Walk-In Clinics

Our clinics have been providing walk-in medical care to our community since 1987.  If you have a Barrie Family Physician please attempt to contact their office first as many will keep same day appointments available. If your physician is not able to see you, they will direct you to visit one of our four Walk-In Clinic locations listed below.

Clinic Locations

Please note that it is sometimes necessary to close registration before the posted closing time.
A valid health card is required or fees will apply •  Narcotics will not be prescribed • Free STI Treatments available

What do I need to know before my visit? CLICK HERE

BEFORE HEADING OUT TO THE CLINIC

  1. Call your family doctor first.  Always call your family doctor first to see if you can get an appointment before visiting a walk in clinic.
  2. Should I go to the hospital? When to Visit the ER - Fact Sheet
  3. Check our official website barriewalkinclinics.ca for up to date hours of operation, closures, holiday hours, and current wait times before heading out. Other websites stating our hours may not be accurate.
  4. Bring your valid Health Card.  If your do not have a valid health card for the patient you will be required to pay for the visit before registering.
  5. Be prepared to pay for services not covered by OHIP (Ontario Health Insurance Plan).
  6. Bring your current list of medications.
  7. Bring the patient. To see the physician, the patient must be present at the time of registration.

AT REGISTRATION

  1. Present your valid OHIP card for proof of insurance coverage or pay for your visit. We accept Cash & Debit only at all locations. Credit Cards are not accepted.  Non-OHIP TB/Immunization  Clinic visits will be Cash only.
  2. Disclose all of the reasons for your visit so the we can be prepared for your visit and accurately estimate our wait times.  If you wish to communicate more discretely you may ask the receptionist for a piece of paper and pen or use your device to show the receptionist.
  3. Ask the receptionist for policies and procedures for leaving and returning during long wait times.  You will lose your spot to someone else in need if you are not present at the time your name is called.
  4. Pay for additional services not covered by OHIP. Fees are posted at our locations, confirm with reception at registration what fees apply.
  5. Abide by our Patient Code of Conduct. Bad language, rude, obnoxious, or abusive behaviour and/or language violates Bill 168: Violence & Harassment in the workplace and we have the right to ask you to leave.  Any of this type of behaviour could result in a permanent ban from all of our walk in clinic locations.

 

2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS INFO
If you have recently travelled please visit https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection/latest-travel-health-advice.html for information on the 2019 Novel Coronavirus and recommended actions.
Self Isolation for returning travellers
If you have travelled to Hubei province in the last 14 days, limit your contact with others for a total of 14 days from the date that you left Hubei. This means self-isolate and stay at home. In addition, contact the local public health authority in your province or territory within 24 hours of arriving in Canada.
All travellers from mainland China are advised to monitor themselves for symptoms and to contact the local public health authority in their province or territory if they feel sick.
Even if you have not been to mainland China, should a fever, cough, difficulty breathing or any other symptom arise within 14 days after returning to Canada, seek medical attention immediately. Inform your health care provider or local health authority about symptoms and travel history.
Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit 705-721-7520 x8809 8:30am-4:30pm, After hours 1-888-225-7851.

WELLINGTON

MediLife Medical Bld

121 Wellington St. W.
Ste 112

Monday to Thursday
8 am to 10 pm

Friday
8 am to 9 pm

Saturday, Sunday
and Holidays
10 am to 4 pm

 PRINCE WILLIAM

Shoppers Drug Mart plaza

829 Big Bay Point Rd.
Unit D12

Monday to Thursday
8 am to 10 pm

Friday
8 am to 9 pm

Saturday, Sunday
and Holidays
10 am to 4 pm

BELL FARM

Georgian Prof Center

125 Bell Farm Rd.
Ste 101

NEW WEEKEND HOURS AS OF

FEBRUARY 29TH AT THIS LOCATION

SATURDAY/SUNDAY AND STATS 9AM-3PM

Monday & Wednesday
2 pm to 10 pm

Tuesday, Thursday
6 pm to 10 pm

Friday
6 pm to 9 pm

Saturday, Sunday
and Holidays
9 am to 3 pm - New hours!

INNISFIL

Rizzardo Health and Wellness Centre

7325 Yonge Street, Suite #1400
(Innisfil Beach Rd & Yonge Street)

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
6 pm to 10 pm

Wednesday
2 pm to 10 pm

Friday
6 pm to 9 pm

Saturday & Sunday
9 am to 3 pm

We are part of your connected Health Circle.

Who We Are

The Barrie and Community Family Medicine Clinics are more than just a health care organization, we are part of your Health Circle. We are your locally integrated family physicians and specialists, nurses, allied health professionals, pharmacists and health technicians.  We are your neighbours, friends, sons and daughters caring for the health of our community together.

With us, you will come full circle as we help you to navigate the health care system and build our healthy community. Our Health Circle partners are partners in YOUR health care community.

Our Physicians

Our walk-in clinics are operated by over 100 local Family Physicians with 93 operating family practices in our community as a part of the Barrie and Community Family Medicine Clinics.  We work together to give you and your family better access to quality primary health care services.

If your Family Physician is listed here, your doctor’s office will receive all notes and test results after your clinic visit.

Your Barrie Family Physician prefers that you visit one of his/her four Walk-in Clinics listed above should you require medical care outside of your Physician’s office.