All About the Urgent Care Clinic
Urgent care clinics are available to the primary care clients of the ConnectWell Community Health Centres.
The urgent care clinic is not a walk-in clinic. You must call ahead before 9:00am to book your appointment for your urgent needs.
The Urgent Care Clinic (UCC) is for the recent or sudden onset of a sickness. The UCC runs daily from 9am-10am.
To book an appointment at the at the ConnectWell Community Health Centre – Lanark Site, please call 613-259-2182
To book an appointment at the at the ConnectWell Community Health Centre – Beachburg Site, please call 613-582-3685
CALL 911 or go to the nearest emergency for
ALL EMERGENCY TYPE ISSUES
Such as chest pain, trauma, head injury, severe pain
Do use the Urgent Care Clinic for
- Recent or sudden onset of sickness such as a sore throat, ear ache, cough, rash, fever
- Minor injury such as minor scrapes, cuts, muscle strains, etc.
Do not use the Urgent Care Clinic for
- Chest pain. Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room
- Anything that may require an x-ray as a result of fall, or trauma. Go to the nearest emergency room
- Renewal of prescriptions
- To have forms completed
- Routine monitoring of your health condition
After Hours Telephone Coverage for Lanark Site
Primary care clients of the ConnectWell Community Health Centre – Lanark Site can access the after-hours on-call service when the centre is closed by calling 613-259-2182.
After regular hours, clients with urgent concerns can dial the Health Centre telephone number, and reach the “on-call” answering service. Our providers work in partnership with the providers at Country Roads Community Health Centre to provide after-hours on-call coverage to primary care clients of ConnectWell Community Health Centre – Lanark site when the centre is closed. The on-call, after hours service is to provide triage, support, direction and prevent unnecessary ER visits for the clients of centre.
After Hours Telephone Coverage for Renfrew County
If you do not have a doctor or nurse practitioner or cannot access your doctor or nurse practitioner, call VTAC at 1-844-727-6404.
This service is covered under OHIP.
Please note: If all you require is a refill of your regular medications, first contact your community pharmacist to see if they can help you without the support of a practitioner. If you are unable to refill your medications call VTAC for further support