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Assessment Centres

In order to meet the growing needs of area residents with medical concerns related to COVID-19, dedicated assessment centres have been opened.

Before visiting an assessment centre, individuals should first seek guidance on whether it is appropriate for them to do so. Ontarians can do so by using a online self-assessment tool.

The assessment centre locations are below. 

Please note: 

  • there may be lengthy waits at the assessment centres and your patience is appreciated.
  • If you have a valid Ontario health card, please bring it with you, as it will expedite your visit.
  • At the assessment centre, you will be seen by a healthcare professional who will provide you with the necessary care and instructions for follow up, if required.

The purpose of the Assessment Centre is to screen patients who have symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19. SMH asks the public to use the Ministry of Health’s self-assessment tool to help determine if they need to come to the Assessment Centre. 

  • Stevenson Memorial Hospital, 200 Fletcher Crescent, Alliston
  • lower parking lot (staff/shipping & receiving entrance)
  • Monday, Wednesday and Friday (4-8pm)

Before visiting an assessment centre, individuals should first seek guidance on whether it is appropriate for them to do so. Ontarians can do so by using a online self-assessment tool

  • 490 Huronia Road, Barrie.
  • 8:00am – 8:00pm 7 days a week
  • Rear building of the Eagle Ridge complex and is NOT at the Huronia Urgent Care Clinic. 


All patients are requested to complete the online COVID 19 Self-Assessment before arriving to the Assessment Center. A link to the tool can be found on the CGMH website -

  • Georgian Bay Family Health Team 
  • 186 Erie Street Medical Building (parking lot), Collingwood

If you have been directed to an Assessment Centre by your family physician, NP, or Public Health, or by the Ministry of Health Self Assessment tool, follow one of these steps to book an appointment: 

  • Call 705-444-5885 to speak to one of our team members
  • Visit and click “Get on Waitlist” button. The appointment waitlist can be accessed online up to 7:30pm, 7 days a week
  • Use QR scanner to join the wait list: 

    Note that this information is accurate as of March 31st, 2020 and is subject to change. For the most up to date information regarding the Georgian Bay COVID-19 Assessment Centre please visit
  • 845 King Street, Unit #3, L4R 0B7
  • Adjacent to Chigamik Community Health Centre


By appointment only:

  • Monday & Friday 8 am – 4 pm
  • Wednesday & Saturday 8 am – 8 pm 


There are three (3) ways to access an appointment with the Assessment Centre. Please note a screening tool will always be used to determine if you should be seen at the centre

  • Online booking:
  • Call the assessment centre booking desk at 705-529-1025, 7 days a week from 8 am to 8 pm
  • Call Telehealth at 1-866-797-0000
  • If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, new or worsening cough, or shortness of breath) you must first seek guidance from your Doctor or Nurse Practitioner on whether it is appropriate for you to attend the Assessment Centre. If you require an appointment at the Assessment Centre, it will be made by their office.


    If you do not have a Doctor or Nurse Practitioner: 

    • Please call Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000 or access the Ministry of Health Self Assessment Tool.
    • After following these steps, if you have been advised to attend a COVID-19 Assessment Centre in Muskoka, you must book an appointment by calling 1-888-383-7009.

    The COVID-19 Assessment Centres in Muskoka are not open for walk-in visits.


    Muskoka Locations

    • Huntsville District Memorial Hospital, Building B, 100 Frank Miller Dr., Huntsville, ON P1H 1H7
    • Rotary Centre for Youth Bracebridge, 131 Wellington St., Bracebridge, ON P1L 1E2
    • Times: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.


    At the Assessment Centre:

    • You will be seen by a healthcare professional who will provide you with the necessary care instructions, if required.
    • Not everyone who attends the centre will be tested. Healthcare professionals will test for COVID-19 based on the most up to date guidelines from the Ministry of Health and the healthcare professional’s assessment of the individual. Testing is not available to all patients on request.

    The public can access this drive thru clinic from the Volunteer Drive entrance. Volunteer Drive has temporarily been designated a one way street and the public are asked to enter from Mississauga Street.

    • OSMH, Kiwanis Building, 170 Colborne Street West, Orillia, ON (Volunteer Drive Entrance).
    • 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. (The last patient will be seen at 6:30 p.m.).


    • You will be assessed by a nurse from your vehicle to determine next steps. Walk up patients will be asked to wait outside in line until they are assessed by a nurse. Please make sure you are 2 metres apart from others in line.
    • The nurse will make a clinical determination if a test is required.
    • If a test is required, the patient will go inside the Kiwanis building to be swabbed and the sample sent for processing.
    • While awaiting results, patients will be given instructions on how to self-isolate at home.
    • For the safety of staff and patients – you will be asked to stay in your car until you are screened and receive further instructions.
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