If you are you currently experiencing any of these issues, please call 911 immediately or visit an Emergency Department.
- Severe difficulty breathing (struggling for each breath, can only speak in single words)
- Severe chest pain (constant tightness or crushing sensation)
- Feeling confused or unsure of where you are
- Losing consciousness
WHO SHOULD VISIT A CLINICAL ASSESSMENT CENTRE?
You should book a clinical assessment if you know or suspect that you have COVID-19 and you:
- have been directed by your primary care provider or other health care professional; or
- are unable to safely monitor your symptoms at home; or
- have worsening symptoms; or
- are at higher risk of severe illness
Patients who are at higher risk and receive a positive test result should contact a health care professional to be assessed as soon as possible. These patients should either:
- contact their primary care provider;
- call Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000; or
- visit a COVID-19 clinical assessment centre
Your appointment will include a health assessment, where you will be informed of the best course of action to recover from your symptoms. Please note you may not get a COVID-19 test, only those meeting provincial eligibility criteria will be tested. Please visit this site for more details.
If this is for a child under 2 years old, please go to your nearest hospital. Our clinic cannot properly assess children under 2 years old.
Antiviral Treatment (Paxlovid): Paxlovid is given to people who are at higher risk of serious illness from COVID-19. Your risk of serious illness is determined based on a combination of your health, age, vaccination status, and an assessment from a health care provider. You might be at higher risk if you are:
- immunocompromised (have an immune system that is weakened by a health condition or medications);
- 70 years of age and older;
- 60 year of age and older with less than three vaccine doses;
- 18 years of age or older with less than three vaccine doses and at least one risk condition
Don’t delay or wait for your symptoms to become severe. Paxlovid must be taken within 5 days of the start of symptoms to be effective. Take the COVID-19 antiviral treatment screener to determine if you may benefit from these treatments OR book an assessment below.
If possible, please bring with you:
- Complete Medication List
- Contact your family doctor to get your most recent eGFR & Creatinine levels
Please be advised, if you are a potential candidate for antiviral treatment, your appointment may take up to an hour. Please plan accordingly.
Due to increased demand and the increased length of visits, there may be no appointments available on our website. If this is the case, please visit the following website to find other clinical assessment centres in your area: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/assessment-centre-locations
For further information about antiviral treatments and how to get it, visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/covid-19-antiviral-treatment
Location Address: 36 vodden st. east – suite 305, brampton, on, l6v 4h4
Hours of Operation
Tuesday 8am – 2pm
Wednesday 10am – 4pm
Thursday 11:30am – 5:30pm
Friday 10am – 4pm
WE ARE CLOSED ON THE FOLLOWING DAYS:
Wednesday June 22
Wednesday June 29
Please click on the following link to find other COVID-19 Assessment Centre’s in your area: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/assessment-centre-locations
Click the link below to see available appointment times. If you are having difficulty booking, please call our office at 905-453-1453.
Our aim is to support those most at risk in our community. As such we aim to accommodate a few walk-in appointments each day. These spots will be reserved for those who require accommodation or are unable to access the online booking form.
There are several other testing and/or assessment centres in the region. Visit this website to find a location near you.
Get Your Test Results
Please do not call our office to obtain your results.
If you have an Ontario Health Card and presented it at the clinic, you can obtain your results here from this website.
If your result is positive you will receive a call from Public Health and one of our team members once we have your results.
If you do not have health care number one of our team members will call you once we have your results.
TO STAY WELL
- Get Vaccinated.
- Wear a mask.
- Wash your hands often.
- Maintain 2m (or 6 feet) distance from others when in public.
- Avoid mass gatherings.