The primary care access point is gradually being deployed in Quebec. Consult the Deployment section to find out if it is available in your region.
The primary care access point (GAP) is a service for people who do not have a family doctor and are on the Québec Family Doctor Finder (GAMF) waiting list.
People on the GAMF waiting list can contact the primary care access point in their region to request a medical consultation. The request is then analyzed so that it can be directed to the appropriate professional or medical service. This service is offered to people registered on the GAMF until they are registered with a family doctor.
Primary care access point is being deployed. It will gradually become available in all regions of Quebec by fall 2022.
Access point is already available in some regions of Quebec.
- Bas-Saint-Laurent (in French only)
1-855-905-5300, option 2
- Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean (in French only)
1-844-867-5332, option 2
- Capitale-Nationale (being deployed)
1-844-313-2029, option 1
- Estrie (being deployed)
- Outaouais (being deployed)
- Abitibi-Témiscaminque (being deployed)
- Chaudière-Appalaches (being deployed)
- Laval (being deployed)
- Lanaudière (being deployed)
- Laurentides (being deployed)
- Montérégie (being deployed)
If the primary care access point is not yet offered in your region, there are other resources to help you. See Primary care health and social services.
Last update: April 29, 2022