COVID-19 Screening Clinics

Last Updated on 3 weeks by Publishing Team

 SCREENING CLINICS AROUND THE COUNTRY

The following is the list of available COVID-19 screening clinics around Fiji.

Individuals with COVID-19 symptoms – high-risk category

If you or someone you are caring for has mild symptoms but is at high risk of severe COVID – individuals over 50 years, or have an underlying illness such as diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, asthma, are obese, or are pregnant – please visit one of our screening clinics and get tested. Individuals who test positive will be provided immediate advice and care by the health teams at the screening facility.

Pregnant Women:

Pregnant women experiencing COVID-19 symptoms: cough, runny nose, nasal congestion, sneezing, fatigue/extreme tiredness, headache, aches and pains, sore throat, fever, diarrhea, red eyes (conjunctivitis), loss of taste or smell, a rash on the skin, must immediately visit a screening clinic for testing. Pregnant women who test positive will be provided immediate advice and care by the health teams at the screening facility.

Primary Contacts

Primary contacts who are asymptomatic should quarantine in their homes for 10 days. They should isolate themselves from their household members and monitor for any COVID-19 symptoms.  If Primary Contacts develop COVID-19 symptoms, they should visit the nearest screening clinic for testing. Should Primary Contacts return COVID-19 positive results they will be provided immediate advice and care by the health teams at the screening facility.

All visitors to screening clinics, please ensure to practice COVID-19 safe protocols:

  • Wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose;
  • Wash your hands with soap and water or use an alcohol based sanitizer;
  • Maintain safe physical distancing of 2 meters from another person;
  • Have the careFIJI app installed on your mobile with the Bluetooth turned on; and
  • Line up and do not crowd at the screening clinics.

Families and caregivers of the vulnerable including the elderly, are urged to monitor the health of their loved ones.  If they develop COVID-19 symptoms, please take them to the nearest screening clinic. If an individual has a disability or is otherwise physically unable to leave their home and attend a screening clinic, in these exceptional circumstances, individuals can call 158 and request a home swabbing service.

If you have severe symptoms of COVID-19, such as trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, severe headache for a few days, inability to wake or stay awake, or pale or blue-colored skin, lips, or nail beds, treat this as a medical emergency and immediately go to your nearest health facility/hospital or call 158 for assistance.

SCREENING CLINICS CURRENTLY OPERATIONAL 04th January 2022

WESTERN DIVISION
Nadi Sub Division Nadi Hospital

8 am – 4 pm Weekdays

  Sarada Medical Centre, Nadi Town

8 am – 4.00 pm Weekdays

  Namaka Health Centre

8 am – 4.00 pm Weekdays

  Bukuya Health Centre

8 am – 4.00 pm Weekdays

Tavua Sub Division Tent at Hospital Entrance

8 am – 4.00 pm Weekdays

Lautoka/Yasawa Sub Division Natabua Health Centre

8 am – 4.30 pm Weekdays

  Punjas Health Centre

8 am – 4.30 pm Weekdays

  Kamikamica Health Centre

8 am – 4.30 pm Weekdays

  Viseisei Health Centre

8 am – 4.30 pm

Ba Sub Division Nailaga Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

  Balevuto Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

  Ba Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

  Ba Hospital

8am – 10pm Weekdays

Ra Sub Division Rakiraki Hospital

8am – 10pm Weekdays

  Nanukuloa Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

  Rakiraki Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

  Waimaro Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

  Namarai Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

  Nasau Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

Nadroga/Navosa Sub Division Sigatoka Hospital

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

  Navosa Hospital

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

  Lomawai Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

  Cuvu Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

  Vatukarasa Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

  Korolevu Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

  Raiwaqa Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

  Sai Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm Weekdays

CENTRAL DIVISION
Naitasiri Sub Division Vunidawa Hospital

8am – 4pm Weekdays

  Naqali Health Centre

8am – 4pm Weekdays

  Nakorosule Health Centre

8am – 4pm Weekdays

  Laselevu Health Centre

8am – 4pm Weekdays

Tailevu Sub Division Korovou Health Centre

8am – 4pm Weekdays

Suva Sub Division Samabula Health Centre

8am – 4pm Weekdays

  Lami Health Centre

8am – 4pm Weekdays

  Nuffield Health Centre

8am – 4pm Weekdays

  Raiwaqa Health Centre

8am – 4pm Weekdays

Nasinu Sub Division Valelevu Health Centre GOPD Area

8am – 4pm Weekdays

  Nakasi Health Centre

8am till 4pm Weekdays

Rewa Sub Division Nausori Health Centre

8am – 4pm Weekdays

Serua Namosi Sub Division Navua Hospital

8am – 4pm Weekdays

NORTHERN DIVISION
Macuata Sub Division Seaqaqa Health Centre Entrance

8am – 4pm

  Wainikoro Health Centre Waiting Shed

8am – 4pm

  Ratu Raobe New Extension Basement

8am – 10pm

  Dreketi Health Centre

8am – 4pm

Cakaudrove Sub Division Old Savusavu Health Centre

8am – 10pm

  Tukavesi Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm

  Nakorovatu Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm

  Saqani Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm

  Korotasere Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm

  Natewa Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm

  Rabi Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm

Taveuni Sub Division Waiyevo Hospital Car Park

8am – 10pm

  Waiyevo Health Centre

8am – 4pm

Bua Sub-Division Nabouwalu Hospital

8am – 4.30pm

  Lekutu Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm

  Wainunu Health Centre

8am – 4.30pm

EASTERN DIVISION
Lomaiviti Sub Division Old Levuka Hospital

8am – 4pm

  Bureta Health Centre

8am – 4pm

Lomaloma Sub Division Lomaloma Hospital

8am – 4pm

Lakeba Sub Division Lakeba Hospital

8am – 4pm

Rotuma Sub Division Rotuma Hospital

8am – 4pm

Kadavu Sub Division Vunisea Health Centre

8am – 4pm