Need To See a Doctor Today?
You can expect a unique experience at Appletree. Our focus is to bring you flexible and accessible healthcare services right in your community. To do so, we’ve developed proprietary technologies that allow us to integrate our services in a way that no other medical group can match.
After choosing the clinic nearest you with the shortest wait, you’ll check-in quickly using our self-registration kiosk, and provide your medical history while you wait. This will allow you to spend more time with the doctor focusing on your medical concern.
From the moment you visit our website, to your post-visit follow-up, you will experience the Appletree difference.
Prepare For Your Visit
If you are an Ontario patient, you will be required to present your OHIP card at every visit. Non-OHIP patients are always welcome and our staff will assist you with the registration process.
Don’t forget to bring your valid OHIP card and your updated list of medications so that we may update your chart with your current prescriptions and dosages.
Check Wait Times
Visit our wait-timer and select which location you will visit. We offer multiple locations and options for consistent care.
Check-In At Kiosk
After entering the clinic, you will be asked to complete your check-in at one of our kiosks.
Complete a Survey
You will then receive a link to a private and secure medical questionnaire on your mobile device. Answers will provide the doctor with a complete medical history and reasons for your visit.
Start Your Appointment
Our medical assistant will welcome you and get you set-up for your visit with an Appletree physician.
Visit our Patient Portal
Follow-ups, appointments and referrals can all be managed through our Patient Portal. Come back to any clinic and meet with any Appletree doctors to access your medical history from previous visits.
Appletree Walk-In Services
When you are sick, you can see a doctor quickly at any of our Appletree Medical Centres. All of our locations offer walk-in hours where physicians will see you without an appointment. If your injuries are major or you are experiencing severe symptoms like shortness of breath, loss of consciousness, chest pain, profuse bleeding, please go to the nearest hospital emergency room.
- Cold and Flu Symptoms
- Minor Injuries
- Prescription Renewals (non-narcotic)
- Sick Notes
- Basic Hearing Test
- Work related injuries
- Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Flu Shots and Allergy Shots
- Ear Flushing
Before Your Visit
Prior to your visit with an Appletree physician, it is best that you review the important information below.
Residing outside of Ontario?
Canadians visiting or residing temporarily in Ontario are welcome to visit us to receive comprehensive medical care. Out-of-province patients may visit us for walk-in services at any Appletree Medical Centres. Learn what you need to know about provincial reimbursement for healthcare services.
Do you have medical insurance through work, school or government?
Appletree Medical Group accepts coverage from a list of insurance providers. Patients with accepted medical insurance will need to bring proof of insurance to their visit.
Access the referral forms you need to see a specialist.
After you meet with an Appletree physician, you might need to access forms required to request an appointment with a specialist or specific health program. Get the information you need here:
Other Ways to Connect With an Appletree Doctor
Appletree offers various ways for your to connect with a doctor and receive the medical advice you need. Whether you choose to visit us at one of our Appletree Medical Centre, at one of our Telemedicine site or from the comfort of your home through Virtual Care, you'll get quality medical care.