Even during the pandemic, you can consult a health or social services professional if you feel the need or if you or a family member has a health problem or a psychosocial problem.
It is especially important to continue your health or psychosocial follow-up if you or a family member have:
- a chronic disease (e.g., diabetes, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, degenerative disease, etc.);
- a mental health condition (e.g., depression, anxiety disorder, etc.);
- or any other disease, condition or situation that requires regular follow-up with a health or social services professional.
All primary care medical clinics admit patients whether or not they have symptoms similar to COVID-19.
People with symptoms similar to COVID-19 have access to these medical clinics. You do not need to be tested to access your consultation.
If you have symptoms, it is recommended that you complete the COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment Tool . This self-assessment will determine whether or not you need to be tested and the procedure to follow.
Last update: September 17, 2021