Northeast Urgent and Primary Care Centre (UPCC)
- In Person
- Call our office
- Patients must present to the clinic for registration. Then are seen based on urgency. Social Work appointments available for registered patients.
The Northeast UPCC is for patients who require medical attention within 12 – 24 hours but are not emergent. The last patient will be accepted one hour before closing.
With a focus on residents in the neighborhood’s of Hastings Sunrise, Renfrew Collingwood and Cedar Cottage, the Urgent and Primary Care Centre will provide care for unexpected, non-life-threatening health concerns that require same-day treatment. If your primary care provider is not available (family doctor or nurse practitioner), you can go to the Northeast UPCC for illnesses or injuries such as:
- Sprains and strains
- Cuts, wounds or skin conditions
- High fever
- Infections, including chest, ear and urinary tract
- Asthma attacks
- New or worsening pain
- Less serious child illness and injury
- Worsening chronic disease
- Social work services
- Indigenous Elder support is also available on referral
For life-threatening illnesses or injuries, please call 9-1-1 or go to the emergency department to be assessed and treated immediately.
If you do not have a primary care provider and are looking for a family doctor or nurse practitioner please register online here.
- Please review these GENERAL TIPS about how to prepare for a video or telephone appointment with your provider.
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Last patient accepted approximately one hour before closing. Clinic will stop accepting patients when daily capacity is reached.
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Interpreter services are available free of charge if it’s difficult for you to communicate with health-care staff in English. Please speak to a staff member if you or your family needs the help of an interpreter.
Languages spoken in addition to English
- Interpreter services available upon request