EXCEPTIONALLY, we will not have walk-in clinic for doctors on Tuesday, March 21st. We are sorry for the inconvenience.


1 – Call the Clinic at 514-937-9251 at the exact time (see When? below)

2 – Select “English”, then select option 1

3 – Leave a message with your name and phone number

4 – Wait for us to call you back with the time of your appointment

Note: The phone operators only take the first 10 messages. Time slots only take a few minutes to fill up. If you do not get a return phone call, it means that there are no more spots left. Please note that we cannot guarantee that the doctor will see you at the exact time of your appointment, please expect delays.


  • Mondays at 11 A.M. -> for a Monday afternoon consultation
  • Mondays at 6:30 P.M. -> for a Tuesday morning consultation
  • Wednesdays at 6:30 P.M. -> for a Thursday morning consultation

Other consultation options, depending on your specific needs

To book an appointment:


  • For an appointment on Center Street, or for an emergency time slot, please call (514) 937-9251 extension 7302 
  • Appointment cancellation: at least 24 hours before your appointment, please
    • According to our policy, 2 missed appointments in a row could make you lose your family doctor
  • Perinatal care :
    • The Clinic has midwifery services
    • or you can also register with Ma grossesse to find other types of care and information
    • please note that the Clinic doctors do not offer perinatal care
  • Documents:
    • To bring to your appointment: medicare card, medication list
    • To leave with your doctor: please leave them to the secretaries at the reception desk
      • Forms that need filling out need to be signed by the user beforehand

Our doctors:

  • Dr Véronique Cloutier-Nguyen
  • Dr Christine Demers
  • Dr Camille Gérin
  • Dr Xiao-Lei Shelly Jiang
  • Dr Éric-Viet Laperrière-Nguyen
  • Dr Marie-Ève Leblanc
  • Dr Juliette Lemieux-Forget
  • Dr Annie McNicoll
  • Dr Rosalie Mongeau-Petitpas
  • Dr Yasmine Ousalem

What to do if you cannot get an appointment:

Do you live in Point St. Charles? Register onto the Quebec Family Doctor Finder (GAMF) centralized waiting list:

Still waiting?  

  • Make sure to update your request if you have new health problems, as this could change your priority level on the waiting list
  • Make sure your contact information is exact, up-to-date and complete
  • If you need help, do not hesitate to ask your nurse or social worker

You need to see a doctor (other options)?