We are familiar with the problems facing young adults and I am sure that you will find us friendly and easy to talk to about sensitive issues. If you have questions but would rather not ask them face to face, send them by email to Kendra Brock and we will try to reply to them as quickly as possible.
Confidentiality: Your records are strictly confidential. We do not release information to anyone without your specific consent.
What do I need to see a doctor for:
- Prescription renewals
- New prescriptions ex. birth control, antidepressants
- “clear to play” for sports
- Bloodwork requisitions
- X-Ray or scan requisitions
- Chronic condition follow ups
- Physical exams
- PAP tests
- Minor surgery ex. ingrown toe nails, mole removal, sutures
What can I see the nurse for:
- STI testing
- Urinary tract infection symptoms
- Cold/Flu symptoms
- Concussion evaluation
- Bandage changes
- Suture removal
- Sports injuries
- Education ex. birth control options, STI screening
- Wart treatment
Monday to Friday:
8:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
1:00 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.
Note: The Health Clinic will close earlier than 11:45 a.m. or 3:45 p.m. should there be a large number of people waiting to see the doctor or nurse.
John H. Price Sports & Recreation Centre, local 2091
(on the top floor – enter by the old entrance – offices are across from the pool windows)
Students wishing to see a nurse will be seen in order of arrival. Emergencies always take priority. A visit to the doctor usually requires an appointment. If you are not sure if you need to see a doctor, come in and the nurse will evaluate you and refer you to the doctor if necessary.
To book an appointment to see a doctor, please contact Jill Johnson:
819-822-9600 ext. 2696