What's Happening at the Clinic

  • ANNUAL FLU CLINIC - Thursday, November 10
    A reminder to patients that we'll be holding our annual flu shot clinic on Thursday, November 10. We're returning the event to the Medical Centre this year and it will run from 9 a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m. Please remember to wear a mask, bring your health card and a non-perishable food item for the Athens Food Bank.
    Have you been to the clinic in the past few months? If so, we'd appreciate you taking a few minutes to complete a short survey to tell us about your experience. You can access the survey by clicking here. Your responses are anonymous, but they are invaluable in helping our team's ongoing efforts to improve the quality health care you receive.
    In addition, we'd also like to hear from you if you've had a telephone appointment with one of our providers. Please find that survey, which takes just a few minutes to complete, here.

    Our clinic is proud to be a partner in the Brockville COVID Assessment Centre. Any community member experiencing non-emergent, flu-like respiratory symptoms can attend at the Centre (located at the Brockville Memorial Centre) to be seen by a medical professional who can provide a full range of services. Avoid a wait in the hospital emergency department by calling to book an appointment at 613-704-1441 or online here.
    As of November 26, Ontarians age 5+ are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine (note that Pfizer is currently the only approved vaccine for youth ages 12-17 and Pediatric Pfizer is the only approved vaccine for 5-11 year olds).
    For Second Doses, the recommended interval for optimal protection is as follows:
    PFIZER - 8 weeks after first dose
    MODERNA - 8 weeks after first dose
    PEDIATRIC PFIZER - 8 weeks after first dose
    Ontario is now recommending third doses of COVID-19 vaccine to optimize protection from infection for those who are most vulnerable. Third doses can be either mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna). The recommended interval is 3 months (84 days) from your second dose. All Ontarians 18 years of age or older are now eligible for a booster dose.
    Our clinic currently has a supply of Pfizer vaccine. To schedule an appointment to receive your shot, please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
    Information regarding fixed site and community clinics can be found here and you can book your own appointment at any of the clinics here. You can also schedule an appointment by calling the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit's booking centre at 1-844-369-1234.
    As the health care system continues to recover from the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have returned to patient choice for in-person or telephone appointments.

    However, please understand that while the office is open, we continue to follow strict guidelines as required by public health to keep our staff and patients safe. This means everyone entering the clinic must wear a face mask, complete a COVID self screening form upon entering the clinic take it to reception and then maintain appropriate physical distancing in our waiting room.

    To assist us in this transition phase, we ask patients to
     please not walk into the office without an appointment. CALL FIRST if you have questions, concerns about your health or wish to book an appointment.
    For scheduled in-office appointments, please arrive on time. Come alone (one helper if needed) and do not bring children to your appointment if at all possible.​

    If you are experiencing even mild symptoms (fever, cough) please do not come to your appointment. Call our office so we can reschedule when you feel better.
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Health Information

    PRESCRIPTION RENEWALS - 7 days notice
    Patients please plan ahead

    If you require a renewal of your prescription medication please call your pharmacy and ask them to fax the request to our office. 
    We require 7 days to process renewal requests so ensure you monitor your medications
    and plan ahead when you see your medications starting to run low.