Appointments are for routine or predictable health care issues or needs that include:
- Routine gynecological exam (Pap test)
- Routine check for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) if you are not experiencing any symptoms. If you are experiencing symptoms of an STI come to our urgent care clinic right away.
- Vaccines (You will need to remain at Health Services for 15 minutes after you receive a vaccine).
- Prescription renewals
- Mental health issues
- Chronic conditions, such as diabetes, Crohn’s, asthma or arthritis.
Our staff includes nurses and doctors: learn more about what they can do for you.
If we determine that you should see a specialist or need a diagnostic test, we’ll tell you where to go.
Everything that you discuss with your health care professional is confidential.
Call us or drop into the clinic to book your appointment as soon as you think you need one.
Note: It is no longer recommended to have an "annual check up" with your doctor. Consult Choosing Wisely Canada to learn more. If you have any questions or concerns drop in and speak with one of the nurses.
With a doctor or nurse
For an appointment with a nurse or a doctor, call Monday to Friday, 9 am - 4:45 pm, and leave a message. We will return your call in a timely manner. You can also drop by the clinic during operating hours to book an appointment in person.
With a Health Promotion Specialist
Health Services also has Health Promotion Specialists who can meet with you to help you set and achieve health goals such as quitting smoking, eating better and achieving a healthy weight. The service is free of charge.
If your health issue has come on suddenly, come to our urgent care clinic.
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