COVID-19 Clinic Information
Please note: Our drive-through clinics may temporarily close at short notice due to severe weather including heavy rain, flooding, extreme heat, thunderstorms, and high winds.
Where are NBMLHD COVID-19 Clinics?
- Regatta Centre Drive-through Clinic, Sydney International Regatta Centre (enter via Gate B, Old Castlereagh Road, Castlereagh), 9am to 4pm, seven days a week.
- Nepean Hospital Walk-in testing Clinic 9am to 1230pm and 1pm to 4pm (go to exterior of West Block entry), seven days a week. If you can, we prefer you attend one of our drive-through clinics, where you can remain in the comfort of your car.
- Penrith Drive-through Clinic at Club Paceway has closed.
The Regatta Centre Drive-through Clinic has been expanded to cater to residents in the Penrith area and its surrounds.
- Blue Mountains Hospital Drive-through Clinic (enter via Woodlands Road), 9am to 1215pm and 1pm to 4pm, seven days a week.
- Hawkesbury Showground Drive-through Clinic at Clarendon has closed. Free testing clinics, operated by other health care providers, are nearby in Windsor and Richmond. To find your nearest testing service, visit NSW Health COVID-19 Clinics.
- Lithgow Hospital Walk-in Clinic, 9am to 12pm & 1pm to 4pm, Monday to Friday.
(This COVID clinic will close early at 1pm on Friday 7 May.)
Are there other Clinics available?
In addition to our clinics, there are also GP-led respiratory clinics in the Penrith, Hawkesbury and Blue Mountains areas. You do not need a referral for the GP-led clinics. If your GP has given you a referral for a COVID-19 test you can attend some private pathology centres and be tested there.
You may also attend a walk-in and drive-through clinic operating at the Koolyangarra Aboriginal Family Centre in Cranebrook. No referral is required. Download the flyer here.
When should I be tested?
Our Clinics are for anyone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
COVID-19 symptoms include:
- tiredness (fatigue)
- sore throat
- shortness of breath
Other reported symptoms of COVID-19 include loss of smell, loss of taste, runny nose, muscle pain, joint pain, diarrhoea, nausea/vomiting and loss of appetite.
You should also attend this Clinic if your GP or the Public Health Unit has asked you to get a test.
Health care workers, aged care workers or workers in other high risk or residential care settings with symptoms are urged to come forward immediately for testing, and to make sure they let our staff know their occupational status.
Please bring along your Medicare card to assist with the registration process.
How do I get my test results?
If you have been tested at one of our COVID-19 clinics your results will be sent to your mobile usually within 24 hours.
Please remember, to receive your results you must register your mobile by sending the words ‘my result’ to 0480 050 018.
You will immediately receive an SMS response asking you to verify your identity.
There are also instructions on the handout you received at the Clinic.
Updated 9 April 2021