Coronavirus (COVID-19) Screening Clinics

Getting tested means you keep yourself, family and community safe.

Please note: Clinics will be closed on Friday, 23rd October 2020 and Tuesday, 3rd November 2020.

In response to the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the community, EACH has established Coronavirus (COVID-19) Screening Clinics across the outer eastern region of Melbourne.

The Clinics provide safe rapid response screening services for people to get tested for COVID-19. Screenings are for anyone who is experiencing COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms and do not require immediate emergency level care. We provide COVID-19 testing in Ringwood, Ferntree Gully, Lilydale, Yarra Junction and Emerald.


Please note: As we are an essential health service, we will continue to operate within Stage 4 restrictions. Travelling more than five kilometres from your home to visit one of our clinics is allowed under the restrictions as it is medical care.

When there is an increase in demand for testing, there may be delays in providing screenings. We recommend you pre-register by calling 1300 219 449, if you’re going to drop in, please come as early in the day as possible so we can try our best to see you.

If you or a loved one are experiencing cold/flu-like symptoms, please visit one of our clinics to be screened for COVID-19:

Please note: Clinics will be closed on Friday, 23rd October 2020 and Tuesday, 3rd November 2020.

46 Warrandyte Road, Ringwood
Mon-Fri: 8.30am – 12pm / 1pm -4pm
1300 219 449

Ferntree Gully
72 Francis Crescent, Ferntree Gully
Mon-Fri: 9am – 12.45pm / 1.15pm – 3:30pm
1300 219 449

18-22 Lakeview Drive, Lilydale
Mon-Fri: 9am – 12.45pm / 1.15pm – 3:30pm
1300 219 449

Yarra Junction
2468 Warburton Highway, Yarra Junction
Mon-Fri: 9am – 12pm / 12.30pm – 3pm
1300 219 449

402 Belgrave/Gembrook Road, Emerald
Mon-Fri: 9am – 12.45pm 1.15pm – 3pm
1300 219 449


Who can get tested?

If you are experiencing COVID-19 or Flu-like symptoms, however mild, you should get tested.

The symptoms to watch out for are:








Sore throat



Runny nose



Shortness of breath



Loss of sense of smell


To get further advice, contact the 24-hour Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398, your general practitioner or use this online self-assessment tool.

What does it cost?

Getting tested for COVID-19 is free; all you need is your Medicare card.

What does testing involve?

The test involves taking a sample swab from the back of your throat and nose.

Once the test is complete, your sample is sent to a laboratory and tested to see if you have coronavirus (COVID-19).

What to do after getting tested?

As you have symptoms of COVID-19 there is a significant risk that you could have COVID-19 and could spread it to other people.

Therefore, you must:

  • Return home immediately after being tested;
  • Wear a face covering on your way home;
  • Ensure you do not make any stops on your way home, and
  • Remain in Self-Isolation at home until you find out your test result.


Results generally take 3-5 business days.

When there are high volumes of tests done across Victoria, there can be delays in tests being processed. We are working with pathology services to get results to you, this can take in excess of 7 business days. Please contact us for more information.

Keeping Safe

The health and well-being of our clients, staff and the wider community, remains our highest priority.

In setting up Screening Clinics, we have put in place strict medical and clinical protocols to ensure that the highest level of care is provided.

Furthermore, we have implemented measures that bolster our existing Health & Safety protocols that include:

  • Increased cleaning schedule focusing on high volume touchpoints
  • Increased hand sanitiser available at our centres
  • Pre-screening of all people accessing the services in accordance with Department of Health guidelines
  • Waiting room configurations to allow for social distancing on site

Partners In Wellbeing – Mental Health Support

It’s natural to feel a range of emotions, such as stress, worry, anxiety or feeling low during events like the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you are not coping or have been feeling distressed, anxious or down, help is available through the Partners in Wellbeing service. The service offers free one-on-one support to help you improve your wellbeing, develop strategies to cope and provide emotional support when and as you need it. View full details here:



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