Appointment Booking

Book Online or call us directly at (905) 901-5111

Online Appointment Booking

Our clinic uses a secure, online technology called Ocean to communicate with patients regarding their health. To make an appointment with our Nurse please click on the link below. Please note you will need your health card number to make an appointment. You will not need to create an account.

NOTE: For most of our programs and services a referral is required by your Family Physician. If you see a program or service you would like to participate in please advise your Family Physician or their RN, NP or Physician’s Assistant and they can make the referral for you.


If you require urgent consultation outside office hours or on the weekend or statutory holiday, you can call the Telehealth Medical Advisory Service at (Toll-free) 1-866-797-0000. A call to Telehealth Ontario does not replace 911. So, please call 911 immediately or go to the nearest emergency department in case of an emergency. If you feel your condition may be life-threatening, call 911 for Emergency Medical Services.

Care Clinics Portal

The COVID, Cold and Flu Care Clinic Oakville  will close as of March 31. 2023. After this date, if you think you need a COVID-19 test, assessment, or treatment, you can:


  • call 811 or visit for more information about testing, assessment and treatment
  • consult for an open assessment centre near you
  • contact your pharmacy or locate the nearest pharmacy that provides COVID-19 testing
  • contact your primary care provider (family doctor or nurse practitioner)

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If you think you have COVID-19 and are seeking treatment, don’t delay. You will need to start treatment within 5 days of the start of symptoms.

If you or your child have severe symptoms, call 911 or go to the emergency department.

For adults, severe symptoms include:

  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest pain
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Confusion

For children, severe symptoms include:

  • Working hard or straining to breathe – for example, the lower chest is moving in more than normal
  • when the child breathes, the child is grunting, or the child’s nostrils are flaring
  • Bluish skin
  • Unable to breastfeed or drink
  • Very sleepy or difficult to wake
  • Peeing less than usual
  • Fever with rash
  • Seizures or convulsions
  • Fever in an infant younger than 3 months
  • If you are worried your child is seriously ill, call 911 or go to the emergency department.