The Urgent Care Centre (UCC), located within the C.W. Wiebe Medical Centre offers the services of a medical center physician for “urgent” medical situations. No appointment is necessary and patients are usually treated on a first come, first serve basis.
If you are experiencing life threatening signs, you need to seek Emergency care.
For Emergency care, call 911 or go to Boundary Trails Health Centre
(located at the corner of Hwy #14 and Hwy #3, Phone 204-331-8800)
Examples of an EMERGENCY:
- Chest pain or heart attack
- Loss of consciousness or convulsions
- Multiple or compound fractures
Who should go to Urgent Care?
The Urgent Care Centre is for those that need to be seen urgently by a physician that day, non-emergency medical matters and for those new to the area that don’t have a regular physician at this time.
UCC physicians offer treatment for a variety of urgent, non-life threatening illnesses and injuries such as:
- Abrasions/minor cuts
- Ear pain
- Minor injuries
- Pink eye
- Sinus infection
- Sore throat
- Urinary tract infection
- Yeast infection
Prescription Renewals and Non Urgent Visits
If you require a prescription renewal or have a non-urgent medical issue, including a physical or a form, please call our office during regular hours or use the Web Access to schedule an appointment with your doctor.
Please note: Repeat prescriptions for Tylenol No. 3, sleeping pills and related medications will not be given in Urgent Care.