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We are not accepting new patients for family practice at this time. All our physicians are full. We would be happy to accommodate you for any urgent issues if we have appointments available. Priority is given to our family practice patients. We can add you to our waiting list for a family practice and let you know when something becomes available.

At present, due to COVID-19 and a change in protocols, walk-ins will not be accepted indefinitely. You must speak to the physician over the phone first and then you will be given an appointment to come in.

If your family physician is not available, or if you have an acute or urgent issue that cannot wait until he or she is available, we will book an appointment for you with one of the other physicians in the clinic. If your concern is not urgent, your appointment will be booked with your own physician when he or she is in.

If you have a medical emergency please call 911 or visit your nearest hospital emergency department. Patients may contact Telehealth at 1-866-797-0000 if the issue is urgent and can’t wait until we re-open in the morning. This phone number will connect you to a registered nurse who will assess your concerns and provide advice.

Please book an appointment with your physician at least one week prior to running out of your medications. You can also call your pharmacy and ask them to fax the prescription to us. Your physician will review the request and call you to confirm prior to faxing it back to the pharmacy.

Yes! Please bring your health card to every appointment and show the receptionists when you arrive. Please also have your health card ready when you book a phone consultation so we can validate it at the same time. Please notify us of any change to your address or phone number. Make sure to renew your health card before it expires. You will be required to pay for your visit if you do not have a valid health card.

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Yes we do. They will need to pay for their visit and we will issue a receipt that can be used for insurance purposes.

All our physicians speak fluent English. We also have physicians that speak Mandarin, Cantonese, Hindi, Urdu, and Tamil. Please take a look at our physicians’ page or call the office for more details.

Our physicians do not provide narcotic repeats to walk-in patients. Please contact your family doctor.

We do bloodwork and ECGs onsite when ordered by our physicians. However, these services are not available at present due to COVID-19.

Some services are not covered by OHIP. Please click here to see the list of uninsured services.

Please make an appointment in two weeks to follow up and get your results. The staff will not provide results over the phone.