Patient Information During COVID-19

       COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION


Our Physician Office Contact information

Online Appointment Booking options


Think you might have (coronavirus) ?

Take a self assessment to help you decide if you need a COVID testScreen before leaving for school


Feeling unwell? Cough or Cold symptoms in yourself or your child?

You can be assessed by a physician at the North Durham COVID Assessment Centre.  We are located at 19 Jeffrey Street Prince Albert, ON and we are open 7-days a week from noon-4PM.

To book an appointment -> Just fill out the form and select “Physician Assessment” on the first page. Walk-ins are also welcome and will be accommodated when possible. There is a physician on-site to assess your symptoms. Covid prescriptions and testing also available on site.

Please consider this option to help relieve pressures on our ER and walk in clinic.

Book your appointment at covidswab.lh.ca

 


Dr. Steve Russell encourages you to lean into important conversations with your family about advance care directives during COVID-19 pandemic.  How would you choose to be treated if you were to fall seriously ill?

Find more Advance Care Planning tools at www.speakupontario.ca


Medical Associates of Port Perry and the North Durham Family Health Team would like to encourage people to adopt a mindful and meditative approach to our current crisis.

More tips for maintaining your Mental Well-Being during COVID-19 can be found here.


Photo of Mental Health Staff holding signs saying "We're Here for you"The mental health team at the North Durham Family Health Team are here for you. Although at times it may feel like we are alone and separated from each other, there is support available.
Feel free to contact your family physician’s office or call the North Durham Family Health Team office at 905-985-2895 ext. 6070 to discuss how to access additional services


Other Resources


Find Answers to Your Frequently Asked Questions:

What is a virtual visit?
  • Virtual visits are being performed via phone call and/or video visits.
  • Please ensure you have updated your phone number with staff when booking your appointment.
  • Video visits will require you to use a smartphone or computer with a camera and internet connection. If we feel that a video visit would be the best option for you, you will be sent an email invitation with instructions on how to attend the visit. Please ensure your email address is up to date and if you are not receiving the invitation as expected, please check your Junk folder.
  • Find more information about Virtual Care Here
What do I do if I have symptoms?
Should I wear a mask when I come to the clinic?

Masks must be worn while at the clinic.

Is the Clinic an Assessment Site?
Where can I get more information about COVID-19?

Other resources: