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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Screening Clinics Information

Peninsula Health is operating COVID-19 Screening Clinics across Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula which offer both rapid antigen tests and PCR testing.

Rapid antigen test distribution centre

John Madder Hall, 12-14 Hastings Road, Frankston

Open daily 7:15 am – 6pm | Walk Through | View on map

Members of the public are now able to collect free rapid antigen tests from John Madder Hall and all our testing clinics. Rapid antigen tests can be done at home by yourself. Most will provide you with a result in 15 to 30 minutes.

When should I get a rapid antigen test?

  • Most people should get a rapid antigen test as their first option, particularly if you have symptoms or you are a contact of someone who has COVID-19.
    • If you have symptoms or you are a household or household-like contact who must get tested, and you can’t access a rapid antigen test, you can get a PCR test.

More information is available on the Coronavirus Victoria website.  

COVID-19 Screening Clinics 

There are a number of Peninsula Health run COVID-19 Screening Clinics across Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula offering PCR testing and rapid antigen tests. Follow the signs when you arrive. Staff will be available to help when you arrive.

Before arriving at one of our Screening Clinics

Step 1 Check if you need to be tested – information on symptoms and more is available here.
Step 2 Complete your COVID-19 Testing Registration before you arrive by clicking hereyou will be directed to an online form to fill in your details. If you don’t have access to a smart phone or computer we will assist you to fill in the form when you arrive.
Step 3 Record your URN number – you will  be sent a text message with your URN number after completing the form, please keep this safe and bring it with you to our screening clinics. You can also use this number again if you need another test within 3 months. 

Screening Clinic locations

Bruce Park Hall, 1/9N Bondi Avenue, Frankston

Open daily 8:30am – 4pm | Walk through | View on map

Rosebud Hospital Screening Clinic – Eleanora House

Open daily 8:30am – 4pm | Walk through | View on map

Please refer to this map for directions

Mobile Screening Clinics

Week commencing 20/6/22

  • Saturday 25 June, 8:30am-4pm: Hastings Community Health, 185 High Street, Hastings
  • Sunday 26 June, 8:30am-4pm: Mornington Park Pavilion, 9 Flinders Drive, Mornington

Week commencing 27/6/22

  • Monday 27 May, 8:30 – 4pm: Somerville Mechanics Hall, 66 Station Street, Somerville
  • Monday 27 May, 8:30 – 4pm: Langwarrin Community Hall, 2/183N Cranbourne – Frankston Road, Langwarrin
  • Monday 27 May, 8:30 – 4pm: Hastings Community Health, 185 High Street, Hastings 
  • Tuesday 28 May,  8:30-4pm: Bittern Memorial Centre, 105 Henderson’s Road, Bittern
  • Wednesday 29 June, 8:30-4pm: Baxter Community Hall, 211 Baxter Tooradin Road, Baxter
  • Thursday 30 June, 8:30am-4pm: Langwarrin Community Hall, 2/183N Cranbourne – Frankston Road, Langwarrin
  • Friday 1 July, 8:30am-4pm: Mornington Park Pavilion, 9 Flinders Drive, Mornington
  • Friday 1 July, 8:30 – 4pm: Hastings Community Health, 185 High Street, Hastings
  • Saturday 2 July, 8:30am-4pm: Hastings Community Health, 185 High Street, Hastings
  • Sunday 3 July, 8:30am-4pm: Mornington Park Pavilion, 9 Flinders Drive, Mornington

Locations, dates and times will be updated on this page as they become available. 

For more information, go to the Department of Health website or call the hotline 1800 675 398.

Screening Test Results

  • You should get your test results within 2 days of being tested. Sometimes there are delays and it can take longer.
  • 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.
  • If you haven’t received your results within the above time-frame, you can contact the Coronavirus Test Results Hotline on 1800 573 222.

Further Covid-19 resources