Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre is an innovative community based, multi-service centre. We strive to meet the needs of the diverse communities we serve. We work in partnership with individuals, families and communities to achieve their full health potential, paying particular attention to those facing barriers to access, including those who are most vulnerable and at risk.
You must reside in the PQCHC catchment area.
If you are a newcomer in the process of attaining an Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) number (3 month wait) and living in the PQCHC catchment area, you can access services until you receive OHIP.
If you are a refugee with Interim Federal Health Program, you can access services by calling 613-820-2001.
If you have OHIP and are looking for a doctor or nurse practitioner please visit Health Care Connect.
Primary Care Team
We are a team of nurses, nurse practitioners, a dietitian, a chiropodist and family physicians working together to help you. When you are a client of the PQCHC medical clinic, you will have one main health care provider, but at times an appointment may be booked with any one of us.
Circle of Support
Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre offers the free Circle of Support program to Arabic and Somali speaking parents and their children aged 2 to 6 years residing in the PQ catchment area. Programs are delivered in Arabic, Somali, and English.
The Healthy Aging for Multicultural Seniors Program provides free support to vulnerable seniors remaining in their own home by providing services and programming to access community resources, health promotion and illness prevention services.
OCISO provides settlement services at PQCHC on Mondays from 8:45 am to 1:15 pm. The Settlement and Integration Program assists immigrants and refugees through the provision of multilingual and multicultural services in order to facilitate their successful adaptation and integration processes in Canada.