It is crucial that we keep our patients, staff and hospital environment safe.
We are temporarily limiting visitors to our hospital sites during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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To book an appointment for a COVID-19 test, click here.
Before you book an appointment, please consult our Community Assessment Centre section for self-screening tools, testing criteria and important information about the testing process.
To use the COVID-19 Pre-screening Tool, click here.
You can do your COVID-19 screening for your upcoming outpatient appointment online with the mobile screening tool. NOTE: This mobile screening must be completed a maximum of 4 hours before your appointment.
The mobile screening tool, available in English and French, only takes a few minutes to complete and patients will receive an email with confirmation to bring with them, along with their appointment slip, to the hospital in printed form or on their mobile device. Screening staff will validate the confirmation at entry and you will be able to go directly to your appointment.
We are temporarily limiting all visitors in order to keep our site safe during COVID-19. We are offering enhanced electronic options for staying connected with your loved ones during this time.
Patients and essential support persons must use the main entrances at the HDH site and KGH site.
Be prepared to answer questions about travel history and symptoms when you come to our hospitals.
Patients and essential visitors coming for an outpatient clinic/procedure appointment or visit must wear a mask or face covering. We ask that you to bring your own masks/face covering whenever possible. Otherwise, we will provide you with a mask at the screening station.
Emergency and urgent health concerns that are not related to COVID-19 still need to be addressed during the pandemic. It is important that people seek care for problems that could become quite serious or life-threatening if left unattended. Patients can be reassured that our Urgent Care Centre at the HDH site and Emergency Department at the KGH site are safe places to seek care.
We are reducing some appointments and services during the pandemic.
The COVID-19 Assessment Centre is located at the Beechgrove Complex, 51 Heakes Lane, Kingston.
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Department-specific information about COVID-19 at KHSC.
Ontario Virtual Care Clinic: Connecting to an on-call doctor by video or audio during the COVID-19 pandemic
Patients in Ontario who do not have a primary care physician or are unable to see their own physician are now able to “see” a family physician virtually by visiting www.seethedoctor.ca (using the access code “health”) for non-COVID-19 related health issues such as colds, cough, flu, allergies, women’s health issues, urinary tract infections, rash and medication questions. Patients should first reach out to their own primary care provider if they have one as the virtual service is not intended to replace regular care. The free Ontario Virtual Care Clinic is available daily 8 a.m. to midnight. If you have an urgent concern or emergency, call 911. French language services are available 4 to 8 p.m. 7 days a week.
Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases being cared for at KHSC: 0
Last updated November 17, 2020