth.

Patients MUST make an appointment online prior to attending a GP-led COVID Respiratory Clinic.

Patients DO NOT need a GP Referral before attending the clinic, but are recommended to discuss their symptoms with their GP in a telehealth consultation first. The clinic is free of charge to all patients and a medicare card is not required to use this service (although personal identification is required).

Hazelbrook GP Respiratory Clinic

Hazelbrook General Practice, 9 Rosedale Avenue, Hazelbrook
Open Monday to Friday for testing from 1.30-5.30pm. Book online.

    Penrith GP Respiratory Clinic

    Our Medical Home, Homemaker Centre, 2227 Wolseley Street, Jamisontown
    Open Monday to Friday for testing from 9:00-1.00pm. Book online

    Windsor GP Respiratory Clinic

    2 Kable St, Windsor (previously located at 6 Kable St, Windsor)
    Open Monday to Friday for testing from 1.30-5.30pm. Book online.

      Additional Testing Resources

      • Coronavirus Health Information Line: 1800 020 080
      • NSW Health Support Line: 1800 960 933 from 8:30 am - 8:30 pm - 7 days a week, including public holidays.
      • For information about testing positive, how to manage COVID-19 safelty at home and isolation requirements you can visit the NSW Health website, or see the patient resource list on our Caring for COVID-Positive Patients in the Community page.