Due to COVID19 there are no face-to-face drop-in services available at Student Health Services. Students needing medical or mental health appointments can call Student Health Services at x3243 to set this up. You will be seen online first and if your clinician deems it necessary, a face-to-face appointment will be booked. There will be some availability for some same-day phone appointments for urgent situations.
You need a valid student card and a valid health card to receive services (UIHP, OHIP, guard.me).
Due to COVID19 there are no face-to-face drop-in services available at Student Health Services. You can call during regular business hours, x3243.
If it is a life-threatening emergency call 9-1-1 or local emergency number. If not life threatening, and between 9:00am-4:00pm call x3243 for an urgent same day medical appointment.
If it is after 4:00pm and before 9:00am and it is not urgent leave us a message, go to the nearest walk in clinic open or call Telehealth 1 866-797-0000 (Ontario only).
We can still help you with an online appointment, call x3243 to book an STI appointment and we will tell you how to get it done regardless where you are in Ontario.
If you prefer to get it from your own doctor, please download a copy of the medical certificate from our website and get your own doctor to sign it.
If you need a note from any of our Brock clinicians, please call x3243 and inform the medical admin that you need a medical note. She will determine who to book you with for a phone consult. All medical notes will be emailed to you.
If you have forms that need to be filled by a doctor or nurse practitioner, please call x3243 and inform the medical admin what you need filled out. All forms are done electronically and will be emailed to you as an attachment after your online appointment.
Call x3243 and book an appointment with one of our doctors or nurse practitioner who will create the referral for you if needed. You need to be under the care of a family physician in order to get a referral to a specialist.
First, check with your pharmacy to see if they have been authorised to provide you with a refill. If not book an online appointment by calling x3243.
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No, we do not have on-call service.
No news means good news. If there are any concerns regarding your test results, nurses will call you.
See our website for details, your privacy is protected. We will not share your information outside the circle of care without your permission. When you first see the clinician, you will be requested to sign a consent form including for virtual care and communication.
You can call us at x3243 and the medical admin will arrange an appointment for you, depending on what you need. Please note travel medicine is not covered by most insurances so there may be a cost that you will have to pay.
You can get your immunization records one of three ways:
- You can ask your caregivers if they have a copy of your “yellow card”. Many caregivers were given this immunization card when you were a baby and brought it to appointments to have completed by the doctor after an immunization was given for their personal records.
- You can check with the Public Health Department in the area where you grew up. Many times they will have documentation of immunizations you received through your family doctor, community, and school programs. If you moved around during your childhood, you may need to contact each of the Public Health Departments in the areas that you resided to see if they have anything on record.
- You can try contacting your childhood doctor’s office directly to see if they still have your immunization records on file.
As long as you have a valid OHIP card or have purchased insurance (for example, Sun Life or guard.me), there is no cost to you to have a routine appointment with one of our physicians or nurse practitioners. There are some situations where you may require forms to be completed, or certain specialty services to be performed that require a fee, however you would be notified of this prior to engaging in those services.
Yes. If you have a valid provincial health card or International Insurance, you may book an appointment with one of our clinicians and the various services we offer.
There is a $30.00 fee for missed appointment with our physicians, and a $100.00 fee for missed appointments with our specialists. If you are unable to keep your appointment time, please be sure to cancel your appointment 24 hours prior to avoid incurring such a fee.
Annual TB testing requirements can be done through Student Health Services and is a multi-step process. Firstly, you would book a telephone with one of our clinicians to review your medical history, reason for testing, and to obtain consent for having the test done. Secondly, you will need to book an appointment with one of our nurses to come into Harrison Hall to have the test administered. And lastly, you will need to book an appointment 48 to 72 hours later to come into Harrison Hall to have the test read. If you require a 2 Step TB Skin Test, you will have to repeat steps 2 and 3 one to four weeks after receiving your initial test.
Call x3243 and ask for an appointment with a nurse or a physician and they will help you. If you could benefit, they will connect you with Brock’s Sexual Violence Coordinator, Larisa Fry. If you would like to contact her directly, her email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call x3243 and we can book you with a nurse practitioner or a physician.