See COVID-19 tab below for information on the pandemic

COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus)


We are here for our patients

We are still seeing patients, making appointments and delivering care as much as possible.  EXTENSIVE screening efforts are in place to protect you and your family as well as our staff.  It is likely that your appointment may be conducted over the phone or video chat.  Our staff will be in touch with you if this is the case.

Concerned that you may have COVID-19?

If you are concerned that you may have COVID-19, please STAY HOME and call the clinic or follow the self-assessment tool below.  DO NOT COME TO THE CLINIC.  DO NOT GO TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM unless you are severely unwell.  One of our staff will call you within 24 hours to answer your questions.  We may ask our patients to reschedule non-urgent appointments to prioritize those with high needs.  

Social Distancing

We as a clinic whole-heartedly endorse the recommendations for social distancing.  Wash your hands, clean surfaces often and cough into your sleeve. Do not gather in groups.  Stay home if you are sick.  Work from home if possible.  Only leave your house if absolutely necessary.  We need to protect our resources and flatten the curve.

Up to date information on COVID-19

Up to date information on the situation can be found on the following websites.  These sites are updated very frequently and include travel advisories, health advice

Use of Emergency Resources

DO NOT call 911 unless you feel it is absolutely necessary.  DO NOT go to the emergency room unless it is absolutely necessary.  CALL US first for direction.  Someone is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Contacting Public Health

You may be asked to contact the Middlesex London Health Unit.  They can be reached at 



If you are concerned that you may have been in contact with someone with the virus, self-monitoring is very important


You may be asked to self-isolate by one of our staff.  Click here to find out how to do this.