COVID-19 Assessment Centres

When should you come to one of THP’s COVID-19 Assessment Centres?

The Government of Ontario has updated the COVID-19 testing guidelines for assessment centres across the province. Get tested at a THP assessment centre only if:

  • You are showing COVID-19 symptoms
  • Your public health unit or the COVID Alert app notifies you that you have been exposed to a confirmed case of the virus
  • You live or work in a setting that has a COVID-19 outbreak, as identified by your local public health unit
  • You live or work in an at-risk setting, such as a long-term care home, homeless shelter or other congregate setting
  • You will be visiting a long-term care home
  • You are eligible for testing as part of a targeted testing initiative as determined by the Ministry of Health or Ministry of Long-Term Care, similar to the earlier campaign to target long-term care home residents

No referrals are required. Health care workers on site will provide advice and direction on next steps.

Targeted testing populations may change and individuals should confirm eligibility with their health care provider before seeking testing.

If you are seeking a test for travel, we cannot guarantee that results will be available within a specific period of time. We are unable to expedite results.

For children under the age of 1 – please visit your nearest Emergency Department to be tested.

Learn more about the testing guidelines at ontario.ca/covidtest and about THP’s COVID-19 Assessment Centres.

When should you go to a pharmacy for a COVID-19 test?

The Government of Ontario has updated the COVID-19 testing guidelines for assessment centres across the province. Get tested get tested for COVID-19 at select pharmacies only if you are not showing symptoms (asymptomatic) and meet any of the following criteria:

  • You are a contact of a confirmed positive case
  • You live or work in an at-risk setting, such as a long-term care home, homeless shelter or other congregate setting
  • You will be visiting a long-term care home
  • You are a worker or resident of a specific outbreak site, including a long-term care home, retirement home or school
  • You are eligible for testing as part of a targeted testing initiative as determined by the Ministry of Health or Ministry of Long-term Care, similar to the earlier campaign to target long-term care homes

Please contact the pharmacy directly to make an appointment.

Learn more about COVID-19 testing in pharmacies and which pharmacies are offering testing.



Dedicated COVID-19 Assessment Centres for the Community

FAST TRACK BY BOOKING AHEAD:
To reduce your wait time at the assessment centre, you can book a scheduled appointment - please click
trilliumhealthpartners.ca/assessment

Due to high demand, we have implemented a daily cap of 250 appointment registrations. A message will be displayed on the registration form when the maximum registration limit is reached. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Please note: Due to significant demand, this service is available Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. until the registration cap is met. Once you have completed your virtual consultation, you will be contacted by THP staff within 48-72 hours to book your appointment.

COVID-19 Assessment Centres
Locations and hours of operation

Credit Valley Hospital

Valley House

2200 Eglinton Ave West
Mississauga, ON, L5M 2N1

Hours of Operation
8:30 a.m - 7:30 p.m.

Mississauga Hospital

Clinical Administrative Building

15 Bronte College Court
Mississauga, ON, L5B 1M9

Hours of Operation
8:30 a.m - 7:30 p.m.

Credit Valley Hospital Drive Thru

Level 1 Main Parking Garage

2200 Eglinton Ave West
Mississauga, ON, L5M 2N1

Hours of Operation
8:30 a.m - 7:30 p.m.

(Enter off Credit Valley Rd. nearest Eglinton Ave. W)


Resources

COVID-19 testing for younger patients

We’ve created resources to help explain COVID-19 testing to younger patients and how caregivers can offer support.


Test Results

Accessing your COVID-19 test results

Test results are available to view and print on the provincial COVID-19 website with a valid Ontario Health card. These results may be available within 3 to 7 days. Please check the provincial COVID-19 website for your result. If you do not have a valid heath card or cannot find your results on the COVID-19 website after 7 days, please call 905-848-7122 for more information.

POSITIVE RESULT

If you have a positive result you will be notified by phone and your result will be available on the provincial COVID-19 website

NEGATIVE RESULT

Negative results will be available on the provincial COVID-19 website.

Due to a high volume of tests it may take several days for your result to be posted.
Please note, we are not able to fast-track or expedite test results.

Until you receive your result, please continue to follow the advice provided by your primary care provider, the Emergency Department, or the COVID-19 Assessment Centre staff.

Need a copy of your test result for travel, to visit a long term care facility or other purpose?

Your test results are available to view and print on the provincial website with a valid Ontario Health Card within 3 to 7 days of your test. 

If you do not have a health card, you will need to complete a Release of Information form to obtain a copy of your test results. Once you have completed the form, email to ReleaseOfInformation@thp.ca with the required documentation. Please note that based on high demand, additional time is required for this process.

Thank you for your patience.