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| ONLINE BOOKING

Appointment Booking Form
(non-urgent IN-OFFICE appointments only)

Please have your health card ready to book your appointment.

Click Here to book your appointment with the nurse:

You may use this form to book one of the following with a Nurse.

  • Vaccinations (most adult and school age vaccines examples below)
    • Flu vaccine
    • COVID-19 vaccine
    • Pneumovax, Prevnar
    • Shingles Vaccine
    • Tetanus, Diphtheria, pertussis
    • Twinrix (Hep A and B)
    • HPV vaccine

**Please note that ALL children vaccines under the age of 6 will need to book a well-baby/child visit with their practitioner**

  • Medical injections
    • Testosterone
    • Abilify
    • Fluanxol
    • Humira
    • Methotrexate
    • Prolia (every 6 months)
    • Vitamin B12
    • Allergy shots
  • Suture/Staple removal
    • Sutures/staples are generally due to be removed after 7 – 10 days or as directed.
  • Blood Pressure Check (BP)
    • Starting a new BP medication
    • Practitioner has recommended regular BP checks
  • Contraception (BC)
    • Depo-Provera
    • Needs to be booked at least 12 weeks from last treatment.
  • Wound care (WC)
    • Dressing changes recommended by practitioner
  • Ear Syringing (ES)
    • Must be referred by practitioner first to schedule an appointment
    • Requires patient to apply oil of choice (olive oil, baby oil etc.) 3 days prior twice a day to soften the cerumen (ear wax)

PLEASE NOTE: 

  • These bookings are not for medical assessments. If you have immediate health concerns, please contact our office. 
  • Appointments for injections can only be booked online if your family physician or a specialist has prescribed the medications. 

Click Here to book your appointment with Dr. Thorogood:

Please use the link above to book a NON-URGENT IN-OFFICE APPOINTMENT with your family physician.

  • Well Baby/Child
    • Regular check-ups to monitor your child’s growth, development and scheduled immunizations at 1 week, 1 month, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, 15 months, 18 months, 2 years and annually until 16 years of age
  • PAP (CPX)
    • Currently, the Ontario Cervical Screening Program recommends that women who are or have been sexually active have a Pap test every 3 years starting at age 21 until the age of 70.
  • MTO Form (MTO)
    • Driver medical Form ONLY
    • You must bring the form with you to your appointment
  • BP
    • Starting a new BP medication
    • Practitioner has recommended regular BP checks
  • Diabetic Check-up
    • Check-up every 4 months
    • Go over blood work, medication, education, diet and lifestyle
  • Mental Health
    • A brief assessment of mental and emotional wellbeing can help identify warning signs of treatable ailments, if caught early.
    • Changes in mood or behavior
    • Medication follow-up
  • Pain Complaints
    • Ongoing pain back, knee, hip etc.
    • Follow-up on pain or pain medications
  • Preventative Care (Mammogram, FIT)
    • Preventative screening for certain cancers such as Correctol, breast and cervical
  • Skin Conditions
    • Lumps, bumps
    • Rashes
    • acne
  • COPD/Asthma
    • Discuss/f/up on breathing or chronic concerns
    • Medication renewals of puffers
    • Discuss Action Plan for COPD/Asthma
  • Female/Male Concerns
    • Concerns for females with urinary issues, breast, menstrual, hormones
    • Concerns for males with hormones, urinary issues, erectile dysfunction etc.
  • Follow-Up Hospital Discharge
    • Follow-up for recently being discharged from hospital, emergency department, walk-in or urgent care
  • Gastrointestinal Issues
    • Issues with stomach pains, bowel issues, weight loss or weigh gain
  • Sleep Concerns
    • Fatigue
    • Difficulties falling asleep or staying asleep
    • Renewal of medications
  • General Wellness Check-up
    • Yearly health check -up
    • Needing blood work or referrals
    • Letter or note for massage, physio
  • Cold/Flu Symptoms
    • Symptoms lasting more than 3 days, cough, congestion, sore throat etc.

 

Please note: 

  • Not all physicians are offering online booking at this time.
  • Some physicians may have locum coverage from time to time.

Click Here to book your appointment with the Sexual Health Clinic:

  • PAP (CPX)
    • Currently, the Ontario Cervical Screening Program recommends that women who are or have been sexually active have a Pap test every 3 years starting at age 21 until the age of 70.
  • Injection (INJ)
    • Depo-Provera
  • Contraception (BC)
    • Counselling on all recommendations for birth control (IUD, birth control pills, nexplanon etc.)
    • Birth control prescription renewals
  • STI Visit (STI)
    • Education, testing and treatment of STIs
  • Vaccination (VAX)
    • Education, prescriptions, administration of vaccinations (HPV, Hepatitis A&B, menactra etc.)
    • Blood work required for vaccination status (titer for immunity such has measles)
  • Reproductive Care
    • IUD removal
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