- Appointment times are scheduled based on the clinic triaging policy in a timely and confidential manner.
- Please bring a valid health card with you for every visit. Invalid or expired health cards will not be accepted and patients will be charged as per the Ontario Medical Association guidelines.
- If you are unable to attend your appointment please cancel it 24 hours prior. If you miss your appointment, you will be charged per clinic policy.
- If you’d like to speak with a nurse for non-emergent medical advice after hours, you may phone Telehealth Ontario at: 1-866-797-0000.
- After Hours clinic is for urgent issues only and is open to our patients daily, including holidays.
Non OHIP Covered Services
The Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) covers most aspects of your care. Some medical and administrative services are not covered by OHIP and require separate payment. The costs for these services are set in line by guidelines by the Ontario Medical Association (OMA).
- Sick Note
- Back to Work, School or Daycare Note
- Short Term Disability Form
- Pre Travel Consultation and Travel related Immunizations
- Massage Note/Prescription
- Transfer of Medical Records
- Commercial driver’s license physical
Frequently Asked Questions
- When is the clinic open?
Monday – Thursday 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM and Fridays 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
- What are the timings of the after hours clinic?
Monday – Friday 6 PM – 8 PM; Saturday, Sunday and Holidays 12 PM – 2 PM
After Hours clinic is located at: 21 Surrey Street, Unit 108, Guelph
- Are you accepting new patients?
We are currently not accepting new patients.
- How can I renew my prescriptions?
Patients may renew current prescriptions by contacting their pharmacy directly and request a prescriptionrenewal be faxed to your doctor. It is strongly advised that you renew your prescriptions 1 week in advance in order to ensure you receive your medications on time.
In certain circumstances your doctor may want to assess you before your medication may be renewed. This helps ensure that the current medicine and dose is in your best medical interest.