** ALERT ** In observance of the Easter weekend our clinic hours will be as follows:
CLOSED - Friday, April 3, 2015
OPEN – Saturday, April 4, 2015 - 10 am – 1 pm (walk-in for rostered patients only, phone lines will not be answered)
OPEN – Sunday, April 5, 2015 – - 10 am – 1 pm (walk-in for rostered patients only, phone lines will not be answered)
CLOSED – Monday, April 6, 2015
Thank you for choosing our team of experienced professionals for the care of your health and wellness.
We are a Family Health Organization (FHO). The FHO model represents the alignment of Primary Care Networks and Health Service Organizations into one model. FHOs are groups of physicians who provide comprehensive primary health care services to their patients with a focus on illness prevention. FHOs provide care during regular and extended office hours and patients have access to a nurse staffed Telephone Health Advisory Service.
PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICE – MEASLES: Since the beginning of the year, there has been a higher than usual number of cases of measles in Canada. Measles is relatively rare in Canada thanks to high immunization rates across the country. If you have not been vaccinated and have never had the illness, then you are at risk of infection if you come in contact with someone carrying the virus. For further specific details please refer to the Public Health Link at: Public Health Link – Measles
VIRUS SCREENING: There are some nasty viruses (such as Ebola) currently being experienced overseas. There are no cases in Canada, but, as a precautionary measure we are asking all patients about their symptoms. For further specific details please refer to the Public Health link as follows: Public Health – EBOLA Virus Disease
We encourage our patients to get their flu shots every year. The flu vaccine is covered by OHIP and is offered at no charge to Ontario patients. We are now providing flu shots during immunization hours, however, NO FLU SHOTS will be given during evening hours (5 pm - 8 pm) and on the weekend. See immunization page for specified hours. If you had your flu vaccine elsewhere, please advise a member of our team so we may update your records accordingly.
In the fall of 2014, members of the Manotick Medical Centre (our team is below) joined the Sole Sisters in running/walking to help find a cure for cancer. More details on their story can be found under the following link:
Smith Falls Sole Sisters – Charity Run for Cancer Research