Comprehensive Medical Care for Everyone

Click on the button below to submit a request for a telephone consult with the on-call physician. 

 The Walk-in Clinic is OPEN


     All visitors to the building are required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth, with the exception children under the age of 2.

   Clinic patients will be assessed and managed by the on-call physician

either by telephone or an in person visit.

*This is at the discretion of the on-call physician*


If you have any respiratory symptoms, have been in contact with someone with COVID-19, or have a concern about COVID-19,

please call first for a telephone consult.

Clinic Hours:


9 am to 8 pm

Saturday, Sunday & Holidays:
10 am to 4 pm
Please register in the clinic 30 minutes prior to closing time.

In the event that the clinic has reached capacity, we may close early.  

We regret any inconvenience.

To find out our current wait time click on the MEDIMAP button below.

Services Available 
  • Suturing of Minor Wounds
  • Tetanus injections 
  • Splinting 

  • Tick removal & treatment 

  • Tuberculin skin testing

  • ​Prescription refills (we do not prescribe narcotics or controlled substances)

  • Treatment of Workplace injuries (WSIB claims)

  • ​STI testing & treatment

  • Wart treatment 

  • Newborn Circumcisions - for a fee (Please call to Book)

  • ​Limited Travel advice/immunizations for a fee (not covered by OHIP)


  • Include your name, name and contact number of your doctor and pharmacy 
  • Make sure the list is current - put the list you receive from the pharmacy in your wallet
  • List all medications, with dosage, how often you take the medications
  • List any allergies, sensitivities
  • We do not prescribe narcotics or controlled substanced in the clinic. See your family doctor.



OHIP covers a wide range of health services. However there are services not covered by OHIP and therefore require separate billing processes. We charge patients a fee for providing uninsured and non-medical services such as:

  • Travel advice, immunizations, prescriptions

  • Cosmetic procedures and related consultations and diagnostic tests

  • Writing reports, forms, employer requested reports, sick notes/back to work notes

For more information go to the OMA website.

Did you know?
To learn more about how to take charge of your health click here:
For Life-Threatening Emergencies call 911