NOTICE: Residents Urged to Take Precautions During Anticipated High Temperatures

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Minor health problems, pharmacists can help you

Your pharmacist now has greater flexibility to assist you in healing minor health issues.

Check out the list  at the following link for more information.

Ticks and Lyme disease

Protect yourself and your family and join the following link:

Cancer screening

Did you know that breast cancer is the most common type of cancer amongst Canadian women?

Did you know that colorectal cancer accounts for 10% of new cancer diagnoses in Canada?

Learn More about Colorectal and Breast Cancer Screening

How to access essential cancer screenings, even without access to a primary care provider.

The chances of a positive outcome following a breast or colorectal cancer diagnosis increase if it’s caught early, which is why it’s important that we all stay up to date on preventative cancer screenings. Many people are behind on routine screenings due to difficulties accessing primary care, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Check out these videos to learn more about how breast and colorectal cancer screening is done, and how to access screening (even without a primary care provider). Please share with your patients, clients, and networks!

Champlain Community Support Network

Find and book community health services referrals online with Caredove.

Visit the site

Late for your appointment

Many doctors strive to be as on time as possible.

An appointment starting late can cause a domino effect on subsequent appointments.

Therefore, we have a policy regarding delays:

… will be considered a missed appointment (a $30 fee may be requested).

Notify us of any delays or cancellations of appointments so that you do not have to pay any fees. In addition, any minute of delay will not be added to your appointment. So, if you have a 30-minute appointment at 1:00 p.m. and you arrive at 1:10 p.m., the appointment will still end at 1:30 p.m.

Green Box

The Green Food Box is a non-profit program that brings neighbouring communities together to buy a variety of quality fresh fruits and vegetables at a wholesale price. Green Food Box customers save money because we purchase our produce in bulk from trustworthy suppliers. When possible, we try to purchase all of our fruits and vegetables locally. More information on the Green Food Box is available online at

We appreciate the help of our dedicated volunteers!
For more information or to join our team of volunteers, contact 613-673-4362

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Need help?

Are you in need of financial assistance, looking for support for your mental health issues or substance use/addiction in Eastern Ontario.

The system is complex and sometimes confusing, so it is difficult to navigate. Here are some links that will help you.

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.

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.