We Continue to Care for You
We continue to provide our patients with medical services during the COVID-19 pandemic at select Appletree Medical Centres. With everyone’s health and safety in mind, we have implemented a pandemic preparedness protocol and continue to monitor COVID-19 developments as they arise.
Important Notice to Our Patients
If you have fever AND cough OR travel history in last 14 days OR contact with possible cases, please use our Appletree Virtual Care service and do not come into the clinic. If you have Difficulty Breathing, please immediately contact Public Health or Telehealth Ontario (1-866-797-0000) or go directly to the nearest ER.
Appletree Medical Centres Open Now
Select centres are now open for in-person visits. Check back frequently, as this list may change:
Greater Toronto Area
2025 Midland Ave., Toronto
2077 Lakeshore Blvd. West, Toronto
York University (located in the York Lanes Mall)
275 Dundas St. West (The Grange)
545 Steeles Ave., Brampton
1750 The Queensway
4G Spadina Ave., Toronto
8 York Street, Toronto (By Appointment Only)
4062 Confederation Parkway, Mississauga (By Appointment Only)
1 Rossland Road W, Ajax (Telephone Consults Only)
1 Eva Rd, Etobicoke (Telephone Consults and Virtual Care Only)
3355 Hurontario St., Mississauga (Telephone Consults and Virtual Care Only)
Connect With An Appletree Doctor
Many of our doctors are now available to care for you via our Appletree Virtual Care service which offers telephone and video appointments from the comfort of your home or office. Virtual Care services are covered by OHIP for Ontarians with a valid card.
Most of our telemedicine sites, located within pharmacies across Ontario, continue to operate. A highly-trained assistant will assess you in an exam room, and you will then speak directly with an Appletree doctor by live videoconference. Check wait times for current operating hours and locations.
Appletree Medical Centres
While many of our clinics remain open, note that we are temporarily reducing our clinic operations. See which locations, doctors and services are available. If you suspect you may have a Coronavirus infection, or are exhibiting symptoms, DO NOT COME TO THE CLINIC, book Virtual Care.
Stay Safe & Healthy
Consult the following sources to help you stay informed and take the necessary precautions to remain healthy.
Ministry of Health
The Ministry of Health offers accurate, up-to-date information and tools about COVID-19 such as a self-assessment survey, information on how to recognize possible symptoms and how to protect yourself, what to do if you’re sick after you travel and a list of important phone numbers for your local Public Health agency or Telehealth Ontario.
Use the COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment Tool released by the Government of Canada to determine whether you should be tested for COVID-19. You can complete this assessment for yourself or on behalf of someone else, if they are not able. The tool is available in English and French.
Wearing Mask & Sewn Face Coverings
Face mask is not to replace other measures like physical distancing, handwashing and staying out of public places when you can. Non-medical masks including sewn face coverings are a way to protect each other. Makes yours today with these simple instructions: