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Walk-In Hours. Monday - Friday
|9:00 AM to 8:00 PM|
9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
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Why Our Patients Love Us
The types of injuries and illnesses we treat at the Urgent Care Centre include infections, earaches, eye injuries, sprains, broken bones, cuts, fevers, minor burns, phlebotomy (vein puncture), stitches (sutures and staples) and blood lab services.
Your conditions will be managed professionally, safely, and with the utmost care. The HealthOne Urgent Care Centre is available if you need treatment for illness or injury that is not life-threatening. Our team also offers follow-up appointment scheduling to monitor your progress and reassess treatment options if necessary.
You will be required to show your Health Card at every visit. If you do not have a Health Card, our team will guide you through the registration process and be happy to assist you.
We also accept UHIP, MORE Care and CIGNA TT Care Cards and direct bill to your provider.
If you need emergency care for any of the symptoms below, dial 911
Symptoms: Loss of consciousness, pain remaining after taking pain medication, confusion, persistent and severe chest pain, difficulty breathing.
You will be required to show your Health Card at every walk-in visit. If you do not have a Health Card, our team will guide you through the registration process and be happy to assist you.
We also accept UHIP, MORE Care, and CIGNA TT Care Cards and direct bill to your provider.
Our clinic provides a wide range of immunizations including flu shots, regular pediatric vaccinations, vaccinations related to immigration or for elderly patients with weakened immune systems.
|Bacteria||Typhoid, Pneumonia, Pertussis, Diphtheria, Tetanus|
|Virus||Rota Virus, HPV Virus, Shingles Virus, Herpes, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Polio, Haemophilus Influenzae, Meningitis, Measles, (German Measles), Varicella (Chicken pox)|
|Shots||Allergy Shots, Birth Control Shots, Vitamin B12 Shots, Vitamin D Shots, Flu Shots|
|Tests||TB Skin Tests, Quick Strep Tests, Urine Pregnancy Tests, Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Tests|
A member of our team will go over your medical history including previous immunization and the dates of your departure. They will advise if there are any immunizations needed prior to travel as well as additional prescriptions they recommend.
|Step 1||Have a travel consultation with a walk-in doctor at HealthOne|
|Step 2||Purchase vaccines at HealthOne Pharmacy (Based on in-house availability. We do not carry Yellow Fever Vaccinations)|
|Step 3||Come back to the Medical Clinic at HealthOne for your shot|
Preventive Medicine – Express Physical Checkup
These proactive suggestions may include healthy lifestyle changes, wellness services, and additional guidance to help you live a healthy and inspired life.
Selecting a family doctor in Toronto means you will schedule appointments with this practitioner when you have health concerns that are not an emergency. They will be your primary doctor and health care provider who you establish an ongoing relationship with throughout your life.
If you have a common health concern, they can offer diagnosis and treatment while discussing the next steps of your treatment plan. Your family doctor will also be able to provide routine and preventative health checkups for general and physical health screening, support you in managing any chronic conditions and write prescriptions.
Working with a family doctor will also give you access to a collaborative and complete healthcare experience because they can refer you to specialists. By having access to our full team of experienced healthcare practitioners, your family doctor can coordinate and oversee all aspects of your treatment plan for the best possible health outcomes.
Meet Our Family Doctors
Dr. Jaspreet Khun Khun
MD, CCFP, ABFM, HsBc - Family Physician
Jaspreet graduated in 2013 with an MD from the Medical University of the Americas in Nevis. She then moved on to train with the University of Oklahoma, Tulsa in family medicine from 2015-2018.
Dr. Khatijja-Imaan Kara
MD, CCFP – Family Physician
Dr. Kara completed her family medicine training at Toronto Western Hospital through the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Stephanie Lue-Quee
MB, BCh, BAO, FRACGP – Family Physician
Dr. Stephanie completed her family medicine training in Australia after working for several years in orthopedics and emergency medicine.
Dr. Tariq Shivji
MD, CCFP – Family Physician
Dr. Shivji began his studies at McMaster University in Hamilton, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Life Sciences. He went on to complete his medical training at St. George’s University.
In addition, our staff can prescribe and administer vaccinations to your child, offer nutritional advice, and address trauma-related concerns through our Urgent Care services. Our practitioners can also conduct age-appropriate screening for dental caries, audio, and vision (with onsite Optometry Testing available), and assess a variety of sports and limb injuries.
