COVID-19 Assessment Centres

When should you come to a THP COVID-19 Assessment Centre?

The Government of Ontario has updated the COVID-19 testing guidelines for assessment centres across the province. We no longer accept walk-in assessments and appointments can be made using our online appointment booking tool.

Based on these guidelines, you should get tested at a THP assessment centre only if you:

  • You are showing COVID-19 symptoms
  • Have been exposed to a confirmed case, as notified by your public health unit or the COVID Alert app
  • Are a resident or worker in a setting that has a COVID-19 outbreak, as identified by your local public health unit
  • Belong to a specific group outlined in guidance from the Chief Medical Officer of Health

Do not go to a pharmacy if any of the situations above apply to you.

We are unable to test all members of a single family or household unless they meet the updated provincial testing criteria. If you need a COVID-19 test for a child younger than 1 year old, please visit your nearest Emergency Department to be tested.

Asymptomatic individuals who qualify under the province’s testing criteria are strongly encouraged to book an appointment at a pharmacy. This includes those who require testing for travel and long-term care home visits. Please contact a participating pharmacy to book an appointment.

THP’s COVID-19 Assessment Centres are now testing by appointment only.

When you book a COVID-19 test at a THP, you will have an online virtual assessment with a THP physician before you come to an assessment centre. Patients are pre-registered and assessed from their home during the booking process to reduce the time spent in-person at our assessment centres and ensure those who need a test get one.

Visit to make an appointment.

Booking for the first time? Follow these steps:

  1. Click the “make an appointment” button to access our online booking tool.
  2. Create an account by entering your OHIP card number and personal information.
  3. Confirm your account by validating your email address and phone number.
  4. Request an online assessment with a THP physician for yourself or a child linked to your account.
  5. Describe your symptoms and wait for your assessment. 

For additional help, please use this step-by-step guide

Important information about booking a testing appointment

  • We are booking same day and next day appointments at this time. If all appointments are filled and you are unable to book a test, please try again the next day. Appointment bookings begin every day from 8 a.m. until all appointments are filled.
  • After your virtual assessment, you will be contacted by THP within 48-72 hours to book your appointment.
  • There is no cost for COVID-19 assessments or tests at THP. If you are asked to pay a fee when creating an account in our online booking tool, please visit to book a test.


COVID-19 Assessment Centres
Locations and hours of operation

Mississauga Hospital

Clinical Administrative Building

15 Bronte College Court
Mississauga, ON, L5B 1M9

Hours of Operation
8:30 a.m - 7:30 p.m.

Credit Valley Hospital Drive Thru

Level 1 Main Parking Garage

2200 Eglinton Ave West
Mississauga, ON, L5M 2N1

Hours of Operation
8:30 a.m - 7:30 p.m.

(Enter off Credit Valley Rd. nearest Eglinton Ave. W)

Community Testing Centres

If you meet the province’s testing criteria , you can book an appointment to get tested at a COVID-19 community testing centre in Mississauga. These testing centres are operated by the Region of Peel, City of Mississauga and Ontario Health. Visit the Region of Peel website for additional community testing locations.

Four Corners Health Centre

7205 Goreway Drive, inside Westwood Square
Mississauga, ON L4T 4J1

Hours of Operation
Every Thursday from 12 noon to 4 p.m.

Call 416-312-0566 to book your appointment

Peel Regional Paramedics Kingsway Satellite Station Drive Thru

7120 Hurontario Street
Mississauga, ON L5S 1Z8
(South West corner of parking lot by Derry Road and Kingsway Drive)

Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Book an appointment online or call 647-374-4676


COVID-19 testing for younger patients

We’ve created resources to help explain COVID-19 testing to younger patients and how caregivers can offer support.

Test Results

Accessing your COVID-19 test results

Test results are available to view and print on the provincial COVID-19 website with a valid Ontario Health card. These results may be available within 3 to 7 days. Please check the provincial COVID-19 website for your result. If you do not have a valid heath card or cannot find your results on the COVID-19 website after 7 days, please call 905-848-7122 for more information.


If you have a positive result you will be notified by phone and your result will be available on the provincial COVID-19 website


Negative results will be available on the provincial COVID-19 website.

Due to a high volume of tests it may take several days for your result to be posted.
Please note, we are not able to fast-track or expedite test results.

Until you receive your result, please continue to follow the advice provided by your primary care provider, the Emergency Department, or the COVID-19 Assessment Centre staff.

Need a copy of your test result for travel, to visit a long term care facility or other purpose?

Your test results are available to view and print on the provincial website with a valid Ontario Health Card within 3 to 7 days of your test. 

If you do not have a health card, you will need to complete a Release of Information form to obtain a copy of your test results. Once you have completed the form, email to with the required documentation. Please note that based on high demand, additional time is required for this process.

Thank you for your patience.