Joondalup Health Campus
Part of Ramsay Health Care

COVID clinic - Joondalup 

For information about testing eligibility, potential community exposure sites and other current COVID-19 advice please visit the WA Government’s HealthyWA website.

Who should attend?

People will only be tested if they meet the criteria / case definition for testing.

The current case definition criteria for testing is set by the Department of Health and is subject to variation. Please check the Department of Health website for the most up to date advice.

People with symptoms who are tested should remain isolated at home, until they receive their test results from PathWest and further medical advice or instructions.

Testing for people who have no symptoms (asymptomatic testing) is only permitted under certain circumstances. It is generally limited to people who must isolate or quarantine, or who are in isolation or quarantine.

Workers who qualify for asymptomatic testing as part of DETECT Borders can be tested at a Department of Health WA COVID-19 clinic in the metropolitan or regional area.

Participation in the DETECT Program is voluntary, free and available to those eligible who are over 18 years old. Testing can be carried out as frequently as every seven days and there is no need to isolate after testing.

Anyone who is unsure about whether they should attend a clinic should call the Coronavirus Information Helpline for advice on 13 COVID (13 268 43).

When and where

For the COVID Clinic’s current opening hours please visit the Department of Health website.

Joondalup COVID Clinic: Is located on the ground floor at Joondalup Hospital (closest to public car park P4, enter off Regents Park Road or street parking may be available).

People do not need to enter the hospital to gain access to the COVID Clinic.

COVID Clinic

Coronavirus information helpline

13 COVID (13 268 43)

Interstate callers: 1800 595 206

International callers: +61 8 9118 3100