We also conduct annual physical exams and routine annual PAP tests for our female patients, which allows us to screen for Breast cancer, Ovarian cancer, and Cervical cancer. To support your sexual health, our clinic provides treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and HPV testing, and also supports women with hormone management including the assessment and treatment of menopause.
Our psychotherapists are available on-site and are an excellent resource for further discussing your mental health concerns. They can work with you to determine the most effective treatment approach for your unique mental health challenges, help you get back on track, and feel healthier and more inspired.
Annual Physical Exam
Periodic health visits are tailored to your specific needs, with a focus on your age and gender-specific risk factors, and medical history. Through a physical examination, health screening, and relevant counseling, our practitioners will ensure your health is supported regardless of whether you have any apparent physical or mental illnesses present.
For patients who have a chronic disease or who are diagnosed with a chronic disease during a health visit, periodic health visits will continue to be an important part of your approach to treatment and care.
By visiting our pharmacy, located in the same building as our medical service, you can conveniently attend appointments and fill prescriptions all in the same place.
We understand the importance of having access to reliable, safe, and efficient bloodwork services as a part of your health experience.
COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Screening Test (TRAg) and Other Services
We are proud to be your healthcare partner in such uncertain times. HealthOne is committed to providing you with outstanding care. Our Pharmacy in downtown Toronto offers Asymptomatic Rapid Antigen Screening Tests for COVID-19.
Rapid antigen screening is a screening tool that can identify antigens in your body. Antigens are proteins that can be found on a virus, which may suggest that you have an active COVID-19 infection. In order to confirm your COVID-19 diagnosis, you must complete a COVID-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. Rapid antigen screening is not a replacement for public health measures including symptom screening, maintaining proper physical distance, wearing a mask, and practicing proper hand hygiene. Please speak to a doctor for more information.
**Travel: Please check with your airline to determine which kind of testing is accepted. HealthOne is not liable for a test conducted which is not accepted by the airlines you wish to travel with. Travel requirements are frequently changing, and it is the passenger’s responsibility to check the entry requirements for their trip.
***Asymptomatic Testing: Must be asymptomatic (no symptoms of COVID-19). Must not have been in contact with someone known to have COVID-19 in the last 14 days. Must not have been advised to quarantine in the last 14 days as per federal quarantine requirements. Must not have been advised to get tested for COVID-19 through an exposure notification through the COVID-19 app. Must not have previously tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days.
Medical Notes, Reports & Referrals
Dermatology (Coming Soon)
|Skin||Skin tags, warts, acne, eczema, hyperhidrosis, photoaging, psoriasis, rosacea, skin cancers, or moles|
|Nails||Brittle nails, nail discoloration, nail care, fungus and infection, and subungual melanoma|
|Hair||Alopecia, hirsutism, ingrown hairs, dandruff, folliculitis, or grey hair|
Skin Clinic & Cosmetic Physician
HealthOne has a Skin Clinic onsite that offers a variety of aesthetic treatments performed by experienced Nurses and Medical Aestheticians.
We offer cosmetic injectables, hair restoration, fat dissolving injections & other body contouring services, microneedling & advanced skincare treatments, facials, laser hair removal, and more. You can expect after visiting our Skin Clinic that you will love your results and feel like the best version of yourself!
We are also pleased to have a Cosmetic Physician, Dr. Ashley Yu, on our team who can treat aesthetic concerns such as hair loss and acne. She also offers skin rejuvenation treatments and injectables. To visit our Cosmetic Physician, you will be charged a $150 consultation fee (NOT OHIP COVERED) when booking your appointment. This will be credited to your account and put towards any treatments at our clinic with her.
Injections prepared from the patient’s blood that stimulate and speed up the natural repair process of the body.
Local cortisone injections typically used to treat orthopedic conditions such as arthritis, tendinopathies, and bursitis. The injection can reduce inflammation around the injured tissues.
Injections of a hyaluronic acid solution typically used as a fast and effective treatment for osteoarthritis. The injection can increase the cushioning and lubrication of osteoarthritic synovial, or joint, fluid.
Respirologist or Pneumologist or Pulmonologist
People who suffer from chronic respiratory diseases like asthma and COPD should also receive ongoing care from a breathing specialist. They can help you proactively manage your illness, prevent exacerbations that can land you in the hospital, and improve your quality of life.