For more information on testing guidelines, please visit the
Ontario Government Website.
Starting September 25, you may have the option to get tested for COVID-19 at
a participating pharmacy only if you are both:
You will need to call a participating pharmacy to book an appointment.
If you think you’ve been exposed to COVID-19 but the above criteria
does not apply to you, speak with your health care provider.
Please continue to follow public health measures, including wearing a face covering,
washing your hands frequently and maintaining physical distance from people outside your household or social circle.
You must register online for an appointment at our COVID-19 Assessment Centre.
Once you have registered you will receive a phone call from a healthcare provider to discuss your test and schedule an appointment. It may take up to 12 hours to receive a call.
Please do not come to our assessment centre until you have registered and spoken with a Women’s College healthcare provider.
Women’s College Hospital may provide you with registration information via email. Please note that emails between you and Women’s College Hospital are not encrypted; therefore we cannot guarantee your confidentiality in email. Messages may be forged, forwarded, or seen by others using the internet. Emails are used only with your permission and at your own risk.
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A clinician from Women’s College Hospital will contact you by phone. Please do not come to the hospital until you have spoken to a clinician by phone.
If you have questions or concerns about your health, call your primary care provider (for example, family doctor) or Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000.
Learn more about COVID-19 self-monitoring.
We’re sorry - we have reached the daily registration limit at our COVID-19 Assessment Centre for today.
Online registration opens every day at 6 a.m. We accept 600 registrations per day. Please try again tomorrow.