Important Message from the Eastern Ontario Health Unit

The Eastern Ontario Health Unit (EOHU) is sharing the following resources regarding respiratory illnesses, which you may wish to share with your patients:

Please consult the links below for more information:

For more information, please call the EOHU at 613-933-1375 or at 1-800-267-7120.

Family Doctor Tips on Caring for Children with Respiratory Symptoms

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Aggressive behaviour or any form of verbal or physical abuse

Aggressive behaviour or any form of verbal or physical abuse towards staff or others in this office will not be tolerated.

We are seeing a high number of patients and working hard to meet the needs of all.

Please be patient as we work to provide the care you need.

Ticks and Lyme disease

Protect yourself and your family and join the following link:

International men’s health month

Visit the Canadian Men’s Health Foundation website for an insightful health checkup and tips on men’s health! Let’s get moving in June and help inspire men and their families to take care of their mental health and live healthier all year round. Move For Your Mental Health 2022 is a month-long event to raise awareness, educate and inspire action for the mental well-being of men and their families. The goal is to encourage men to get active with helpful information and resources offered weekly by the ‘Don’t Change Much’ podcast, ‘FITFridays’ video workouts and blog health-boosting tips. “Don’t change much”.

Health measures

Dear patients, dear patients,

We ask for your help and support

As you know, the mandatory mask directive in health care facilities ended on Saturday, June 11, 2022 at midnight. Despite this, several hospitals in the region have decided to continue to require the wearing of masks in their establishments and we have decided to do the same.

We are slowly returning to a more normal life. But despite all this progress, every day Ontarians are hospitalized with COVID and many of them are in intensive care. Residents of Ontario are still dying from this disease.

At the clinic, we are responsible for providing care to a vulnerable population, which is at very high risk of complications related to COVID. Wearing a mask has demonstrated an increased reduction in the risk of transmission of COVID as well as any other airborne disease. So in order to protect our most at-risk patients, all doctors and clinic staff will continue to wear the mask. We also ask all our patients to continue to wear a mask during clinic visits out of respect and consideration for our most at-risk patients for whom we must ensure a safe environment.


Whether you come for an appointment or to pick up documents, the receptionist will ask you for a pre-screening questionnaire before you enter.

Sanitize your hands at the door and try to stay 2 m (6 ft) away from other people.

We have put markings on the ground and limited the number of chairs in the waiting room

If the waiting room begins to get crowded, you may be asked to return to your car and wait there.

Your doctor is still offering virtual visits for routine issues.

Evening and Saturday Clinic:

All evening clinics will be by appointment only. There will be no walk-in clinic. The same procedures as for the day clinic will apply.

Thank you for your collaboration ,

Plantagenet Family Health Team physicians

Enhanced vaccine certificate

You can now download copies of your proof of vaccination for your first and second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.


You will need your green health card and postal code.

If you have a red and white health card or no Ohip health card, call 1-833-943-3900.

Discussing COVID vaccine hesitancy

Here are two links that anyone in the province can access to get an appointment with a physician/pediatric nurse to discuss COVID vaccine hesitancy.

All patients:

Sick Kids resource for questions specific to children 12+ years: