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Public Walk-In Clinic

Public Walk in

The Delhi Community Health Centre Walk-In Clinic is open to everyone in our community.


  • Thursday 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm (Registration until 7:30 pm)
  • Saturday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm (Registration until 12:30 pm)

We do not schedule appointments, services are provided on a first come, first served basis. Last patient registration is approximately 30 (thirty) minutes prior to the clinic closing. Due to high volumes, registration may be shortened when necessary and please be prepared for a lengthy wait. Physicians only provide acute/urgent care, please bring only your most urgent issue to the doctor’s attention. If you are experiencing chest pain please go to the nearest hospital emergency room. If you are experiencing cold or flu symptoms, please wear a mask. If you don’t have one, please ask for one at reception.

If you need medical procedures (sutures/staples, possible fracture or broken bones etc.) or this is a medical emergency, please go to your local hospital:

  • Norfolk General Hospital – 365 West Street, Simcoe – Tel: (519) 426-0750
  • Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital – 167 Rolph Street, Tillsonburg – Tel: (519) 842-3611
  • Brantford General Hospital –  200 Terrace Hill Street, Brantford – Tel: (519) 751-5544
  • Hagersville Hospital  – 75 Parkview Rd., Hagersville  – Tel: (905) 768-3311
  • Woodstock Hospital – 310 Juliana Dr. Woodstock – Tel: (519) 421-4211
  • St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital – 189 Elm St. St. Thomas – Tel: (519) 631-2030

Patient Advisory

Some medical services are not appropriate for a walk-in clinic setting and, therefore, need will be assessed on an individual basis where there is no primary care physician. Please see your family physician whenever possible.

  • Need will be assessed for the following: pre-op exams, complete physical exam, pap smears, well-baby, vaccinations and follow-up regarding diagnostic imaging or lab work
  • We cannot complete complex forms. Physicians do not have the appropriate information needed to complete forms in the walk-in clinic. (Exception: WSIB forms will be completed when the completion of the form is related to the walk-in clinic visit in question)
  • We will not provide second opinions of established health problems
  • Narcotic and/or controlled medications will NOT be prescribed
  • Prescription renewals will only be renewed for 1 (one) month
  • Emergent mental health crisis will be triaged to an appropriate emergency department.
  • Injections will be done at the discretion of the attending physician; under NO circumstances will allergy injections be administered.
  • When requesting injections, original pharmacy packing or dosage information from the prescriber MUST be provided or the injection will NOT be administered.
  • There are fees for some services. These include an invalid health card, a sick, return to work or school note, driver’s medicals and some injections. If you are unsure, please ask our staff.
  • Patients and staff are expected to be mutually respectful. Please remember that everyone visiting the Walk-In Clinic has a similar need, and will be seen in the order registered. Please note that occasionally there are exceptions to this at the physician’s discretion. Aggressive or disruptive patients may be asked to leave, or in extreme situations may be forcibly removed. This behaviour could result in the patient being denied future use of the clinic.