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.
** WE ARE CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS.
** Immunization Reminder ** - It is the responsibility of parents to report ALL vaccines, including those given by their health care provider directly to Ottawa Public Health. Parents are also required to also report ALL childhood immunizations to school boards at kindergarten registration. Further details on can be found at: http://www.parentinginottawa.com/en/Immunization.asp
INFLUENZA VACCINE - Influenza or the “flu” is a serious and contagious respiratory illness. It is caused by a virus that can spread quickly from person to person, either by a simple cough or sneeze, or, when someone touches a surface that has been contaminated with the flu virus. 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 offering flu shots during our DAYTIME shot hours ONLY.
For another year, in October the members of the Manotick Medical Centre will be joining 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: Sole Sisters Story
M E D I C A L M I S S I O N W O R K In April 2016, two physicians of the Manotick Medical Centre, Dr. El-Tair & Dr. Yeats partnered with the Canada Africa Community Health Alliance (CACHA) team and travelled to Uganda for a two week medical mission. In conjunction with CACHA, they donated their time to provide free health care services to the most vulnerable individuals in the rural communities of Uganda. During their stay the team provided care to 3,825 patients. To learn more about CACHA and the important work they do please visit their website at www.cacha.ca