Need a Doctor?
Register NOW with uOttawa Health Services (uOHS)
The University of Ottawa Health Service (uOHS) clinic serves all students, staff and faculty of the University of Ottawa. If you are part of one of these categories, you can register online for a family physician. You will need your uOttawa student or staff ID number to register. You will be sent a registration package to complete. Once completed and returned you will receive a welcome letter with the name of your new primary care provider.
You can access uOHS walk-in services if you are not yet registered by calling the clinic at 613-564-3950.
- Mental Health services
- Travel Medicine Clinic
- Allergy injections
- Immigration Examination
- Sexual Health
Please call the clinic at 613-564-3950 to schedule an appointment.
Monday: 8 AM - 8 PM
Tuesday: 8 AM - 8 PM
Wednesday: 8 AM - 8 PM
Thursday: 8 AM - 8 PM
Friday: 8 AM - 8 PM
Saturday: 10 AM - 2 PM
Sunday: 10 AM - 2PM
100 Marie Curie (suite 100)
With just a few clicks you’ll be connected to an Appletree doctor via video or phone from the comfort of your home, school or office. Appletree’s Virtual Care is covered by OHIP.
- Birth Control Renewals
- STI Screening Tests
- Prescription Renewals
- Specialists Referrals
- Female UTI's ( Urinary Infections)
- Sick Notes ( Generic Email)
- And many other conditions for patients aged 4+
Code 99 Program:
The Code 99 program encourages and facilitates physicians, faculty, students and trainees to obtain a family physician. Specialists who are interested in providing care to physicians may also participate. The term “Code 99” is meant to signal that a physician is in need of urgent assistance.
Who Can Participate?
All Ottawa-area physicians and learners of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa, are welcome to utilize the program.
How Can You Become A Code 99 Physician?
Family physicians interested in providing care to colleagues are invited to contact the Faculty Wellness Program to be included as a resource. Pediatricians or other specialists are welcome to join as well.
What About Confidentiality?
Basic intake information is collected with your permission and is treated with the utmost confidentiality. Should you not wish to provide this information you will not be denied access to the program. The Faculty Wellness Program can provide confidential and/or anonymous support and referral information.