Hospitals, Clinics & Urgent Care

If you are in need of emergency care, call 9-1-1

On this page find local hospitals, walk-in clinics and community health centres and learn when and how to access care.

Hospitals

Ontario hospitals are open 24 hours, 7 days a week. If you experience serious illness or injury, you can go to an emergency room (ER) at the hospital closest to you. Bring your OHIP card. If your condition is immediate or life threatening, call 9-1-1 and an ambulance will be dispatched for you. For more information on OHIP coverage and ambulance services, click here.

Clinics & Community Health Centres

Clinics and Community Health Centres (CHC) have limited hours of operation and provide health services by appointment or a walk-in waiting room. Clinics and CHC’s can provide urgent care, prescribe medications, order further testing, and referral to other health services (mental health, addictions, reproductive and sexual health). See the list at the bottom of the page for clinics nearest to you.

When to use a walk in clinic: What is urgent care?

Urgent Care is required for illnesses and injuries that do not need emergency care, but cannot wait for an appointment with a family doctor. Examples are:

 • Minor cuts or wounds that may require stitches

• Simple broken bones

• Sprains, strains or deep bruises

• Ear infections

• Urinary tract infection

• Fevers, coughs, congestions and sore throats

• Insect bites, rashes and scrapes

 (https://www.simcoe.com/community-static/7029253-norfolk-county-walk-in-clinics-urgent-care/)

Health Units

Public health units (PHU) offer healthy living and disease prevention information and programs to their communities. At the local level, they lead programs focused on the prevention and control of communicable diseases, including monitoring local data to tailor their programs to what is happening in their community.

(www.publichealthontario.ca)

The Haldimand Norfolk Health Unit locations provide the latest updates regarding health during the COVID-19 pandemic. They offer education and clinics for immunizations and vaccines, sexual health and testing for sexually transmitted infection (STI), and information on many other topics. Find out more here

Hospital, Clinic, & Health Unit Locations

Norfolk General Hospital

Norfolk General Hospital Patient Registration

365 West Street, Simcoe ALWAYS OPEN

Haldimand Norfolk Health Unit & Simcoe Health & Social Services www.hnhu.org 12 Gilbertson Drive, Simcoe 519 426 6170 Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30pm

Brantford General Hospital

200 Terrace Hill St., Brantford ALWAYS OPEN

Grand River Community Health Centre

363 Colborne Street Brantford (519)754-0777 

Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. 8 am – 8 pm.

Friday 8:00 am – 5:30 pm Closed Saturday and Sunday

Delhi Community Health Centre& Walk-In Clinic

105 Main Street, Delhi
226-549-4004

Currently accepting walk in patients Thursday 5:30pm-7pm& Saturdays 9am-1pm

Haldimand Norfolk Health Unit

282 Argyle St S Caledonia, ON N3W 1K7

(905) 318-5367

Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30pm

Haldimand Norfolk Health Unit

117 Forest St. E Dunnville ON N1A 1B9

(905) 318 -6623

Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30pm

District Memorial Hospital

167 Rolph St, Tillsonburg, ALWAYS OPEN

West Haldimand General Hospital

75 Parkview Rd, Hagersville ALWAYS OPEN

Port Rowan Medical Centre & Walk-in Clinic

1035 Bay Street, Port Rowan

(519) -586-3143

Currently accepting walk in patients only Wednesday &Thursday

9am-4pm

Migrant Worker Clinics are now available by phone

Every Friday between 5-8pm

April 23 – October 29, 2021

To book an appointment:

Call, text, or use WhatsApp in English or Spanish

519-732-6375

 

Provided by Grand River Community Health Centre

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