Getting an appointment at the walk-in clinic
1- If your family doctor is at Centre Médical Fontainebleau and you want to get an appointment as quickly as possible, before you use the Bonjour Santé service contact Centre Médical’s secretary at 450-419-8811 ext. 1 and follow the instructions or go in-person to the welcome desk to check if we can see you in advanced access within 24 to 48 hours.
2 – If your family doctor is not at our Centre Médical, you must first try to book an appointment with his or her secretary before using our emergency service.
3 – If you do not have a family doctor, you must call us at 9.00 p.m. for an appointment the next day or at 3 p.m. to see if there are still places available in the evening.
Helping you see your Centre Médical Fontainebleau family doctor as quickly as possible is a priority for us.
HOW to register for Centre Médical Fontainebleau’s emergency service
You must call Bonjour Santé at 450-710-1760.
Patients who have a family doctor at Centre Médical Fontainebleau can call us starting at 7:30 p.m. for appointments the next day.
If your family doctor is not at the Centre Médical Fontainebleau, you can call for an appointment starting at 9:00 p.m.
Furthermore, some places may become available at 3 p.m. for the evening, depending on how busy the clinic is.
YOU CANNOT SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT AT THE CLINIC
GMF patients can call at 7:30 p.m. every evening for appointments the next day, but you must first try to book an appointment with your family doctor by contacting his or her secretary.
If you do not have a family doctor, you can call at 9:00 p.m. for an appointment the next day.Click here to see the Walk-In Clinic’s schedule →
Preferably, your treating doctor should be the one following up with you after your work accident. In an emergency, the doctor on call at the clinic can assess you and refer you to your treating doctor. If you do not have a family doctor, you should try to see the same doctor during follow-up visits. Check the walk-in clinic schedule to see when your doctor is on call. It’s important for you to show up when they are on call or else your appointment could be rescheduled at a time when they are not at the clinic. Please bring any forms, physical therapist reports, and other relevant documents to all your appointments.
Please remember to mention to the staff that you are at the clinic for a CSST case.Click here to see how to contact us →
- Please bring your health insurance card when you come to Centre Médical Fontainebleau. (If you cannot have it with you at your appointment, please contact the Régie de l’assurance maladie to get a temporary attestation or a renewed card.) http://www.ramq.gouv.qc.ca/fr/nous-joindre/citoyens/Pages/nous-joindre.aspx
If you do not have a valid car, you will have to pay for your consultation and then get reimbursed later by the Régie. No exceptions will be made.
- Relevant medical information
- List of your medications
- Forms, if applicable
If you live in another country or province, you will be billed for the medical consultation. We will provide you with a receipt so you can get reimbursed by your insurance company or governmental service if applicable.
- Treatments for burns and open wounds
- Abscess drainage
- Emergency vaccination
- Laceration repair
Please note that we do not offer on-site radiography services. We do however have an agreement with Imagix (http://www.biron.ca/fr/radiologie?gclid=CLeHsIi1s8ACFcZDMgodl28Adg)
in Blainville and Sainte-Thérèse that lets our patients quickly access radiography services (without a prior appointment) and lets our doctors get the results quickly via the internet.
The Centre Médical Fontainebleau does not offer any travel clinic services. For any questions or vaccinations required for travel, please consult a travel clinic in your area. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide these services.