Midtown Urgent Care University Student Clinic
Last patient registration is 11:30am before lunch and 3:30pm in the afternoon.
Due to difficulties operating during Covid-19, 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.
Centrally Located Medical Clinic
The clinic is staffed with experienced doctors and nurses that are here to provide the residents of Guelph, Wellington County, and the University of Guelph community with urgent, non-emergency, medical care. Many of our physicians have prior experience working in hospital emergency departments.
Although we can serve the public as a medical walk-in clinic, we have the capacity to treat more complex medical conditions that a standard walk-in clinic generally cannot treat. These medical conditions can be considered ‘urgent’ (such as injuries that require stitches), but not emergencies. Consults for procedures such as biopsies, joint injections, and wart removal are available and will be referred to the appropriate provider or may be addressed through our on-site procedures clinic. We also have a unique ability to direct care to our partners that can provide in-house emergency dental services and on-call chiropractic or physiotherapy consults. We have access to on-site diagnostic ultrasound for obstetrical and gynaecological investigation.
An on-site pharmacy is available to enable our clinical staff to deliver the best quality care possible for your non-emergency medical condition. Timely referral to several other on-site allied health services (such as dietetics and social work) can be facilitated through the clinic.
In times of very high patient volume, we may need to close registration an hour before the clinic officially closes.
If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, please go directly to the emergency department of your local hospital
- extreme difficulty breathing or severe abdominal (stomach) pain;
- chest pains and believe you may be having a heart attack;
- severe allergic reaction and feel your throat closing;
- severe, uncontrolled bleeding
- severe emotional distress and/or hallucinations.