Orléans Urgent Care seeking Ministry of Health support to remain open and serve community

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elizabeth taylor
Apr 22, 2021
we in Orleans need to have a place to go other than one of the hospitals for health issues.
Especially those of us who no longer have a doctor.

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Amanda Lacey
Oct 19, 2020
I have used it since I was an infant (30 years). It is a fundamental health centre for orleans. Offering medical services, X-ray, lab, ultrasound.. you can’t get that in an Appletree. My dad put a knife through his hand and he went to Urgent Care to be triaged before they sent him to the hospital. This place should NEVER be closed.

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Diane Gervais
1 year ago
We need all the health care we can get the as the population in Orleans is growing.

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Nathalie Neault
1 year ago
I have repeatedly used the medical services at Urgent Care. Orleans needs to retain this medical clinic.

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Brenda Lauzon
1 year ago
I think this clinic is much needed and prevents people to go to overcrowded emergency rooms .

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Rachel Crossan
1 year ago
This urgent Care Clinic is critical for the positive public health of Orleans residents

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Jim Kahle
1 year ago
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Adrrian Michaud
1 year ago
Orleans urgent Care is my go to location before going to a hospital.

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Veronique Bourbonnais
1 year ago
I have used this clinic multiple times and think it is highly necessary

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Claudette Gaudet
1 year ago
The Urgent Care Clinic is an important service in our community. It has always been very busy when I went there except last month during Covid-19, an exceptional time. It offers a range of services not available at other medical clinics in Orleans and serves a community of over 120,000 residents plus those coming from beyond it's boundary. The Clinic helps prevent overcrowding of the labs, imaging and emergency departments of the hospitals in Ottawa and considerably reduces the distance and time required to access the services. We should also not discount it's location as a factor in fighting climate change.