Are you worried that you might have COVID 19?
We have two options that can help you stay safe (all with short waiting times):
- Phone: The Fever Clinic Hotline on 5367 2000 and follow the prompts
- Drive Through
Once you have been tested, please go home and isolate.
Aggression will not be tolerated, please show patience & respect to our staff.
195-209 Barries Road,
The Fever Clinic hours are:
Extended hours: from 25 May 2021
(these operational hours may change due to DH requirements and weather)
Boom gate closes 30 minutes prior to finish time.
MONDAY - FRIDAY: 8.30am - 4.30pm
WEEKENDS / PUBLIC HOLIDAYS: 9.00am - 4.30pm
To keep updated on any changes to Fever Clinic hours, information is also available via our Facebook Page:
Fever Clinic Bacchus Marsh has ceased as from Wednesday 24/06/2020.
If you are presenting for COVID-19 swabbing only, please go directly to the Melton Drive-Thru Fever Clinic.
Please note: you will only be swabbed if you meet the current DHHS criteria.
Screening on Entry
Visiting our health service
On the advice of our public health team, Victoria will move to circuit breaker restrictions from 11:59 pm 27 May. These settings will remain in place until 11:59 pm on 3 June, and visiting restrictions are as follows:
Appointments or Clinics
Where clinically possible all appointments will be converted to Telehealth till the close of business Friday 4th June 2021
All groups sessions are on hold.
One (1) partner or support person are permitted for women admitted for pregnancy assessment, induction of labour or birthing, with no time restrictions.
Visitors must exit the room at staff request to allow staff to attend care.
Special Care Nursery
Both parents are welcome to attend the nursery.
Palliative Care – Two (2) people at any one time. End-of-life assessed on a case-by-case basis
One (1) parent can accompany a child
Isolating at Home with COVID-19
Our Hospital in the Home team can offer nursing and medical support while monitoring your illness in your home.
Latest Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
As this is a rapidly changing situation, please visit the Department of Health and Human Services website for the latest updates, including advice on symptoms and precautions.