The Weston Creek Walk-in Centre returns to its usual health service operations from 7.30am, Thursday 16 September.
The COVID-19 testing clinic at Weston Creek was a key testing site throughout the pandemic carrying out more than 85,000 COVID-19 tests since December 2020.
The Walk-in Centre, co-located at the Weston Creek Community Health Centre, has undergone a deep clean since the testing clinic moved to the Surge Centre in Garran last week.
The Walk-in Centre at Weston Creek is reinstated as a health service for those non-life threatening illnesses and injuries such as: sprains and fractures, minor infections, cuts and wounds, bites, and stings.
Children under two years and people with complex conditions should see their GP.
Walk-in Centres are free and open every day of the year from 7.30am to 10.00pm, including public holidays.
There’s no need to book an appointment – you can walk in and be seen in a very timely way by highly skilled nursing staff. Walk-in Centres are co-located at the Community Health Centres in Gungahlin, Belconnen, Dickson, Tuggeranong, and Weston Creek.
For more information, including a comprehensive list of the types of injury and illness staff can treat, visit walkincentre.act.gov.au.
You can also keep up to date with waiting times for ACT emergency departments and Walk-in Centres on the ACT Health App.
For details about COVID-19 testing clinics and their opening hours visit the COVID-19 website.