Covid Mobile Testing Unit at Milton Park
Published on 23 February 2022
A Coronavirus Mobile Testing Unit (MTU) at Milton Park is for pre-booked appointments only. Please note this is a self-testing PCR drive-through test site, operating every weekend on the following dates below.
Operated by private sector contractors from Serco, Sodexo, Mitie, Levy, G4S, Welsh ambulance service, Scottish ambulance service, the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) unit will be in the overflow car park via Jubilee Drive on:
- Friday 25 February
- Saturday 26 February
- Sunday 27 February
- Friday 4 March
- Saturday 5 March
- Sunday 6 March
- Friday 11 March
- Saturday 12 March
- Sunday 13 March
- Friday 18 March
- Saturday 19 March
- Sunday 20 March
- Friday 25 March
- Saturday 26 March
- Sunday 27 March
Testing is only available for those with coronavirus symptoms – a high temperature, a new continuous cough, or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste.
Anyone with one or more of these symptoms should book a test at nhs.uk/coronavirus or by calling 119.
Address: Jubilee Avenue, Milton Park, Oxfordshire, OX14 4RU
The government is committed to continue expanding the capacity of the network of UK test sites and laboratories to make it even easier to get tested and reduce the time it takes to receive test results.
A spokesperson for Thames Valley Local Resilience Forum said: “As part of the Department of Health & Social Care’s intention to widen access to Covid-19 testing through Mobile Testing Units, Thames Valley Local Resilience Forum has been working closely with each partner local authority to identify, select and develop additional MTU sites to increase the overall number of approved sites. I’m pleased to say that Milton Park has been approved by DHSC as a MTU site for your communities.”
Philip Campbell, MEPC commercial director, Milton Park said: “We are pleased to be able to continue to provide a place to accommodate the MTU and play a small part in the important work that is being done to provide local test sites to make it as easy as possible for people to get tested.”
Please note that only those with a pre-booked appointment will be seen.
Anyone testing positive for the virus in England will be contacted by NHS Test and Trace to help them trace their contacts.
This will help to identify who they may have been in close contact with, protecting others from further transmission.