Hours of operation

COVID clinic operating hours – Updates


Both COVID clinics will be closed on Tuesday 26th January for the Australia Day public holiday.


**COVID testing clinic update**
Symptom free (asymptomatic): For returned travelers: anyone without symptoms who requires a test after having returned from NSW or an identified ‘hotspot’ can get their COVID test at our walk in clinic between 10am and 12pm Monday-Friday. No appointment needed – no need to phone ahead.  Please follow signs from the SCHS carpark.
Symptoms: If you have symptoms, please phone between 9am and 12pm weekdays to make an appointment for our afternoon clinic  ☎️ 5021 7653.
As always, for advice regarding current COVID restrictions, other testing sites and isolation requirements please refer to www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

To make an appointment

If you have symptoms please phone to make an appointment: 03) 5021 7653 (9am-12pm weekdays).

The Mildura Respiratory Clinic is an Australian Government initiative to help deal with the COVID-19 crisis

The Mildura Respiratory Clinic is one of the Australian Government respiratory clinics established around the country to clinically assess people with mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms.

This is a free service to all Australians who meet the Commonwealth eligibility criteria.

The purpose of the clinic is to provide testing for people who meet the current criteria in their state. Current testing criteria for Victoria can be found at www.dhhs.vic.gov.au or www.health.gov.au

The Mildura Respiratory Clinic is located at Sunraysia Community Health Services – 137 Thirteenth Street, Mildura VIC

Media Releases – Mildura Respiratory Clinic (SCHS)

How the Clinic is managed

The clinic is staffed by COVID-19 trained Doctors, Nurses and health staff. All staff will wear correct PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) to protect patients and staff.

All staff have also completed courses provided by the Department of Health:

  • Infection control training COVID-19
  • COVID-19 Respiratory Clinic Training
  • Outbreak Management Procedures
  • Personal Protective Equipment.

Who is eligible?

*Returned travelers with NO symptoms who are directed to have a COVID test – see DHHS criteria and directions.


Patients who have any of the following symptoms (even mild) should make an appointment to attend the clinic:

  • Fever
  • Chills or sweats
  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Shortness of breath
  • Runny nose
  • Loss of sense of smell

In certain circumstances headache, muscle soreness, stuffy nose, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea may also be considered.

COVID-19 infections present very much like a flu infection but is much more serious. People at higher risk of COVID-19 include older people, those in aged care facilities, travelers, reduced immune systems, and those with heart or lung disease. There is no vaccination or specific treatment for COVID-19.

What to do on arrival at the Clinic

  • On arrival, please park in the designated car parking area of the SCHS car park.
  • When patient enters the clinic, they will be instructed to apply a face mask and sanitise hands (using provided hand alcohol rub).
  • Patient will then be assessed by our COVID-19 clinical team.
  • This may result in having a nasal-pharyngeal swab or you will be redirected to your local GP for further management.
  • All symptomatic patients being tested for COVID-19 are required to home isolate until test results are given by medical staff. All patients should attend an emergency department if clinical deterioration occurs.​



The Facts about COVID-19

What is COVID-19?

COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, is part of a large family of viruses that cause respiratory infections. These can range from the common cold to more serious diseases.

For the latest official COVID-19 medical advice and case numbers:

www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus (Victoria)
www.health.gov.au (National)
1800 020 080