AFTER-HOURS CARE

Additional Access to Comprehensive Primary Care

URGENT CARE

Dr. Manning enjoys being your doctor and does her best work when she takes time for her own learning, rest and recreation. Further, she is not not in the office full time as she also has a focused practice in Reproductive Health. Despite her full schedule, she and/or her skilled support staff to triage your concerns. She also saves "same-day appointments," not listed on the online schedule, for urgent issues that can't wait (obtained by emailing or phoning the clinic).

 

Even with this flexibility, this does not always mean your schedule lines up with hers and sometimes, it may be more appropriate for a patient to be seen elsewhere such as the emergency room. Manning Family Medicine also always does its best to secure locum coverage in the event of a doctor being away, however, this is not always possible given the shortage of family physicians in Ontario.

 


For urgent care issues, Dr. Manning has "same-day appointments," not listed on her online schedule, for those urgent issues that can't wait (obtained by emailing or phoning).

 

 

Here are a few other suggestions on how to obtain medical care outside of regular hours, if necessary:

ADDITIONAL AFTER-HOURS CLINICS (URGENT ISSUES ONLY)

Available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, by appointment only. After Hours Clinic Locations:

  • FROM NOV 1, 2021: Monday 5 pm - 8 pm – Manning Family Medicine – 381 Kent Street, Suite 204, Ottawa, ON, K2P 2A8 

  • Tuesday – Mirus Medical – 1637 Woodroffe Avenue, Suite 301, Ottawa, ON, K2G 1W2, 613-369-5060

  • Wednesday – McArthur Family Medical Centre – 355 Montreal Rd #106, Vanier, ON, K1L 8H3, 613-740-0200

  • Thursday – Mirus Medical – 1637 Woodroffe Avenue, Suite 301, Ottawa, ON, K2G 1W2, 613-369-5060

  • Saturday – McArthur Family Medical Centre – 355 Montreal Rd #106, Vanier, ON K1L 8H3, 613-740-0200

ORLEANS URGENT CARE

The Orleans Urgent Care Clinic (OUCC) is a free-standing emergency care facility in Orleans, Ontario, Canada. They are staffed with emergency physicians. The OUCC is a walk-in medical clinic that deals with a full spectrum of medical and minor surgical problems. The OUCC has many of the same medical facilities and equipment available in a hospital emergency department, including a resuscitation room and is equipped to administer initial treatment and stabilization of serious and acute medical conditions such as heart attack, asthma, fractures, dislocations, lacerations and allergic reactions. The clinic also provides the same medical services as may be found in a regular walk in clinic, such as treatment of respiratory infections, skin problems and musculoskeletal injuries, and all this without the need for pre-booking an appointment.  Open 8am - 9pm Monday-Friday and 8am - 3pm Saturday and Sunday.

CHEO

For urgent or emergent pediatric issues. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

THE OTTAWA HOSPITAL CIVIC OR GENERAL CAMPUS EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS 

The Emergency Departments at the Civic and General Campuses are designed to care for patients suffering from serious medical problems who are unable to wait to be seen by their family physician. Both emergency departments are open 24/7.  There is no emergency department at the Riverside Campus. 

QUEENSWAY CARLETON HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

Queensway Carleton Hospital’s Emergency Department is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, seeing adults and children.

MONTFORT HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT 

Full scale emergency department, open 24 hours per day, seven days per week.

PREGNANCY-RELATED ISSUES

If less than 20 weeks, please visit any emergency department and/or contact your doctor. If greater than 20 weeks, please contact your obstetrics provider and/or proceed to labour and delivery.