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GP Respiratory ClinicsExternal Link are available to help Victorians with respiratory illnesses.

They are free to use and designed to help ease the pressure on our hospital emergency departments.

Services provided

GP Respiratory Clinics are available to care for anyone who is unwell with mild cold or flu symptoms (such as coughing, runny nose, fever) or other symptoms linked to COVID-19 (such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea).

Face-to-face and telehealth appointments are available. Some GP Respiratory Clinics are open at night and on weekends.

Clinics are staffed by general practitioners (GPs) and nurses.

They are free for everyone (babies, children and adults), with or without a Medicare card.

Early treatment medicines are now available for eligible Victorians who have COVID-19 to prevent them from getting sick and needing hospital care. To see if you may be eligible and for more information, visit COVID-19 medicines.


See the map for GP respiratory clinic locations. To find out where to collect rapid antigen tests (RATs) or get a PCR test, see Get a COVID-19 test.

List of locations available in csv formatExternal Link .

Clinic information

Read more about the GP Respiratory Clincs in your area below

North Western MelbourneExternal Link

South Eastern MelbourneExternal Link

Eastern / North Eastern MelbourneExternal Link

For more information about finding the right care for you, see our Better Health ChannelExternal Link .

Reviewed 11 August 2023

Coronavirus Hotline

Call the National Coronavirus Helpline if you have any questions about COVID-19.

Please keep Triple Zero (000) for emergencies only.

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