Welcome to Chancellors Way Medical Arts Centre
Chancellors Way Medical Arts Centre is a centrally located, public access, medical centre located in Research Park North on the academic and research lands of the University of Guelph. Our facility was built to follow the community health hub model of care. This model promotes collaboration, discussion, and service integration as the underlying guiding principal of healthcare delivery. We are also teaching facility for the Department of Human Health & Nutritional Sciences at the University of Guelph and are committed to health promotion through participation in research, education, workshops, and events that involves the general public and U of G student body.
Skin Cancer Screening Clinic – NOW OPEN!
Using a computerized mole mapping system, Dr. MacPhee MD MSc PhD and his highly trained nurses are able to screen your entire skin surface for skin cancer by identifying each mole on your body and tracking any changes over time. This service is not covered by OHIP, but is highly affordable at $175.00 for a full body scan ($150.00 for any follow-up scans). Insurance coverage may be available depending on your plan. Early detection of skin cancer is key in positive treatment outcomes. Call 226-780-5285 to book an appointment or book online by clicking on the button below.
The Skin Cancer Screening Clinic is proud to sponsor Morgan’s Melanoma Awareness Fundraiser on May 25 at the Elora & District Community Centre.
Come by and see our booth!
Anxiety Improv Workshop for Kids and Teens
BEGINS: June 2, 2019 (program consists of 7 sessions in total, with no session on the July 1 long weekend)
Location: Chancellors Way Medical Arts Centre (CareWell Health Group Studio)
When: Sundays from 12pm-3pm (age group 10-13) and 3:30pm-6:30pm (age 14-18)
Program: This workshop is designed to enable kids and teens to discover methods to manage social anxiety. The program is designed to provide a safe place, free of judgment, that will allow participants to obtain an understanding of anxiety causation and the tools that can be used control it. A medical doctor and specially trained facilitator from the Making Box will lead the group in exercises in a fun and welcoming environment.
Participation in all exercises is not mandatory, but participants must at least watch and attend all sessions.
No medical referral for this program is required, but space is limited to 10-12 participants for each workshop. Registration is on a first come first serve basis.
Parents or guardians of participants will be required attend the first 20 minutes of the first session and complete a short survey at the end of the program.
To register, email: [email protected]
Better than a Typical Walk-in Clinic: Midtown Urgent Care
The general public of Guelph and Wellington County are welcome to attend the Midtown Urgent Care Clinic, as well as the University of Guelph students, faculty and staff. We also serve visitors from the USA and other countries.
Midtown Urgent Care Clinic is our on-site medical walk-in clinic, which can deliver all the care a standard walk-in clinic can do, but treatments for more complex conditions are also available. The clinic can administer many services not available at other walk-in clinics including allergy shots, immunizations, and advanced first aid (like suturing). We are the only true Urgent Care Clinic in Guelph.
The urgent care clinic is supported by our on-site pharmacists from CW Pharmacy and other health professionals like chiropractors, physiotherapists and a psychiatrist. Our nurses and doctors are experienced and friendly.
We strive for a short wait time of just a few minutes, our waiting room is comfortable, and wifi is free. Conveniently 5-9pm (Tuesday-Friday) and on Saturdays from 10am-2pm. Let us take care of your health needs!
Parking is validated with any prescription filled at our pharmacy: CW Pharmacy.