We are one of the many screening clinics established by the Victorian State Government. Our clinic screens people who believe they have come into contact with COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus).



COVID TESTING : We are still testing for Covid - call for appointment or book online using the button below .
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This is an Australian Government initiative to help deal with the COVID-19 crisis.
The Rosebud Respiratory Clinic is one of the Australian Government vaccine & respiratory clinics being established around the country to clinically assess people with mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms or to vaccinate for COVID-19 .

This is a free service to all Australians who meet the Commonwealth eligibility criteria.

The purpose of the clinic is to provide testing for people who meet the current criteria in their state.
Current testing criteria and vaccine rollout for Victoria can be found below or at the vic.gov site here.

Please call 0436 033 507 for further advice
Clinic is open 7 Days 9:00am - 4:40pm
Patients who have any of the following symptoms should make an appointment to attend the clinic:
  • Fever

  • Dry cough

  • Sore throat

  • Runny or stuffy nose

  • Recent travel from overseas in last fourteen days

  • People who have had close contact with confirmed cases of COVID 19

Note: Healthcare workers and emergency service workers remain a high priority for testing.

All patients being tested for Covid 19 are required, and MUST home isolate until test results are given by medical staff. 

All patients should attend an emergency department if clinical deterioration occurs.​

On arrival, please wait on the red crosses outside the front doors and a staff member will collect you for your appointment.

Covid-19 infections present very much like a flu infection but is much more serious. People at higher risk of Covid-19 include older people, those in aged care facilities, travellers, reduced immune systems, and those with heart or lung disease. There is no vaccination or specific treatment for COVID-19.

How Rosebud Respiratory Clinic is managed

The clinic is staffed by COVID 19 trained Doctors, Nurses and Receptionists.

  • All staff will wear correct PPE( Personal Protection Equipment) This is to protect the staff and all the patients.

  • All staff have completed courses provided by the Department of Health:

    • Infection control training COVID 19

    • COVID 19 Respiratory Clinic Training

    • Outbreak Management Procedures

    • Personal Protective Equipment

  • Patients will first register via online with HOTDOC, then you will be redirected to make an appointment at Rosebud Respiratory Clinic.

  • Once appointment is made all personal information needs to be entered into the form provided including Medicare number and symptoms

  • On attending clinic at appointment time, you MUST remain in car and call the clinic to notify you have arrived.
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  • When patient enters the clinic, they will be instructed to apply a face mask and sanitise hands.

  • Patient will then be assessed by our COVID 19 clinical team

  • This may result in having a nasal- pharyngeal swab or you will be redirected to your local GP for further management.

The Facts

What is COVID-19?

Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that cause respiratory infections. These can range from the common cold to more serious diseases.

COVID-19 is a disease caused by a new form of coronavirus. It was first reported in December 2019 in Wuhan City in China.


Symptoms of COVID-19 can range from mild illness to pneumonia. Some people will recover easily, and others may get very sick very quickly.

People with coronavirus may experience:

  • fever

  • coughing, a sore throat and fatigue

  • shortness of breath


How it spreads

The virus can spread from person to person through:

  • close contact with an infectious person (including in the 24 hours before they had symptoms)

  • contact with droplets from an infected person’s cough or sneeze

  • touching objects or surfaces (like doorknobs or tables) that have droplets from an infected person, and then touching your mouth or face


Who is most at risk?

  • In Australia, the people most at risk of getting the virus are:

  • Travellers who have recently been overseas

  • Those who have been in close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19

  • People in correctional and detention facilities

  • People in group residential settings

  • People who are, or are more likely to be, at higher risk of serious illness if they get the virus are:

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people 50 years and older with one or more chronic medical conditions

  • People 65 years and older with chronic medical conditions

  • People 70 years and older

  • People with compromised immune systems

  • At this stage the risk to children and babies, and the role children play in the transmission of COVID-19, is not clear. However, there has so far been a low rate of confirmed COVID-19 cases among children, relative to the broader population.


For the latest official Covid -19 medical advice and case numbers:

0436 033 507



Open 7 Days
1079 Point Nepean Road, Rosebud 3939