Department of Health

Service information

These clinics:

  • are for people that are unwell with mild respiratory symptoms (such as coughing, runny nose, fever) or other COVID-19 symptoms (such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea)
  • offer face to face assessments (including testing) and immediate support for respiratory illnesses (such as influenza, COVID-19, asthma, hay fever)
  • provide care for people with COVID-19, including by telehealth (can be accessed even if you do not live close by to the clinic)
  • are staffed by general practitioners and nurses
  • are free for everyone (babies, children and adults), with or without a Medicare card.


See the map for GP respiratory clinic locations, or see Get a test for COVID-19External Link for information on all facilities offering COVID-19 testing.

List of locations available in csv formatExternal Link .

Clinic information

North Western MelbourneExternal Link

South Eastern MelbourneExternal Link

Eastern / North Eastern MelbourneExternal Link

GippslandExternal Link

Western VictoriaExternal Link

Murray (Central Victoria, Goulburn Valley, North East and North West Victoria)External Link

More information

Early treatment medicines are now available for eligible Victorians who have COVID-19 to prevent them from getting sick and needing hospital care. To see if you may be eligible and for more information, visit COVID-19 medicinesExternal Link .

For the Victorian Government’s most up-to-date COVID-19 resources, information, plans and guides for health professionals, visit Health services and general practice.

Reviewed 05 June 2023

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