Fax: (204) 231-1829
191 Marion Street
Winnipeg, MB R2H 0T5
The Office Visit
We encourage you to book separate visits for separate issues. Doing so allows the physician to be more thorough in treating the concern at hand. Two separate visits are more beneficial to you then one that is rushed.
Urgent Visits/ Walk-In
We provide same-day, walk-in & urgent care consultations to patients.
Narcotics/ Triplicate Medications
We do not prescribe narcotics or triplicate medications to patients who are not under the care of one of our physicians.
We understand at times you may be unable to attend your appointment but kindly request that you notify the clinic in advance so that other patients have the opportunity to schedule an appointment. More than 3 missed appointments without prior notification will result in dismissal from the practice.
We try to stay on schedule as much as possible. Sometimes an emergency may occur, and we ask for your patience should this happen. If you are waiting an unusually long time, please accept our apology and understand that we are doing the best we can to accommodate all patients.
All patients should make follow-up appointments to discuss results of any tests they have had. Results are usually available 2 weeks after the test date. We will only contact you should we receive an abnormal result.
Referral to Specialists
If you have not been contacted regarding your consultation within 2 to 3 weeks, please call our office and we will follow up on the status of the referral.
Returning Telephone Calls
It is difficult to return telephone calls during a busy office day. If you have an urgent concern or question, please contact our front desk.
Prescribing Refills Over The Phone/ Fax
During an office visit you will be given a prescription for enough medication to last you until the next visit. Please plan ahead and make an appointment before your medication runs out. We will honor pharmacy telephone & fax requests to refill prescriptions in urgent situations, but patients should not make this a routine request to their pharmacist. Ongoing use of prescription medications requires regular monitoring by your physician.
Manitoba Health does not insure certain services such as filling out forms and administering travel vaccinations. A list of uninsured services and their associated fees is posted in the clinic and on this website.