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What can I be seen for at the Urgent Care Clinic?


  • Viral and bacterial infections/illnesses

  • Minor cuts and lacerations

  • Rashes

  • Cysts

  • Workplace injuries

  • Sprains, strains and fractures

  • Injections and allergy shots

  • Bladder infections

  • Prescription refills

  • Sexual Health


Can I be tested for COVID-19? 

No. We can assess and diagnose your symptoms, and provide prescriptions as necessary. Please refer to the Community Care Access Guide for information regarding testing and vaccination.

Can I schedule a visit online?


Yes, the link goes live daily at 6:00 am, simply select an arrival time that works with your schedule, add your health card number, demographics and reason for visit then come in to the clinic at your selected arrival time. 

How do I register to be seen by a Physician?

Visit the red banner on our home page for a live link to book an arrival time for your SAME DAY assessment.

How many Physicians do you have working?

During regular scheduled hours we have two Physicians scheduled for each shift. 

What are your hours?

We are open Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 7:00 pm, and Saturdays 9:00 am - 2:00 pm. We are closed on Sundays and all statutory holidays.  

Can I get a same day x-ray or ultrasound done?

If indicated, the Physician will refer for and interpret x- rays performed at Georgian Radiology next door to our clinic. Ultrasounds can also be performed by Georgian Radiology but are not done the same day. 

Can I get a TB test or titres completed for work or school?

Yes, we are able to administer TB tests. Please note, there may be a cost associated with the testing. Titre blood work can be ordered and results can be expected to take 10 - 14 days through Public Health. 

Can I get my child's immunizations done at the clinic?

No, we do not administer childhood immunizations.  If you do not have a family Doctor you can contact the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit at 705-721-7520.

Do you do stitches and casting?

Yes, we do suturing for minor lacerations. This may include stitches, glue or steri-strips. We are able to remove sutures or staples.    

Casting and splinting application and removal is also performed. 

Can I have a routine PAP test done?

No, you will need to be seen by your Family Doctor for a PAP test.   

Are the Doctors at the Huronia Urgent Care Clinic accepting new patients?

No. Most of our Physicians are emergency trained so they do not have family practices. If you are in search of a Family Doctor, you can join Health Care Connect by calling 1-800-445-1822.  

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