It Couldn’t Be Serious: Or could it?

Too many patients have put their health on hold, hoping it’s not that serious. With the majority of physicians still reporting a troubling drop in patient visits, Doctors Manitoba has launched a second phase of our patient awareness campaign to tackles common assumptions that are preventing patients from calling their doctor. See our new ads and find out how you can help!

Teen Clinic during Covid-19 pandemic

Teens can still be seen and are encouraged to be seen if they are experiencing any issues during this time. The teen clinic is currently located at the Agassiz Medical Centre and is open on Tuesdays from 9 to 4pm. 

To make an appointment:

  • Call: 204-822-4474
  • or Text: 204-293-7802 

While we normally see people in person, your appointment may be over the phone initially.  Click here for more information on other available teen clinics in the region and Winnipeg area.

Covid-19 Mental Health

For information on you and your mental health during this time, please click on the links below.

For current information and up-to-date country list:

Did you receive a secure message from us?

Our clinic uses Medeo as a way to communicate from our clinic to our patients. If you have not yet signed up with Medeo yet but we have an email address on file for you then you’ll be notified and given the option to sign up for a Medeo account to see the message. This is not spam. It will come from the email address

If you wish to not be contacted by the clinic in this way in the future, please use the unsubscribe button at the bottom of the email. Please note that this will affect future communications such as lab results, blood requisitions, and the ability for the doctor to send you a secure message. We recommend you sign up for Medeo and keep this new line of communication open from the clinic to you.

To sign up for Medeo, please use the link in your email or click here.

Coronavirus (Covid 19)

Do you have symptoms of cold or flu?

Have you… 

  • Travelled internationally in the 14 days before onset of illness to a country experiencing community transmission of COVID-19 (up-to-date country list). 
  • Travelled internationally in the 14 days prior to onset of illness.
  • Had close contact with a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19 within 14 days before the onset of illness.
  • Had close contact with a person with flu-like symptoms (cough, sneezing, runny nose, fever) who has travelled internationally within 14 days prior to onset of illness.
  • Had laboratory exposure in a person who works directly with biological specimens known to contain COVID-19.

Please report this to reception/walk-in staff.

2 Online Portals for Your Convenience

Agassiz Medical Centre offers 2 portals for patients to connect with our clinic:

  • An online booking portal to request appointments with your office provider.
  • You can also see the status of your appointment booked online.

  • A secure messaging portal for your provider or the nurses to send you messages such as lab results or additional information about your condition.
  • * Important note: in this portal, it has an area for “Appointments”. This is for virtual appointments only, which we currently do not offer.

In the future, these sites may be combined into one. For now, it’s beneficial to know the difference between them and their function. Booking for booking appointments and patient for secure patient messaging. 

Please bookmark these 2 pages for easy access. 

AMC says goodbye to Dr. Persson

Dr. Ockie Persson and his wife Diana are moving to British Columbia.  His last day at Agassiz Medical Centre will be March 10th, 2020. We wish them all the best in their future endeavors.

New Walk-in Hours

Our walk-in hours are changing as of December 1st. We’ve been studying the times during our walk-in that are the busiest and we are changing our times to better serve our community.

Our new walk-in hours will be:

  • Monday to Thursday: 10:30 am – 6:30 pm
  • Friday: 10:30 am – 6:00 pm