Medical Clinic2018-10-23T19:26:47+00:00
It's Wednesday 10:15 AMThe Clinic & Pharmacy are open.

Medical Services

The Wellington Walk In Clinic provides healthcare services for our community and continually strives to increase the services we offer to help accommodate the growing medical demands of Barrie and the surrounding area.

Please note that most of our doctors are unable to renew prescriptions for narcotics or controlled substances ( eg: Tylenol #3, Percocet, Morphine, Oxycontin).

Doctor consulting with patient

We offer:

  • Minor Procedures-
    Administration and treatment of non-life threatening injuries such as lacerations, burns, sprains, fractures, etc.

  • Diagnostic Testing Requisitions-
    Bloodwork, X-Ray, MRI, CT Scan, Ultrasound, Bone Density Scan, Mammogram, as well as many others.

  • Medication Renewals-
    Renewal of regular prescription medications – this does not include prescription narcotics and is at the attending doctor’s discretion.

  • WSIB Services-
    Assessment and administration of workplace related injuries – including filling out and faxing WSIB forms

  • Employee/Insurance/Sports Physicals-
    Medical assessments for required physicals – additional fees may apply

  • Specialist Referrals-
    Provide requisitions for continued medical treatment by specialists

  • On Site Infections Testing-
    Testing for Strep, Urine, STI, etc.

  • Vaccines and Injections-
    Tetanus, Flu, Allergies, B12, and many others

  • Travel Clinic-
    Administration of location specific vaccines as well as medical assessments, travel advice, and treatment of post-travel infection

  • Inner Ear Treatment-
    Ear cleaning, flushing, treatment of infection, etc.

  • Smoking Cessation-
    Prescriptions for cessation medication to assist with quitting smoking

If you are experiencing severe medical distress such as:

  • Difficulty Breathing and/or Shortness Of Breath

  • Chest Pain and/or Tightness

  • Severe Abdominal and/or Gastrointestinal Pain

  • Anaphylaxis (allergic reaction causing throat/tongue swelling, low blood-pressure, shortness of breath, etc)

  • Blurred/Double/or Loss Of Vision (in one or both eyes)

  • Sudden, extreme head and/or eye pain

  • Slurred Speech or Sudden Inability To Speak

  • Immobility or sudden, unexplained onset of Numbness or Tingling

  • Severe Emotional Distress and/or Hallucinations

Call 911 or proceed directly to the local Emergency room.

(Royal Victoria Hospital is located at: 201 Georgian Drive Barrie, ON)