I Need Same-Day or Urgent Care

 

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Urgent Care
and Walk-In Clinics

If you have one or more of the following symptoms, you should immediately call 9-1-1 or go to an emergency department:

750 Big Bay Point Rd,
Barrie

Does not see patients presenting with cold or flu symptoms.

Appointments required

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480 Huronia Rd.
#102, Barrie

Treating patients with non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses.

In addition to a wide range of services, the clinic offers on-site radiology, a minor procedure room, splint and cast application/removal, as well as on-site urinalysis, pregnancy and glucometer testing.

HuroniaUrgentCareClinic.com

477 Grove St E,
Unit 15, Barrie

No appointment necessary.

Phone: 705-241-9583

Clinic hours

Barrie and Area OHT Wellington Walk-in Clinic

200 Wellington St W,
Unit 3, Barrie

No appointment necessary, offers in-person and virtual assessments.

705-739-0127

238 Barrie St. 
Thornton

No appointment necessary. 

Phone: 705-250-9544

QueensHealthCentre.com

Barrie and Area OHT - Emergency Care

Book a same-day or next-day arrival time to be assessed and treated for minor injuries to a limb (sprain, strain or simple fracture, etc.) or minor symptoms of flu, cold or other respiratory illnesses like RSV and COVID-19.

Click here to book

Virtual Care Options

Virtual care uses digital tools to help you connect with health care providers online or by phone, for convenient access to the best care when and where you need it.

Connect online with a registered nurse 24/7 and find health care services close to home. 

Call 811 or visit Health811

Barrie and Area OHT - New Path - Child and Youth support

The Central Region Virtual Urgent Care Clinic provides adult and pediatric patients with timely access to virtual care with a nurse practitioner for urgent non-life-threatening conditions.

Hours: 1 – 9 p.m., 7 days a week

Appointments required

Click here to book

Emergency Care

Local emergency departments provide treatment of severe illnesses and life-threatening injuries 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Barrie and Area OHT - Emergency Care

Caring for patients whose health problems need immediate attention and cannot wait to be seen by a family doctor throughout Barrie and surrounding area.

More information here

Barrie and Area OHT -Simcoe Muskoka Regional Child and Youth Mental Health Services

Book a same-day or next-day arrival time to be assessed and treated for minor injuries to a limb (sprain, strain or simple fracture) or minor symptoms of flu, cold or other respiratory illnesses like RSV and COVID-19.

Click here to book

Cold, Flu and COVID-19 Care

Remember, stay home when you’re sick or experiencing Cold, Flu- or COVID-like symptoms, even if mild.

After-Hours Clinics

The following After-Hours Clinics are only available to patients currently registered with a local family physician who is part of the Barrie Family Health Organization (FHO). Patients should call their family physician’s office first as they may be able to provide care sooner.

829 Big Bay Point Rd,
Unit D12, Barrie

Walk-in visits on a first-come, first-served basis as limited spots are available.

Please visit the website at barriefho.ca for opening times.

Directions

125 Bell Farm Rd,
Ste 101, Barrie

Walk-in visits on a first-come, first-served basis as limited spots are available.

Please visit the website at barriefho.ca for opening times.

Directions

Barrie and Area OHT Tele-Clinic

For medical needs not requiring in-person physical assessments or if you are unsure what you require, Barrie FHO patients may call the Tele-Clinic to speak to staff and, if necessary, complete a phone assessment with a physician.

705-722-1199

Frequently Asked Questions

Urgent Care Clinics are for injuries or illnesses that are not life-threatening. 

Hospital Emergency Departments are for serious issues that may be considered a medical emergency.

Walk-In Clinics provide medical care for people who do not have a family doctor or have one and are unable to reach them.

You can see a nurse or doctor, often without an appointment at a walk-in clinic, and get advice, assessment and treatment for minor illnesses and injuries such as cuts, bruises, minor infections, sprains and skin complaints.

After-Hours Clinics in the Barrie Area are only available to patients currently registered with a local family physician who is part of the Barrie Family Health Organization. Patients should call their family physician’s office first as they may be able to provide care sooner.

Health811

Connecting you to non-urgent health advice and information from a registered health care worker.

Call 811 or visit Health811.

211 Ontario

Connecting you to non-emergency community programs and social services.

Call 211 or visit 211 Ontario.