Fees for uninsured medical services

Not all of the services that your physician provides to you are insured through your provincial health card or your health plan. As a result, a fee may be charged at the time of your visit. Consult the uninsured services fees listed below or contact us at 613-564-3950 for more information.

Uninsured medical services are not covered by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) and may be charged directly to the patient (or third party) at the discretion of the physician. Third Party services are defined as any service (including an annual health exam) received by a patient which, in whole or in part, is necessary for the production or completion of a document or transmission of information to satisfy the requirements of a party other than the patient.

Electronic Invoices

The University of Ottawa Health Services issues electronic invoices by e-mail for outstanding medical fees. If you receive an electronic invoice by e-mail, you may process your payment online through a PayPal account or in person at one of our clinic locations. Your electronic invoice will indicate the date of the original invoice as well as a description of the medical fee for which it was issued.

Prescription Renewals and Referrals

There is a fee of $20 for prescription renewals and referrals without a visit to the physician’s office, i.e. requests that are faxed, mailed or called in. University of Ottawa and Saint-Paul University students enrolled in the current semester, as well as patients who have been granted UOHS Financial Exemption, are exempt from paying this fee. Consult the Prescription Renewals or Referrals section below for more information.

$20 Visit Fee for RAMQ Patients

Quebec (RAMQ) patients are required to pay a $20 non-refundable fee at each visit. For more information, visit our RAMQ FAQ page. Please note that uOttawa and Saint-Paul students enrolled in the current semester are exempt from paying these fees.

Listed below are the uninsured medical services including the associated costs not covered by OHIP. Please note that all fees are subjects to change without notice.

Last update: June 2015

Treatment of warts /lesions with liquid Nitrogen $20 - $55
Single Cosmetic lesion removal (nevus, verruca, keratosis) $60
Two lesions $75
Three or more lesions $110
Dukoral $45
Hepatitis A $60
Hepatitis A Junior $35
Hepatitis B $25
Hepatitis B Junior $20
Menactra/Menveo/Nimenrix $125
Menomune $130
Twinrix Adult $75
Twinrix Pediatric $35
Vivotif (Oral Typhoid) $40
Vivaxim (Hep A-Typhoid) $95
Zostavax $195
Varivax $70
Rotarix $97. 50
Bexsero $145
Gardasil 4 - Current University of Ottawa Student $150
Gardasil 4 - Non University of Ottawa Student $160
Gardasil 9 - Non University of Ottawa Student $165
Gardasil 9 - Non University of Ottawa Student $195
Cervarix - Current University of Ottawa Student $100
Cervarix - Non University of Ottawa Student $120
Prevnar $120
Influenza $10
FluMist $25
Elastic bandages $10
Theraband Strip $5
IUD $175
Pregnancy Test $10
Splint (finger) $10
Needles (acupuncture, ART) $10
Respicare Tube Inhalation $12
Occupational Health Report (Health Canada) $40
Attending Physician Statement (no exam required) $125
Medical Certificate-(UOHS) standard form $20
Other Variable
Copy and Transfer of Chart
Complete digital copy of chart* $50
Complete digital copy of chart – each additional family member* $40
Digital Copy of chart to insurance company* $125
Copies of several reports or a portion of a chart reviewed by a physician. Hourly rate
Copy of one report $15
Third Party Physical (exam and report)
Third party includes: $160
Employers, Insurance Companies, Athletic Clubs, Institutions, Summer Camps etc...
Immigration Canada Physical (exam and report)
0  to 10 years $250
11 to 59 years $280
Over 60 years $300
Visit Fee
General (A3) (Does not include fees for report) $120
Intermediate (A7) $60
Minor (A1) $40
Patients without a valid health card $60
Quebec Patients (RAMQ) $20
Civil Aviation Physical (exam and report) $160
Missed Appointment
Regular $30
Physical $60
Dietitian $45
Immigration $75
Psychiatry (Non Student) $100
Psychiatry (Student) $50
Sports Medicine Consultation $60
Sports Medicine Follow Up $30
Sports Medicine – MVA, WSIB, concussion or back $120
Civil Aviation Physical $75
Physio Initial Assessment $95
Physio Follow Up $65
Travel Medicine Consultation $60
Prescription Renewal & Referrals
Book an appointment to see your provider to request a prescription renewal or referral No fees
University of Ottawa and Saint-Paul University students, UOHS patients granted financial exemption No fees
Pharmacy faxes (613-564-6627) your prescription renewal request to your provider $20
Request for a referral for massage therapy, physiotherapy, etc. without a visit to your provider $20
Travel Medicine
Travel Visit - 1st patient $60
Travel Visit - each additional patient going to the same destination
Tuberculosis Test for travel (Includes injection, follow-up with Nurse, result card) $40
Dukoral $45
Rabies $230
Japanese Encephalitis $245
Yellow Fever $150
Hepatitis A $60
Hepatitis A junior $35
Hepatitis B $25
Hepatitis B junior $20
Menactra/Menveo/Nimenrix $125
Typhoid $35
Twinrix Adult $75
Twinrix Pediatric $35
Vivotif (Oral Typhoid) $40
Vivaxim (Hep A-Typhoid) $95
Deltamethrin impregnated bed nets $56.44
Water purification drops $19.95
Water Bottle w/Microbio Filter $29.95
Travel Vaccination Record replacement $5
IAMAT Guide to Healthy Travel $15
Boostrix $40 (Quebec residents only)

Hours of Operation

Walk-in Clinic

Monday: 8 AM - 8 PM
Tuesday: 8 AM - 8 PM
Wednesday: 8 AM - 8 PM
Thursday: 8 AM - 8 PM
Friday: 8 AM - 8 PM
Saturday: 10 AM - 2 PM
Sunday: 10 AM - 2 PM

100 Marie Curie, Ottawa





Mailing Address

300-100 Marie Curie Pvt
Ottawa, ON
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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.

Info-Santé 811

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