Get a rapid test

Rapid Testing Centres

Rapid Test Centres make it easy for people to get tested or collect a home test kit. There is no need to book a test slot, just drop in to one of our test centres at a time that is convenient to you.

If you live or work closer to a Rapid Test Centre in an area that borders with Buckinghamshire, such as Slough or Milton Keynes, you can use those centres.

Details of all test centres can be found on the NHS COVID-19 Test and Vaccination Site Finder.

Aylesbury

Unit 3
Vale Retail Park
658 Vale Park Drive
Aylesbury
HP20 1DH

Day Opening times
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8am to 6pm (last test at 6pm)
Wednesday 8am to 1pm
Saturday and Sunday 9am to 1pm (last test at 1pm)

High Wycombe

High Wycombe Library
5 Eden Place
High Wycombe
HP11 2DH

Day Opening times
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 8:15am to 6pm
Wednesday 8:15am to 1pm
Friday 8:15am to 8pm (to start 17 May 2021)
Saturday and Sunday 9:15am to 1pm (last test at 1pm)

We are closing the Rapid Testing Site on Queen Victoria Road on Sunday 16 May.

From Monday 17 May, we will be open at Wycombe Library, 5 Eden Place, High Wycombe, HP11 2DH. We will still offer assisted Rapid Tests and Home Test Kit collection.

Amersham

Amersham Free Church
Woodside Road
Amersham
HP6 6AJ

Day Opening times
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8am to 6pm
Wednesday 8am to 1pm
Saturday 9am to 1pm
Sunday Closed

The Amersham centre is closed on the 15 May, 29 May, 12 June and 26 June.

Buckingham

Buckingham Library
Verney Close
Buckingham
MK18 1JP

Day Opening times
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8am to 6pm
Wednesday 8am to 1pm
Saturday 9am to 1pm
Sunday Closed

Please note our rapid testing site in Buckingham has moved from Swan Pool to Buckingham Library.

Mobile and pop-up

Our mobile testing service will start on 10 May.

Members of the public will be able to have an assisted test with results in 30 minutes and also collect home test kits for regular at-home testing. The mobile testing unit will be visiting locations across the county, and we will keep you updated via our social media pages.

Operating times for the mobile units and pop-up sites will be flexible depending on the venue and demand.

Before you visit

  1. The registration process will be quicker and easier if you create an NHS account
  2. Bring your mask and your mobile phone (if you have one) with you to the test site

At the test site

There will be staff available at the test site to help and support you with everything you need to do for your test.

  • You will need to register your test online by going to GOV.UK: register a coronavirus test or by scanning the QR code at the test centre. You will need the test site ID which will be displayed at the test site
  • You will be given a registration card and barcode by a member of staff to complete your registration
  • You will be directed to a booth where you will need to swab your throat and nose.
  • The rapid test will take about 10 minutes. You should get the results within 45 minutes.
  • The coronavirus testing account lets you save your details, so you do not need to enter them each time you register a test.

If you do not have a mobile phone a member of staff will be able to register your test for you and you will be able to wait for your result.