Joint injections are given by a physician to deliver medication to a problematic joint.
An intrauterine device can be inserted by a physician and helps prevent pregnancy.
Trigger Point Injections
Trigger point injections are given by a physician to help relax tight muscles.
Skin Lesion Removals
Your family doctor can remove benign growths, warts, moles, and more using various methods depending on the lesion.
Your physician can help sample cells from your uterus to determine if there is cancer.
Childhood and Routine Immunizations
Immunizations include Zostavax, Shingrix, Pneumococcal Pneumonia vaccine, and more!
Well Women Visits
Visits can offer breast examinations, pelvic examinations, pap smears, and more.
Visits can keep you and your baby healthy!
Your family doctor can ensure your child is growing normally and meeting developmental milestones.
Non-insured services are those services provided to patients that are not covered by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP). The Ministry covers all insured medically necessary services provided by physicians, however, it does not pay for services that are not medically necessary. These may include: writing sick notes, chart transfers or summary of your medical records, cosmetic procedures, charges for missed appointments, completing forms for insurance, licensing, legal or employment purposes, assessments and diagnostic tests required for completion of reports or licenses, pre-departure travel medicine services for travelling outside of Canada, or your health card is not valid.
Click here to learn more about the fees of non-insured services.