If you are not a patient of Concordia Medical Centre and not in our system
please bring your Manitoba Health Card to your first visit
(note: patients will not be seen in the walk-in clinic without this).
Patients will be seen on first come first served basis. If patient load exceeds our ability to serve everybody, we may cease booking patients ahead of posted hours.
(note: Concordia Medical Centre reserves the right to triage patients and move them up the list if their condition warrants it).
If the patient is not under the care of Concordia Medical Centre, the clinic will
not prescribe chronic opiod pain medication, chronic benzodiazepene or other drugs with potential for abuse.
Call Us: 204-667-1100
You must give at least 24 hours notice to cancel an appointment. A missed appointment results in another
patient not seeing a physician and receiving the care they deserve.
Missed appointments will be assessed a fee from $35 to $130 in accordance to the MMA fee guide
Concordia Medical Centre
In-addition to the services listed on the Home page we also offer the follow examples of service, but not limited to:
Screening and treatment for sexually transmitted infections
(STI, STD, VD)
Removal of skin-tags
Toenail removal (Vandenbos procedure)
Travel advice and immunizations
Preventive health care
Completion of forms, notes and certificates
Children's camp physicals
Telephone consultations (must be a patient in our system)
The following services are not covered by Manitoba Health.
A fee will be charged for these services .
Payment ( Cash Only ) Must be made on receipt of service.
Return to or absence from work/school sick notes (MMA fee guide)
Administration of immunizations not covered by MB Health
Complete exam for uninsured services
Drivers license medicals (MMA fee guide)
Disability tax credit form
Personal care home form completion
Disability insurance forms
Massage referral form
Disabled parking permit form
Handi-Transit form completion
Missed appointments (MHSC fee guide)
Transfer of patient records (MMA fee guide)
Medical-legal reports and narrative letters