COVID-19 FAST-TRACK TESTING
If you are symptomatic, asymptomatic but concerned about exposure to known or potential cases of COVID-19, or have risk from exposure in line of duty (essential workers, health care workers etc.), please register for a fast-track assessment by completing our online registration form. A physician from our hospital will call you to discuss COVID-19 testing. Patients who complete our online registration process will be fast-tracked through our assessment centre.

Please note that we are currently experiencing a high volume of COVID-19 testing. You may experience longer wait times at our assessment centre if you do not register online and speak with a physician prior to your arrival.

Women's College Hospital COVID-19 Assessment Centre
For information on hours and testing requirements please visit our COVID-19 page. Please note children under the age of 2 cannot be tested at this location.

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