Welcome to Chancellors Way Medical Arts Centre
Chancellors Way Medical Arts Centre is a centrally located public access medical centre, located just north of Stone Road and Edinburgh on Chancellors Way (on the University of Guelph campus). 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 principle 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.
COVID-19: Please note that we are taking all precautions and ensuring our clinics are safe for you to visit. As this COVID-19 situation unfolds, all clinics, except the walk-in clinic, are open but may operate at reduced hours. Please contact a clinic directly to find out their unique situation and hours and do not follow the hours posted on cwmac.ca.
If you have a cough with a fever, cough, or shortness breath please do not attend our facility. We are happy to treat you for all other conditions. If you are concerned about your health, you should call Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000.
New mental health resources are available through the Homewood: Call 1-866-585-0445 or visit wellnesstogether.ca
Skin Cancer Screening Clinic is Now Open!
Using a computerized mole mapping system, Dr. MacPhee MD MSc Ph.D. 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 to positive treatment outcomes. Call 226-780-5285 to book an appointment or book online by clicking on the button below.
Better than a typical Walk-In Clinic: Catering to U of Guelph Students
HOURS OF OPERATION:
CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER
Phone appointments are preferred: 519-837-1198
Last patient registration is 11:30am before lunch and 3:30pm in the afternoon.
Midtown Walk-in Clinic is now serving University students only. You must show your student card to reception upon arrival.
The clinic reserves the right to triage more severe cases, which could affect your wait time. Please note that we are taking all precautions and ensuring our clinics safe for you to visit.
If you have a cough with a fever, please do not attend our clinic. We are not a Covid-19 Testing Facility, but we are happy to treat you for all other conditions. If you are concerned about your health, you should call Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000.
The walk-in 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.