How to Access our Clinics

Dr Erica Roebbelen

Anyone who is homeless or precariously housed and does not have a family doctor is welcome to access our services.

We see patients in many different venues in town. Please see the full list of clinics here.

Our physicians, nurses and midwives are happy to provide care for patients even if they are not staying in the shelter system. Many of our patients are sleeping rough (ie: outdoors) or are precariously housed but come to see us at our various locations when they are in need of care.

Men and women are welcome at all our clinics (ie: women are welcome to see our health care practitioners at men’s shelters and men are welcome to attend the clinic at the YWCA) however we do reserve our clinic at the Good Shepherd Women’s Services site for women only. Most of our clinics require no appointments and patients are seen on a first-come first-served basis. Some of them require appointments. This is clearly laid out on our monthly clinic schedule.

If you are trying to find a clinic that will best suit your needs, please call our administrative assistant at 905-526-7137 and she will assist you.