1695 Wonderland Rd N, London, ON
Public Health Agency of Canada approved Yellow Fever Immunization Centre
Personal Medical Assessments and Immunizations for International Travel
(Rapid Antigen and PCR)
By appointment only
Rapid Antigen - Processed on site with same day results
PCR - Results are accessed directly on the lab website and are usually available within 24 - 48hrs (please see disclaimer in red below***)
Not covered by OHIP
Rapid Antigen - $50 (includes HST)
PCR - $150 (includes HST)
WHEN SHOULD I SCHEDULE MY PCR SWAB?
PLEASE NOTE - REQUIREMENTS ARE CHANGING CONTINUALLY. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR COUNTRY REQUIRES
-- BASED ON THE STANDARD 72 HR. PRE-DEPARTURE SWAB TIME --
(Please inform us when booking if you have a different requirement)
DEPARTURE FLIGHT before 08:30 - Schedule swab before 15:00 3 days before flight
DEPARTURE FLIGHT 09:30 - 11:00 - Schedule swab between departure time and 14:45 3 days before flight
DEPARTURE FLIGHT 11:00 - 14:30 - Schedule swab between departure time and 14:45 3 days before flight
DEPARTURE FLIGHT after 15:00 - Schedule swab before 11:00 2 days before flight
*** DISCLAIMER - We purchase the swabs and processing from Alphalabs. We have NO control over the testing and can make no guarantees as to when your result will be ready. ***
We cannot do swabs on Saturday or Sunday as there is no lab courier to Toronto
ie. we cannot accommodate you for a PCR test if your flight departs between Monday at 14:45 and Wednesday at 15:00.
If you need a swab done on the weekend please check out the following:
Medpoint Care Pharmacy (169-355 Wellington Rd.)
At Toronto airport - Switch Health
Process for Rapid Antigen swabs
Swab taken at London Travel Clinic
Processed at London Travel Clinic
Results emailed the same day
Process for PCR swabs
Swab taken at London Travel Clinic
Courier picks up swab and takes it to Alpha Labs London (11:00 or 15:00)
Alpha Labs courier picks up swabs at London lab and couriers them to their Toronto Lab (11:30, 15:30)
Swabs reach Toronto and testing is set up (15:00, 20:00)
Alpha Labs posts the results - averages 24 hrs for the testing ie. if you have your swab taken at London Travel Clinic in the morning you can start looking for the result around noon the next day. If your swab is taken in the afternoon you can start looking for the result on the lab website around 5 pm the next day.
I'VE HAD MY SWAB, NOW WHAT?
Register on Alphalabs website: https://patient.alphalabs.ca/Registration/Register
Couples or family members with the same email address - Please add each family member to the original set up. Do not try to set up each person individually.
If you have any difficulties with set-up please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-263-4489.
WAIT PATIENTLY - the unique access code for your swab results will show as invalid until the results are posted
Don't even try to enter your code until the day AFTER you have your swab taken:
after noon for morning swabs
after 5 p.m. for afternoon swabs
If your results aren't ready, try again in an hour or two. They are constantly uploading results.
TROUBLE ACCESSING YOUR RESULTS?
Contact Alphalabs at email@example.com
If they tell you they are faxing results to London Travel Clinic please email firstname.lastname@example.org so we will know to look for them and email them to you.
PLEASE ONLY MOVE TO STEP 2 if it is at least 28 hrs after your swab was taken AND you have no success with STEP 1.
Please DO NOT contact Medical Pharmacy
LONDON TRAVEL CLINIC
Our clinic is a Public Health Agency of Canada approved Yellow Fever immunization centre that provides quality care for international travellers.
TB skin tests
1695 Wonderland Rd N, London
N6G 4W3, CANADA
Mon.- Thurs. 8:30 - 4
CLOSED on WEEKENDS and STATUTORY HOLIDAYS
FREE PARKING ON SITE
TRAVEL: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, (including Twinrix), Japanese Encephalitis, Meningococcal ACYW135, Rabies, Typhoid, Yellow Fever, Cholera
OHIP: MMR (measles, mumps, rubella), Tetanus (in combination with diphtheria, pertussis, polio based on need), Influenza
OTHER: Herpes Zoster (Shingrix), Human Papilloma Virus (Gardasil), Meningococcal B, Pneumococcus, Varicella (chicken-pox)