If you have any concerns about your health or questions for our team, please call the office or email your care coordinator. We are still working regular hours, but will try to deal with as much as we can virtually. We are here for you and are available to asses and assist with your concerns. The medical team will evaluate all health concerns virtually and determine if you require an office visit.
If your matter is more urgent, you will be directed to the Emergency Dept of a hospital.
After hours, please call our office to reach our after-hours nurses for help with medical concerns.
Until Public Health and the Government alter their recommendations or directives, we will stay 'virtual first'.
- All vaccines (Flu shots and all others)
- Medication injections
- Physical exams that are deemed necessary during a virtual appointment
If you are directed to come to the office, please come alone unless you require a caregiver with you or you are bringing a child. There are no “Drop in” visits and as always, please wear a mask.
- Routine physicals
- Blood pressure checkups
- Follow-ups that do not require a physical evaluation
- Non urgent discussions
- Prescription renewals (including mental health concerns)
- Routine Diabetic and cardiac follow-ups
We hope to be able to see you in person in the near future.
Stay well, stay healthy and stay safe.
If you have a clinic appointment already scheduled, please email Rhonda or call the clinic to confirm that we will still see you in the clinic or switch to virtual.