No. We are unable to give out any phone advice, including prescription renewals.
Travel advice and medicine is not covered by MSP. Therefore there is a private charge for your visit.
No. The same day appointment clinic is open at 7 am daily. Names are not taken over the phone or email; you must come in to register. Some problems do require an appointment such as pap tests and physicals. Same day reservations are available 7 days per week. Reservations can be made via our website and can be booked beginning at 7 am each day.
Appointments can be made with our pediatricians by referral from a family physician. Please discuss this with your family physician. Please note pediatric referrals cannot be given by one of our walk-in clinic physicians.
We do not have any incoming phone line for patients. All questions, queries and bookings must be made via our website kensingtonmedicalclinic.com
If you do not have access to the internet via yourself or a family member, please inform one of our receptionists on your next visit and we can discuss possible alternatives.
Walk in reservations are not doctor specific, but are instead for the first doctor available.
Our walk in reservation tool opens at 7 am each morning and patients can book for any available time throughout the day. Reservations can only be made for same day service and cannot be made for future days.
The Medical Services Plan (MSP) places restrictions on the number of patients that a doctor can see in a day. Due to fluctuating patient demand, the doctor may reach this MSP “cap” before the clinic is scheduled to close. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause and strongly urge patients to visit the clinic within 2 hours of the posted closing time to ensure being seen that day.
The following services are not covered under MSP:
If we are unable to validate your medical coverage or you do not have medical coverage, there will be a charge for the visit.
There will be a charge for all patients who do not have valid medical coverage in Canada. However, we must be able to verify your coverage prior to your visit.
Yes, in order for the doctor to discuss care of your child, it is necessary for the child to be present.
Patients are responsible for following up with the doctor for all test results. If your result is abnormal, we will make every effort to get a hold of you, however you are encouraged to follow up with the doctor is symptoms persist and worsen. Please ask our staff or the doctor how long it will take for your test results to come back to ensure you are able to follow up in a timely manner.