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Covid-19 Screening Clinic details for Frankston and Rosebud Hospitals.

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Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Screening Clinic Information

Peninsula Health has three Covid-19 Screening Clinics. The clinics screen people who meet the case definition provided by the Department of Health and Human Services. You can complete the Department of Health and Human Services online self-assessment to see if it is recommended you are tested for Covid-19.

Drive Through Screening Clinic – Monash University Peninsula Campus, Moorooduc Highway, Frankston

The Drive Through Screening Clinic is open daily 8.30am-4pm.

Access the Drive Through Clinic via the main entrances to the university campus on Moorooduc Highway. When you arrive, please remain in the car and be cautious of others whilst driving around the car park.

We ask that children under the age of 5 who are in need of testing continue to present to our testing centres at John Madder Hall (Frankston Hospital) and Eleanora House (Rosebud Hospital) as it is challenging to obtain a suitable sample from children in this age group in a car.

Frankston Hospital Screening Clinic – John Madder Hall

Open daily 9am-8pm.

The Clinic is located at 12 Hastings Road, Frankston. Please refer to this map for directions. Follow the signs when you arrive as entry is separate to the main hospital entrance. Staff will be available to help when you arrive. Limited parking is available next to the clinic.

Rosebud Hospital Screening Clinic – Eleanora House

Open daily 8.30am-5pm.

The Rosebud Hospital Clinic is located at Eleanora House. Please refer to this map for directions. Follow the signs when you arrive as entry is separate to the main hospital entrance. Staff will be available to help when you arrive.

For more information, go to the Department of Health and Human Services website or call the hotline 1800 675 398. The Department of Health and Human Services also has Coronavirus information available in 52 languages other than English. There are also resources specifically for Aboriginal Communities available here.

Screening Test Results

∙ Results will be available after five to seven days

∙ Patients who test positive will be contacted directly, and provided with further information on the next steps they will need to take

∙ Patients who test negative will receive a text message on their mobile phone

∙ If you do not have a mobile phone, you will be contacted directly, and provided your test result