Dr. Meghan Chatwin checking up on children patients

Walk In

When is the Walk-in clinic open?

The walk-in clinic is open weekdays from 11:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Registration for the walk-in clinic starts between 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Walk-in Registration is in person at the clinic only.

How long is the wait?

Our current wait times can be viewed at www.medimap.ca

Clinic closure dates:

  • January – New Year’s Day
  • February – Louis Riel Day
  • April – Good Friday
  • May – Victoria Day
  • July – Canada Day
  • August – Civic Holiday
  • September – Labour Day
  • October – Thanksgiving
  • November – Remembrance Day
  • December – Christmas
  • December – Boxing Day

CME closures

The walk-in clinic is only open from 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on the following dates for education and staff meetings. 

  • April 4, 2019
  • May 9, 2019

What physician will I see in the walk-in clinic?

When registering for a walk-in appointment at the clinic, we can inform you of the physician working that same day. However, we do not disclose which physician is working in the walk-in clinic on future dates.

How can I make an appointment?

Registration for the walk-in clinic begins between 11:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

Please come to the clinic to register on a first come – first serve basis.

 

Walk-in Uses

  • Minor Cuts/Abrasions
  • Flu
  • Fever
  • Allergies
  • Minor Injuries
  • Pink Eye
  • Strains/Sprains
  • Coughs/Sore Throat
  • Diarrhea
  • Ear Pain
  • Sinus Infections
  • Yeast Infections

Important Information

Information provided on agassizmedicalcentre.com is intended to provide general information and should not be used as a substitute for the advice of a physician. Please consult your family physician or other appropriate health professional on personal health matters. Walk-in should be used for non life-threatening illnesses and injuries. Walk-in should only be used for non life-threatening illness and injuries.

Walk-in is not to be used for the following:

  • Life threatening situations such as: heart attack/stroke, poisoning, loss of consciousness or severe allergic reactions. For emergency care, patients should report to the nearest ER.
  • For those patients with providers, walk-in is not recommended for routine prescription renewal. It is best if patients see their regular physician for prescription renewals. If you do not have a provider, walk-in may be appropriate. While we cannot guarantee prescription refills will be done, it is an appropriate first point of care.

In the patients best interest, we are only able to accommodate a certain number of patients during our walk-in clinic. Because of this, you may be told the walk-in clinic is full when you arrive. We understand this is frustrating. Please let our staff help you to book the next available appointment.