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Our address is 5230 Mitch Owens Road Manotick, ON K4M 1B2
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Our Clinic

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Vaccination Information & Hours

All allergy shot patients must wait 20 minutes after shots. Click on image to see our Vaccination hours.
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Our Clinic

Our clinic is spacious with a large waiting area.
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Welcome to Manotick Medical Centre (Currently, we are not accepting new patients)

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Clinic Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Friday: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
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Welcome to Manotick Medical Centre (Currently, we are not accepting new patients)

Patients who require URGENT care during our weekend clinic hours are invited to call the clinic to book a same day in person appointment. On the weekend our phone lines are answered Saturday and Sunday between 9:45 am until 12:45 pm. Depending on the demand these times could be sooner or later. Please be patient when calling as the team could be managing a high volume of calls.


Please be advised we are not accepting new patients at this time.


ALL appointment offerings will be for in-person/in-clinic.

Please BRING your OWN FACE MASK as you will be REQUIRED to wear while you are in clinic. Exception made for: infants, toddlers and individuals with specific disabilities.

The Manotick Medical Centre is committed to fostering and preserving an inclusive and safe space for everyone, therefore, we have a ZERO tolerance policy for any rude or disrespectful  behaviour towards our team members and/or other patients.



Attached you will find some tips on managing children with respiratory illnesses and how to support your child at home as published by the Ontario College of Physicians.

LINK: Actions Parents Can Take In Managing Children with Respiratory Symptoms


Immunizations for Youth and School Vaccines:

The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in intermittent province-wide school closures causing disruptions in the School-based Immunization Program. Consequently, Ottawa Public Health has implemented “catch-up” strategies to resume school-based vaccinations. To assist with this, they now have Nurses from Ottawa Public Health holding clinics at your child’s school for youth in Grade 7 and 8.

Given the above, we are encouraging parents/caregivers to visit the Ottawa Public Health website for the organized school based clinics to have their children immunized through the Public Health Program.

Parents can access the Neighbourhood Health & Wellness Hubs site above to see where the community clinics are located for catch up clinics outside of the patients school. Parents can complete the consent form at that time.  Appointments are not needed at these clinics. Neighbourhood Health & Wellness Hubs site:


There is a list of schools and the dates for catch up clinics at those schools. The patient needs to be a child from that school to access the catch up clinic there. They will also need to print out and have the consent form completed for the school catch up clinics if they have not done so already.

School based catch up clinic site:   Parenting School-Immunization-Catch-Up-Clinics-for-Grades-7-to-12

Further details can be found under our Vaccination tab as follows: LINK ->  IMMUNIZATION TAB




The Manotick Medical Centre (MMC) continues to respond to developments of COVID-19 and we are taking measures to protect our patients, staff, physicians and our community. As the situation changes our policies and booking guidelines have been evolving to keep in line with current recommendations by the Ministry of Health and Ottawa Public Health.

Our in-clinic activity continues to be monitored by our front reception team. While in clinic:

  • You will be screened upon booking your appointment and when you arrive;
  • You will be asked to bring your own mask as it is required to be worn while in-clinic;
  • You will be asked to stay 2 m (6ft) away from other people.


  • Wash your hands often with soap and water, or use hand sanitizer;
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth unless you have just washed your hands;
  • Cover your cough and sneeze with a tissue or into your arm, not your hand.  Also, make sure to wash your hands afterward;
  • Avoid visiting people in hospitals or long-term care centres especially if you are sick;
  • Get your flu shot if you haven’t already.


Are now available in the community for individuals with symptoms. Further details can be found here including the pharmacies that are dispensing the drug, a screening tool and how to seek treatment.    ->> 



The Manotick Medical is NOT administering COVID-19 vaccinations at this time. Vaccines are being organized and administered through public health and through select pharmacies. We are encouraging eligible patients to get immunized with an available COVID-19 vaccine when possible.

Your best resource for up-to-date information about when  you will be eligible and how you can receive the vaccine is through Ottawa Public Health directly. Please visit their website for more information -> Ottawa Public Health’s COVID-19 Vaccine page 

For more information about COVID-19 click on the links below:

Thank you for your cooperation in continuing to help us keep everyone safe!
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Health Information

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Our Address

Manotick Medical Centre
5230 Mitch Owens Road
Manotick, ON, K4M 1B2
Tel: 613-692-2571 | Fax: 613-692-0271

Our Clinic

Manotic Medical Centre Reception Area

The Manotick Family Health Organization is committed to promoting, maintaining and enhancing the quality of life and health of our patients.

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