Family First
Health Centre

Protect yourself...

get your


before it’s too late!


Getting your annual flu vaccine is an important way to help protect yourself, your family and vulnerable people in your community against seasonal flu. It will also help reduce the burden on Canada’s health care system during this unprecedented time. The flu vaccine will not protect against COVID-19, but it will help reduce your risk of getting the flu and COVID-19 at the same time. Having both illnesses at the same time could put you at a higher risk for severe illness.

We Are Here for You

Our doctors and allied health professionals are here to provide you with the primary care services you need to effectively manage your health.  You can schedule an appointment by calling us at 613-841-7009 or request an appointment online through our patient portal.

We Offer Virtual Care

Out of an abundance of caution, based on expert advice from local, provincial, and federal public health agencies, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, the Ontario Medical Association, and the Ontario College of Family Physicians, we are offering mostly virtual (video and phone) appointments until further notice.  If your doctor or or one of our allied health professional needs to see you in person to perform a physical examination or medical procedure, then they will arrange an in-clinic appointment if it is medically appropriate and safe to do so.
You should only come to the clinic if you have an in-clinic appointment.  Otherwise, all of your interactions with us should be by phone or through our Health Myself portal.

If You Are Sick

When scheduling an appointment, please let us know if you have signs or symptoms of COVID-19 infection or if you have been in contact with someone who has been diagnosed recently with COVID-19.  This will help us protect you and the other people in our clinic at the time of your appointment.  We appreciate your help in this matter as we look to keep our clinic a safe place for our patients, employees, and doctors.

If You Are In Distress

If you are in distress (e.g. significant trouble breathing, chest pain, fainting, or have a significant worsening of any chronic disease symptoms) do not call the clinic.  Go to the nearest Emergency Department or call 9-1-1.
Scroll to Top Skip to content