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Community based assessment centres (CBACS) are local testing facilities where you can get assessed and tested for COVID-19.

It is preferable if you make an appointment to be assessed for testing and testing is free of charge. You can read advice on symptoms of COVID-19 from the Ministry of Health here.

If you are feeling unwell and think you may have COVID-19, please call Healthline 0800 358 5453 or your GP.

 

(Video produced by Raukura Hauora o Tainui and presented by Dr Mataroria Lyndon via Procare Health)

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CBAC locations and operating hours

Please note these are subject to change

(Updated 3 July 2020)

CBAC LocationAddressHoursDaysAccess

Capital and Coast DHB:

CCDHB domiciled patients that meet the case definition and require swabbing should call Healthline for advice. If you need a test they will ask you to visit a CBAC. Healthline will refer you to the Primary Health Organisation to make an appointment.

Team Medical1 Coastlands Parade, Paraparaumu2.00pm - 5.00pmMon-SatBy Appointment
As RequiredSun
Kenepuru HospitalKenepuru Accident and Medical Carpark10.00am - 2.00pmMon-SatBy Appointment
ClosedSun
Wellington After Hours17 Adelaide Road, Newtown9.30am – 3.30pmMon-FriBy Appointment
10.00am - 3.00pmSat - Sun
Cannons Creek (for all Ora Toa patients and anyone living in Eastern Porirua including Ascot Park and
Ranui)
Ora Toa Cannon Creek Medical Centre, 178 Bedford Street, Cannons Creek, Porirua9.00am – 3.00pmMon-FriBy Appointment.
ClosedSat
10.00am – 3.00pmSun
Kāpiti, Kenepuru, Wellington and Porirua Mobile TeamsBy Appointment
Additional “designated” general practices have come online to swab all patients referred to them, including patients not enrolled with them. Please note: no walk-ins – swabbing is by referral through the COVID Centre Referrals numbers only.

Hutt Valley DHB:

HVDHB domiciled patients that meet the case definition and require swabbing should call Healthline for advice. If you need a test they will ask you to visit a CBAC. While an appointment is not mandatory, we would prefer that you make an appointment before you come in. Healthline will refer you to the Primary Health Organisation to make an appointment.

Lower Hutt Central729 High St, Lower Hutt1.15pm – 4.15pm / 5.30pm - 10.00pmMon-FriWalk In or By Appointment
8.00 am – 10.00 pmSat - SunBy Appointment
Naenae45 Treadwell Street, Naenae9.00am - 11.30amMon-FriWalk In or By Appointment
ClosedSat
WainuiomataAdjacent to Whai Oranga Health1.00pm – 4.00pmMon-FriWalk In or By Appointment
11.00am – 2.00pmSat
Upper Hutt Christian Fellowship Centre 51 Lane Street, Upper Hutt9.00am - 12.00pmWed-FriWalk In or By Appointment
ClosedSat
Hutt Valley Mobile10.00am – 4.00pmBy Appointment

 

Wairarapa DHB CBACs: For up-to-date details of CBACs in the Wairarapa see COVID-19 information their website .

FAQs

I'm worried I might have COVID-19, should I visit a testing centre?If you have symptoms of COVID-19, please visit your local testing centre or call Healthline on 0800 358 5453. You can read advice on symptoms of COVID-19 from the Ministry of Health here.

How is testing done?

Testing or swabbing may be done in a dedicated testing space by staff or from inside your car.

When will my test results be available?

Test results are generally available within 48 hours. Regional Public Health will notify you if your test result is positive, and work with you to manage your health.

Do I have to pay for testing?

No, assessment and testing is free of charge.