Do you need to see a doctor today or seek immediate medical care? You cannot visit your family doctor or you do not have one yet? Don’t worry! We offer same-day walk-in medical services without an appointment. Your minor acute illnesses, injuries, common health care needs, short-term and urgent issues are addressed thoroughly by our walk-in doctors.
If you are experiencing a serious or life-threatening emergency or any of the below symptoms, please go to a hospital or dial 911.
Symptoms: Loss of consciousness, pain not subsiding after taking anti-pain medication, feelings of mental confusion, persistent and severe chest pain, trouble breathing.
To protect your health and your community, routine immunization is necessary. Moreover, they reduce the risk of spreading or contracting the disease and protect the most vulnerable such as the elderly, children, and immunocompromised patients.
Yonge Cummer Medical Center offers a wide range of vaccinations at our clinic:
Virus: COVID-19/Coronavirus, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, HPV Virus, Herpes, Haemophilus Influenzae, Meningitis, Measles (German Measles), Polio, Rota Virus, Shingles Virus, Varicella (Chickenpox)
Bacteria: Diphtheria, Pertussis, Pneumonia, Tetanus, Typhoid
Shots: Allergy Shots, Birth Control Shots, Flu Shots, Vitamin D and B12 Shots
Express Physical Checkup
At Yonge Cummer Clinic, we take a preventive medicine approach. Such an approach includes proactively promoting health as well as preventing diseases. We will begin with an overview of your health history and conduct a limited physical exam that gives you a complete picture of your current health. This may also include healthy lifestyle changes, referrals to recommended wellness services, and further help you to live a healthy life.
How Does a Preventive Health Exam Work?
Adult preventive health exams may differ in their focus. Among the most common purposes are:
- Physical examinations, also known as “check-ups,” are performed regularly (once per year)
- Mammogram (once per year after age 40), by requisition
- Vaccination boosters (as needed)
- Colonoscopy – colon cancer screening (once every ten years after age 50), by requisition
- Annual vaccinations (influenza)
Are you travelling abroad? Yellow fever, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, Japanese encephalitis, typhoid, cholera, and meningitis are all diseases that can be contracted while travelling to high-risk areas. Our practitioners will sit down with you and discuss your medical history, immunization records, destination, and any other pertinent information before providing you with a highly customized strategy to protect you while travelling.