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Chatham, ON, N7M 0L1

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Walk-in Clinics

In Chatham-Kent, we believe that everyone should have a family doctor. However, if you do not have one yet, or desire service before an appointment with your doctor can be booked, you may choose to visit a walk-in clinic.

When to visit a Walk-in Clinic

Walk-in Clinics provide health care services to people who require non-urgent medical attention, and serve all people covered under the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP). To make the most of this service, it is important that people only visit walk-in clinics when they cannot wait for an appointment with their own family doctor.

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It is also important that people visit walk-in clinics for non-urgent medical needs. Emergency health care service is provided through Emergency Rooms throughout Chatham-Kent.

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In Chatham-Kent we have a walk-in clinc that provides general medical attention, and several others that specifically offer sexual health services.

For General Health

Chatham-Kent Family Practice & Walk-In Clinic
60 Keil Dr. South, Chatham, ON 
Phone: 519.358.7158

Tilbury Walk-In Clinic
15 Mill St East, Tilbury, ON
Phone: 519-682-3699
Walk-in hours:
Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

For Sexual Health

Blenheim Youth Centre
78 Marlborough Street South, Blenheim, ON
Phone: 519.676.0207
Walk-in hours:
Thursday 2:00pm-4:00pm
Other services available by appointment.

Ridgetown Municipal Service Centre
45 Main Street East, 2nd Floor, Ridgetown, ON
Phone: 519.674.5583
Walk-in hours: Thursday 12:30pm-3:00pm
Other services available by appointment.

Chatham-Kent Community Health Centre
808 Dufferin Avenue, Wallaceburg,ON
Walk-in hours: Tuesday 2:30-4:00pm
Other services available by appointment.

Sexual health walk-in services include:

  • Birth control purchase and pick up (if you are a client, or have a Consent to Dispense)
  • Emergency contraception pill (“morning after pill” or Plan B)
  • Free pregnancy testing and counselling
  • Sexual health counselling
  • Free condoms
  • Scheduling clinic appointments

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Friday, May 23, 2014
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