The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH) COVID-19 testing clinic

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Testing Clinic at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH)

Testing available for families with school aged children.

TQEH COVID-19 clinic is located near gate 2 and accessible from outside the main hospital building.

Normal opening times are from 9.00am to 5.00 pm, staff will do their best to assess and swab everyone waiting within the clinic’s hours. Wait times vary daily so it is recommended you present before 4.30 pm to allow for line up processing time and testing to be completed by 5.00 pm. Testing for children is only available until 4pm. Pregnant women requiring a test should attend the Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

Visit the Testing for COVID-19 page for more information on who is eligible to get tested.

TQEH testing clinic is shown in the below map. The testing clinic is located near the hospital main entrance.

We recommend if you are driving, you park in the northern open air car park accessible via Gate 2 on Woodville Road. Alternate parking is available via the multideck car park via Gate 5.

Please follow on-site directional signage to the clinic area and do not enter the hospital or café.

If you are feeling worried but well, call the South Australian COVID-19 Information Line on 1800 253 787 or call the South Australian COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line on 1800 632 753.

Important information

In response to the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation, we are reducing visitors to our hospital. For more information about restrictions in place, please visit the Information for the community COVID-19 and Visiting public hospitals pages.

Visitors must not enter our hospital if you are unwell or have a fever, chills, cough, sore throat, runny nose or shortness of breath.

We thank you for your understanding.

For more information

For information about how to get tested and what to do after your test, see the Testing for COVID-19 page.

For more information and resources, visit the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) page.


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