COVID-19 Information

Clinic Services During the Pandemic:

 

Stouffville Medical Centre remains open and patients can arrange telephone consult appointments with their family doctor. Doctors will be making calls from cell phones that will appear as a blocked call. Please ensure that you privacy setting for incoming calls allows blocked call otherwise you may miss this telephone appointment. To arrange a telephone consultation please call 905-640-3100 Ext. 1

COVID Self Screening:

If you or a loved one are worried that you have contracted COVID-19, please utilize the Ontario Government self-assessment tool to determine if you are at risk:

https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/

COVID Assessment Centres:

1. Markham-Stouffville Hospital Assessment Centre


Located on the south side of the hospital just east of the Emergency Department. Open weekdays 9 a.m. – 7 p.m, weekends & Holidays 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. All patients must pre-register the same-day before coming to be swabbed for COVID-19. To pre-register call 905-472-7670.
 

More information: https://www.msh.on.ca/about-us/covid-19-information-page#assessment 
 
2. North Durham COVID Assessment Centre (NDCAC)


New starting August 4th, a community assessment centre supported by family physicians from Uxbridge and Port Perry. Located at Prince Albert Hall on 19 Jeffery St, Prince Albert, ON (South of Port Perry). Open Monday -Thursday 12-8 pm; Friday/Sat/Sun 12-4 pm. Pre-register online: covidswab.lh.ca. More information: https://www.uxbridgehealth.ca/ndcac

COVID Resources:

Mental Health Resources: https://www.camh.ca/en/health-info/mental-health-and-covid-19

COVID-19 Data: https://www.c19.ca/

Frequently Asked Questions:

My child has been home from school / daycare due to COVID-19. Do I need to see a doctor for them to return?

If your child has been experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or has been isolating due to a COVID-19 exposure, a medical note is NOT REQUIRED for your child to return to school / daycare. Please follow your specific school board / daycare instructions with regards to steps required for returning.

 

General information from the Ministry of Health can be found here.

I am due for my annual physical. Should I book an appointment?

Due to the current community spread of COVID-19 and in an effort to manage risk to our patients and staff it is recommended to defer in-person adult physicals. In lieu of a physical we invite patients to book a telephone appointment with their family doctor to order any necessary screening tests and renew prescriptions as appropriate. If your MD feels it necessary to see you in-person they will arrange that appointment.  

Stouffville Medical Centre

34 Civic Avenue, 2nd Floor

Stouffville, ON, L4A 1H2

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