There will be NO injections given at the Beaverbrook clinic on Fridays after 1PM.
Dr. H. Bocz is covering for Dr. E. Tan while he is on paternity leave. Please continue to request appointments using his name if you are booking through the website. Any requests will be switched to Dr. Bocz by staff members.
Dr. Daverne, Dr. Romero-Sierra and Dr. Evans are offering walk in appointments for their patients on Saturdays at The Parkway location. Please note that there are a limited number of appointments per day and are on a first come, first served basis.
Dr. Daverne will NOT have a clinic on Feb. 29.
LAB SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE TO ALL ACTIVECARE PATIENTS AT BOTH KANATA CLINIC LOCATIONS. LAB HOURS ARE MONDAY-FRIDAY FROM 7:30AM-11:00AM. On March 9, 10 and 11, the Beaverbrook lab will not be open. All patients are welcome to use the lab at the Klondike location during this time.
The Kanata ActiveCare clinics do not offer open walk-in service. As a Family Health Organization (FHO), we hope to offer comprehensive care to our enrolled patient population. All three clinics offer a limited number of urgent care appointments for our FHO patients. These are only available on a same day basis and will be triaged accordingly. These appointments are for urgent medical problems, not for routine medical care, prescription renewal, notes/forms, etc.. Please refer to the “LOCATION” page for urgent care hours. The Carlingwood clinic does have an open walk in clinic.
Our physicians are not accepting new patients at the present time. We are accepting patients on to a wait list.
ActiveCare family physicians are members of a FHO (Family Health Organization) which allows our enrolled patients access to THAS (Telephone Health Advisory Service).This service is available to FHO patients when our clinic is not open. You will be connected to a nurse who will ask a series of questions to assess your health concerns and be provided with health care advice so that you can manage your care at home or be advised to see your doctor or nurse practitioner within a few days. In some cases, the nurse will contact an on-call doctor to discuss your symptoms and determine the most appropriate course of action, or the nurse may advise you to go to the nearest emergency department. With your consent, the nurse will send information to your health care provider about your call to the T.H.A.S. THAS can be reached at 1-866-553-7205.