Book an Appointment Online for Your COVID-19 Test

Are you currently experiencing any of these issues? Call 911 if you are.

  • Severe difficulty breathing (struggling for each breath, can only speak in single words)
  • Severe chest pain (constant tightness or crushing sensation)
  • Feeling confused or unsure of where you are
  • Losing consciousness

Click here to begin the process for booking an appointment online for your COVID-19 test. 

  • Begin booking an appointment for a COVID-19 test online by clicking the blue button above. You will then be provided the option of available appointments. We may modify the number of appointments available on this website at any time.
By booking your appointment online, you acknowledge and agree to receive your appointment information by email.​Your personal information is being collected through this site by the COVID Assessment Centre you select, and will only be used to schedule your appointment and to send your appointment confirmation by email.

Demand for appointments is high. We are sorry if there are currently few or no appointments available to book online and we kindly ask our community to:

  • Check the website again in a few hours. We release any appointments available for booking online as they are identified.
  • Please do not call Public Health when there are no appointments available to book online. Appointments available by phone are minimal and are reserved for community members with accessibility needs or who do not have access to the internet.

Frequently Asked Questions about Booking an Appointment Online for a COVID-19 Test

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The COVID-19 Testing and Assessment Centres in the Hamilton region are a partnership between Hamilton Public Health Services, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, Hamilton Health Sciences, Hamilton Paramedic Service, McMaster Family Health Team, Hamilton Family Health Team, Hamilton Family Medicine (HFAM) and Good Shepherd Centres. 

As always, regardless of need for a potential COVID-19 test, if someone is very ill and in need of immediate care, they should go to the nearest Urgent Care Centre, Emergency Department, or call 911.