November 5, 2020
Influenza Vaccine Update #2
We are NOT booking flu shots at this time as we are getting low and are waiting for the next delivery to come in before we start booking again. Please keep checking our website for up-to-date information regarding the flu shots. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Please check your local pharmacy to see if the flu shot is available there. Rexall, Shoppers Drug Mart, and Wal-Mart pharmacy all carry the flu shots but may be experiencing a shortage as well.
October 13, 2020
Influenza Vaccine Update
We have received our flu shot shipment from Public Health. Please do not walk-in, we ask you call first to make an appointment. Appointments will be booked Monday – Thursday from 9:00am – 12:00pm and 2:00pm to 4:00pm.
October 1, 2020
We are unsure when we will be receiving the shipment of flu shots. Please keep checking our website, we will be updating with information as it becomes available to us.
May 17, 2020
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING COVID-19
CALL THE OFFICE BEFORE COMING INTO THE CLINIC
We continue to provide daily ‘virtual’ appointments by phone for both urgent and routine medical care. Our doctors will ask patients to attend for ‘in person’ consultation when necessary. Please do not come to the office without calling first.
All patients seen ‘in person’ must wear a face mask. We have limited PPE and patients should bring their own face masks if possible.
We are truly grateful for the kind words and support from our patients and their families. We recognize that many in our community are suffering the effects of COVID-19 and kindly ask for your continued patience whilst we navigate the coming months.
NEW PHONE HOURS:
Monday – Thursday
8:30am to 7:00pm
8:30am to 1:00pm
4:30pm to 7:00pm
Saturday and Sunday
8:30am to 12:30pm
Who is being tested for COVID-19?
Due to a global shortage of virus testing kits testing is being prioritized for individuals with ACUTE RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS, RELEVANT EXPOSURE and are in one of the following groups:
-Older adults with other medical conditions
-Healthcare workers and paramedics
-First responders (Fire and Police)
-Residents and staff of Long-term care homes, retirement homes and supportive housing
Anyone who is note in one of the above priority groups and has mild respiratory symptoms is being asked to self-isolate for 14 days EVEN IF SYMPTOMS RESOLVE AND THEY FEEL BETTER.
What is a safe and reliable source for local information on COVID-19?
Niagara Region Public Health:
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update (March 16, 2020)
Niagara Region has laboratory confirmation of two cases of COVID-19
There is no community transmission in Niagara at this time and risk to local residents remains low.
The Government of Canada recommends avoiding all non-essential travel outside of Canada.
ALL RETURNING TRAVELLERS FROM OUTSIDE OF CANADA ARE BEING ASKED TO SELF-ISOLATE FOR 14 DAYS AND MONITOR FOR SIGNS OF RESPIRATORY INFECTION.
Niagara Region Public Health has a useful self-assessment tool:
At Montebello Medical Centre we offer comprehensive family health care seven days a week. We provide care during regular and extended office hours with booked appointments and same-day access.
New fax number
Effective January 1, Dr. Tom Greavette and Dr. Alex Nowicki have a new fax number: 905-685-6093.
We welcome physiotherapist Josh Droppert to the Montebello Medical Centre. Montebello Physiotherapy will offer physical therapy, sports rehabilitation and massage therapy. Please call (289) 438-9920 to book an appointment.