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COVID-19 Testing Clinic Update

Southern NSW Local Health District (SNSWLHD) has removed the need for scheduled appointments across many of our COVID-19 testing sites.

Callers to the 1800 999 880 COVID line will be provided with information on testing

eligibility and clinic times and locations.

These sites include Goulburn Base Hospital, Queanbeyan District Hospital,

Eurobodalla Health Service (Moruya), South East Regional Hospital, Cooma District

Hospital, Jindabyne Clinic and Yass District Hospital.

Also included are the ‘Pop-up’ clinics at Malua Bay, Hanging Rock, Merimbula and


This information is also available at

A number of our smaller COVID testing sites will still be by appointment only (Pambula Hospital, Bombala MPS, Eden, Perisher and Thredbo) – call 1800 999 880.

You can now also register your details for testing over the phone before heading to a

site clinic.

By calling the 1800 999 880 COVID line, you’ll also be given an option to speak with

a Registered Nurse or health care worker if you’re unwell, need more information, or

have specific needs that requires a scheduled appointment for a COVID-19 test.

A reminder if you are very unwell to contact triple zero.

Remember, the local team will need to register you at the testing clinic when you

arrive if you haven’t done so over the phone, so make sure you have your Medicare

card and GP contact information with you.

An online query and booking form is being made available on the SNSWLHD website

to register for a call back regarding test results or other queries, or to book a COVID

clinic appointment at Perisher or Thredbo.

Southern NSW Local Health District (SNSWLHD) staff are working to provide the community with timely, safe and appropriate access to COVID testing across the District, and they appreciate the community’s cooperation and patience during this time.

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