Have shortness of breath or chest pains? For immediate medical attention, please call 9-1-1 or go to your nearest Emergency Department. Our Emergency Rooms (ERs) are very busy following the holidays. For non-emergencies, please consider going to a walk-in clinic or making an appointment with your family doctor.

If you or a loved one are not feeling well over the holidays, here are some resources available near you.
Walk-in Clinic & Urgent Care Hours   •   Pharmacies   •   Mental Health Crisis Lines

CALL 310-2222 (no area code required) for assistance


Fever? Twisted your ankle? Scrapes, bumps and bruises?

Get treatment for non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries by knowing your options:



Your family doctor or nurse practitioner 

Call your family doctor or nurse practitioner to inquire about their specific hours and office coverage during the holiday season.

If you are the patient of a local Community Health Centre, Nurse Practitioner Led Clinic, or your Physician is a member of a Family Health Team find their holiday hours here. 

Urgent Care Centres

You have an urgent, but non-life-threatening illness or injury like sprains or strains, if you think you need stitches, or have a minor burn that needs treatment.

Walk-In Clinic

You’re in a non-urgent situation and your family doctor’s office is closed or if you don’t currently have a family doctor. You need care for minor illnesses and injuries including infection and rashes, emergency contraception and advice, stomach upsets, cuts and bruises, and burns and strains

Telehealth Ontario

You have a question regarding your health or medication? You have a fever and are unsure of what to do?


TTY: 1-866-797-0007

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