How to Access Services
How to Become a Client
Woolwich Community Health Centre is not currently accepting new clients.
To help you find a family doctor you can register with Health Care Connect.
“Double-doctoring” for primary health care is not permitted. If you are registered with another primary care provider, you cannot become a registered client at WCHC.
How to Make an Appointment
You can book an appointment by calling the reception desk during regular hours of operation.
Reception or nursing staff will assess your health needs and book an appropriate appointment. Make sure you book well ahead for non-urgent concerns including prescription renewals or preventive health screening. Health care providers will make home visits for clients who cannot get to the health centre for reasons related to their medical condition.
Drop-in lab services are offered at all WCHC locations to our registered clients.
|Monday||St. Jacobs||8:30-11:15 a.m.|
|Wednesday||St. Jacobs||8:30-11:15 a.m.|
|Thursday||St. Jacobs||8:30-11:15 a.m.|
|Friday||St. Jacobs||8:30-11:15 a.m.|
|Wednesday||Linwood||By appointment only|
Prescription renewals require an appointment with either a physician or nurse practitioner. If you take regular prescription medication, remember to book an appointment to have your medication(s) renewed before you run out. Bring all your medications with you to every appointment to ensure that your provider can refill all your medications as needed.
After Hours Care
If you require urgent health care advice outside of our regular office hours, call 1-866-933-0212 to reach our after hours answering service. The answering service will contact the physician or nurse practitioner who is on-call. The provider will call you back to discuss appropriate care.
If you have been recently discharged from the hospital, please book a follow up appointment with your provider as soon as you are able. Your provider will follow your recovery and provide you with resources to aide you in your return to your regular daily activities.