Do you live or work downtown? Do you need to see a doctor after 5 pm or on the weekend but your doctor’s office isn’t open? Our walk-in clinic is open 7 days a week for your convenience. We provide medical walk-in clinic services without an appointment. Centrally located on the University of Ottawa campus, we are open to all. We are especially convenient for individuals who work or live downtown as we provide easy access to healthcare in a clean, modern and friendly environment. We strive to provide the best possible care whenever you need it.
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Walk-in clinic open to everyone! Our walk-in clinic is open to people of all ages, including Quebec residents. We offer convenient access to advice, assessment and treatment for minor illnesses and injuries such as cuts, bruises, minor infections, sprains and skin complaints. We also offer flu shots and TB testing.
The Walk-in Clinic is located at 100 Marie Curie Private (1st floor), at the corner of King Edward Avenue.
The Walk-in Clinic is open Monday to Friday from 8am to 8pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 2pm
*Note: The Walk-in clinic is closed on Sundays from June to August, on December 25th and 26th and on January 1st. On recognized holidays we are open from 10am to 2pm.
Attention Rideau Clinic patients: If your provider works at our Rideau Street clinic please go to that location for walk-in appointments from 9am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday. Please note that there are no walk-in appointments offered between the hours of 11:30am and 1pm M-F. If you need to see a provider on evenings or weekends please go to the walk-in clinic at 100 Marie Curie.
There may be a waiting time to see the walk-in physician or nurse. If you have a family physician or nurse practitioner at UOHS, please call us before coming to the walk-in clinic. Your doctor may have an appointment slot free to see you the same day or the next.
Notify our reception staff when you arrive if you are here to see the nurse for an injection such as a flu shot, allergy shot, TB test or other injection. Since you will need to wait twenty minutes after an injection (in case of an adverse reaction), you will need to register with the walk-in reception staff at least 30 minutes before the clinic’s closing time.
There may be fees associated with your walk-in clinic visit (i.e. for uninsured services). Quebec patients are required to pay a fee at each visit. Consult our Fees page for more information.
NARCOTICS AND OTHER CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES WILL NOT BE RENEWED THROUGH OUR WALK-IN CLINIC.
These medications should be renewed by your family physician or their designate.