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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q: What is the North York Family Physicians' "After Hours" Clinic?

A: A group of well established Family Physicians in our Community - The North York Family Physicians Association - has opened an "After Hours" Clinic, on a cooperative basis in order to provide "URGENT" medical care when individual Doctors may not be available.  We do not provide "on-going" medical care for patients.

Q: When is the Clinic open?

A: The Clinic is open from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. on weekdays, and 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on weekends Closed Statutory Holidays.  Our doors will be closed when we have registered enough patients to take us past our closing time.

Q: Do I have to make an appointment?

A: No, you don't have to make an appointment. You may simply come to the Clinic, if your own Doctor is not available, and you will be seen by one of the Doctors at the Clinic.

Q: Who will be working in the Clinic?

A: The Clinic is staffed by Doctors who are members of the North York Family Physicians Association. When you visit the Clinic, you may find your own Doctor on duty. At other times, you will find a colleague working there.

Q: How will my own Doctor know I have been to the "After Hours" Clinic?

A: Your Doctor will receive a written report of your visit ONLY if your Family Physician is a member of the "After Hours" Clinic, otherwise, you may request a copy of your encounter sheet to give to your Family Physician.

 

 
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