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Do you need non-emergency medical care?


If you need non-emergency medical attention for minor illnesses or injuries, or if you are feeling distressed and require immediate assistance, there are many options available to you this holiday season:

  • For immediate medical attention, please call 9-1-1 or go to your nearest emergency department
  • For confidential health advice from a registered nurse, call Telehealth Ontario 1-866-797-0000


Cold and flu season is upon us!

Visit one of the links below to find services available year round, that can help you and your loved ones stay healthy, and get well:

Visit a local pharmacy for drug prescription services and medical counselling.

Visit an urgent care centre for non-threatening injuries or illnesses that cannot wait for a family doctor.

Visit a walk-in clinic for prompt medical care when your family doctor is not an option.

Visit one of the following pharmacies to get your flu shot and help prevent the spread of influenza.

Family Health Teams include family doctors, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, social workers, dietitians and more, who work together to provide care.

Community Health Centres provide primary care, health promotion, education and illness prevention services, and are staffed by doctors, nurse practitioners, counsellors, and more.

Diagnostic imaging clinics offer x-ray, ultrasound, bone mineral densitometry (BMD), mammography and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) services.

Visit a medical lab for blood testing, x-rays and other diagnostic services.