Get the shot - Beat the flu!
The flu vaccine is now available at UOHS. As per Ottawa Public Health (OPH), at this time access to the flu vaccine must be restricted those at high risk. This includes: infants and children under 5 years of age, individuals with chronic diseases, pregnant women, aboriginal peoples and individuals 65 years of age and over. The flu vaccine will be available to everyone as of Monday, October. 26. Ask your health care provider!
Flu Clinics for uOttawa Students and Employees
Flu Clinics are free for students and employees of the University of Ottawa and Saint Paul University. Register online to attend one of the clinics on Nov. 3 or Nov. 4 at 90 U, and on Nov. 10 at RGN.
Medical Certificates for Students
Exams are approaching! Please read our Medical Certificates for Students Policy here.
Dr. Lara Sater closes her practice on Nov. 30
Dr. Serge Chartrand will be accepting Dr. Sater's patients into his family medicine practice as of December 1st. All patients affected will be notified by email or mail.
After Hours Access to Care
Patients registered with a family doctor at UOHS
In case of emergency, always dial 911. THAS connects you to a nurse who can provide medical advice, or, if appropriate, provide access to a family health team doctor or suggest that you go to emergency.
Patients not registered with a family doctor at UOHS – Ontario residents
In case of emergency, always dial 911. Telehealth Ontario is a free service that allows Ontario residents to speak to a Registered Nurse with their medical questions any time of the day or night. This could be when you're sick or injured but aren't sure if you need to see a doctor or can treat the situation at home.
Patients not registered with a family doctor at UOHS – Quebec residents
In case of emergency, always dial 911. Info-Santé 8-1-1 is a free and confidential telephone consultation service that puts you in contact with a nurse in case of a non-urgent health issue.