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London Health Services

Ontario Health Care

Ontario Goverment Health Care Options is intended to provide you with the best health care option according to your needs.

 

London Walk In Clinics

This is a list of Walk In Clinics around the city provided by Information London's thehealthline.ca. For specific information about the clinic, click on the clinic’s name. Most clinics require your health card.

 

London Hospitals

St. Joseph’s Hospital
This link directs you to the services that are offered at the St. Joseph Hospital. This facility also has an Urgent Care Centre open 7 days a week, from 8am to 4:30 pm for non threatening illness and injuries.

Parkwood Hospital
Parkwood specializes in complex care, rehabilitation, geriatric services and veteran care.

Children’s Hospital of Western Ontario - CHWO
CHWO, part of London Health Sciences Centre, provides inpatient and outpatient services for people from birth to 17 years of age.

London Health Sciences Centre
London Health Science Centre includes: South Street Hospital, University Hospital and Victoria Hospitals. There are emergency departments at University and Victoria Hospital. For more information about the services click on programs and services at the top of the screen.

 

London Community Resources

Ontario. Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care - London Office
For obtaining a health card. All applications must include three pieces of original documentation to prove identity, citizenship and current residency.


Middlesex-London Health Unit

The efforts of Health Unit staff help the residents of Middlesex county and the City of London live balanced, healthy lives by providing a variety of programs and services aimed at preventing disease and promoting health.


London Intercommunity Health Centre - LIHC

Provide inclusive and equitable health and social services to those who experience barriers to care. LIHC offers a variety of programs and services to compliment health care.

 

Help Yourself Through Hard Times
This pamphlet provided by Information London's thehealthline.ca gives information for families and individuals who are experiencing financial difficulties. It lists where to go when in need of basic support including: food, shelter, financial assistance, mental and physical health resources.

 

Middlesex-London's Community Health Status Resource
Provides a general overview of health status in Middlesex-London such as demographics, social determinants of health, deaths, hospitalizations, child and youth health, reproductive health, injuries, chronic diseases, lifestyle behaviours and environmental health

 

London Suicide Prevention Council
The website includes: how and where to get help for someone at risk, resources for coping after a suicide death, how you can help to create a suicide safer community, personal stories of healing after a suicide death, as well as registration for suicide alertness training (Safe Talk).

 

e-CPS

e-CPS provides online access to the most current Canadian drug information at the point of care. An advanced, yet user-friendly service that is updated regularly.