We are not performing any COVID vaccinations at this time and have no immediate plans to do so.
There are things you can do ahead of time to get prepared for your shot. If you are or might be pregnant, are breastfeeding, have an auto-immune disorder, are immunocompromised, or if you have had a severe allergic reaction to an mRNA vaccine or to any of its components or its container, you will need to talk to your doctor or another health care provider to see if you should get the COVID-19 vaccine. Consider contacting them now to discuss so you will ready when the vaccine is available to you.
NOTICE: December,1, 2020
Given the increased COVID risk level of public health measures the Dingwall Medical Clinic would like to advise their patients that the preferred method of appointments will now be via virtual/telephone appointments.
In person appointments will be approved for select issues.
Routine medical visits should be deferred.
Should the COVID risk level change the situation will be reassessed.
NOTICE: MARCH 12, 2020
Dear patients of the Dingwall Medical Clinic
We will no longer be accepting in person appointment requests effective March 12, 2020
If you have cold or flu like symptoms such as a fever, cough or shortness of breath and have travelled in the last 14 days or have been in contact with a person that has been diagnosed with COVID 19 please stay home and call the Northwestern Health Unit at 1-866-468-2240.
The Dingwall Clinic requires all patients wear a face mask as required by the Medical Officer of Health under the authority of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA) Ontario Regulations 263/20, 364/20.
Exemptions include children under the age of two years old.
Please ensure you bring a mask with you.