Book Your Appointment Online

Select your clinic of choice for your RT-PCR testing appointment.

Appointment Confirmation

Receive your appointment confirmation by email. Please remember to check your junk, spam, or promotions folder.


Arrive to the clinic on time with your confirmation email, a piece of ID, and your Health Card. You will be required to pay for your RT-PCR test upon your arrival. Please wear a mask and practice physical distancing while in the clinic.

Get Tested

The healthcare provider will proceed with the swab test and will be available to answer any questions you may have.

Laboratory Processing

A laboratory requisition with your demographics and other pertinent information along with your specimen will be sent to the lab for testing.


Your results will be emailed to the email address you provided at the time of booking your appointment.
You will receive your results within 24-72 hours.

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Speak With a Healthcare Provider

  • Same-Day Appointments
  • Open 8am – 9pm, 7-Days a Week

Our Healthcare Providers Can Help You With:

  • Medication Refills & Prescriptions
  • Lab Results & Requisitions
  • Work & School Medical Notes
  • X-Ray/Ultrasound Results & Requisitions
  • Medicinal Cannabis Referrals
  • Mental Health Support
  • Anxiety Counselling
  • COVID-19 Counselling
  • COVID-19 Testing & Screening Referrals & More

Rapid Antigen Testing for Work, School & Travel

At Meira Care, we arm you and your loved ones with accurate and reliable information about your family’s health. Put control back into your hands with our 15-minute Rapid Antigen Testing solutions.

When Should You Get The COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test?

  • When your non-vaccinated or vaccinated child is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
  • When you suspect that you have been exposed to the virus.
  • If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
  • When your employer asks you to get tested before returning to work to support safety protocols.
  • When you are required to meet someone with a compromised immune system.
  • When you are taking care of someone with a compromised immune system.
  • When you have been notified by your public health unit or the COVID-19 alert app to get tested.