Testing and Follow-ups

Walk-in Testing Clinics

Mandate

Carry out mass testing of the population.

Access

  • WALK-IN
  • FREE
  • Have your health insurance card and your driver’s licence with you, if available. If you don’t have a health insurance card or another piece of ID, you can still get tested.
  • Before heading to one of the walk-in testing clinics, check the wait times by visiting the next page (in French only). You will be able to choose the location that is right for you based on current wait times and proximity to your home.

Locations and Hours

Walk-in Testing Clinic in Beaconsfield
137 Elm Ave.
Beaconsfield, QC
H9W 2E1

Open as of: Thursday, July 16, 2020, then everyday
Schedule: 8 am to 8 pm

Walk-in testing clinic in Verdun
Douglas Mental Health University Institute
6875 LaSalle Boulevard
Verdun, QC
H4H 1R3
Douglas Hall Pavilion

Open as of: Monday, July 20, then from Monday to Friday
Hours: 8 am to 4 pm

Walk-in testing clinic at the Ex-Hôpital général de Lachine
3320 Notre-Dame Street
Lachine, Qc
H8T 1W8

**The entrance to the testing clinic is located at the back of the building, accessible via Dawes St. An access ramp for people with limited mobility is accessible via the entrance on Notre-Dame St.**

Open as of: Monday, October 19, then everyday
Monday to Friday 
Hours: 8am to 8pm 
Saturdays and Sundays
Hours: 10 am to 5pm 

Testing capacity and results

  • Capacity of 600 screening tests daily (Beaconsfield)
  • Capacity of 450 tests per day (Verdun)
  • Capacity of 400 tests per day during the week (Ex-Hôpital général de Lachine)
  • Capacity of 200 tests per day during the weekend (Ex-Hôpital général de Lachine)
  • Results available within a few days and communicated by email to those who test negative, and by phone to those who test positive.

Best practices

REMINDER: regular handwashing with soap and water for 20 seconds remains the most effective hygiene measure for preventing the spread of all infections.

Community Mobile Testing Site

Mandate

Make testing available to the entire population.

Access

  • WALK-IN
  • FREE
  • Easy access by public transit
  • Have your health insurance card and your driver’s licence with you, if available. If you don’t have a health insurance card or another piece of ID, you can still get tested.
  • Children: we test children
    • You would need one accompanying adult per child.

List of sites and schedule

SitesDatesSchedule
Gerry-Robertson Community Centre
9665 Gouin Boul. West Pierrefonds, QC
H8Y 1R4

Saturdays and Sundays

10 am to 5 pm 

     

    Testing capacity and results

    • Capacity of 200 screening tests daily
    • Results available within a few days and communicated by email to those who test negative, and by phone to those who test positive

    Designated Follow-Up Clinics

    Mandate

    Provide follow-up care to those with:

    • flu-like symptoms,
    • gastroenteritis symptoms
    • or COVID-19 symptoms
    • or who has COVID-19 

    And who want to see a primary care provider.

    Patients who test positive for COVID-19 and who require hospitalization will continue to be transferred to one of the designated hospitals.

    We would like to remind you that you should go for COVID-19 testing ONLY if: 

    • You have symptoms 
    • You have been in close contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19 
    • Public Health authorities have asked you to be tested

    Two Designated Follow-Up Clinics

    • Designated Follow-Up Clinic – Cité médicale Lachine; open as of April 3, 2020
    • Designated Follow-Up Clinic – West Island; open as of April 8, 2020

    Access

    • By appointment only
    • Anyone presenting with flu-like symptoms, gastroenteritis, or COVID-19 symptoms, or who has COVID-19, and who would like to see a primary care provider.
    • It is imperative that you call 1-877-644-4545 to get an appointment before going as you will be turned away if you do not have an appointment.

    COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment Tool

    Do you think that you may have been exposed to COVID-19 or have COVID-19-like symptoms? A free COVID-19 symptom self-assessment tool is now available online. With just a few clicks, you will obtain a recommendation for you, your child, or another member of your family.  
     
    Click here to access the tool. 
     
    This self-assessment tool will help you determine what to do depending on your situation. It is important to note that this tool is not a substitute for medical advice. This tool does not apply to children 0 to 6 months of age. For children in that age bracket, call Info-Santé at 811 if you are unsure.

    Instructions for travellers

    Leaving Canada?
    Some countries require medical certificates or COVID-19 tests from travellers and nationals upon arrival.

    To find out which laboratories are recognized by the Laboratoire de Santé publique du Québec to carry out tests and issue the certificates required for travellers and nationals, see the next page.

    General information
    For any other information related to travel within Québec, Canada or internationally, see the Government of Québec website on the next page: https://www.quebec.ca/en/health/health-issues/a-z/2019-coronavirus/instructions-for-travellers-covid19/.