Medical Links

“At this time, we understand that your and your family’s health is a top priority. The OUCC will remain open, however we will be adhering to strict policies regarding Covid-19. Please see our alert page for further details.”

Professional References


Ottawa Public Health Website
Ottawa Public Health (OPH) provides public health programs and services to individuals and communities while advocating for public policies that make our city and its residents healthier. OPH is a teaching health unit and works with all post secondary educational institutions in the area.


Main page of the Health Canada Web site; links to topics covered on the Web site, latest advisories, news releases and current Web site highlights.


Protects the health and safety of Canadians through the prevention of chronic disease and injuries, public health emergencies, and infectious disease outbreaks. Works closely with the provinces and territories to renew the public health system in Canada and support a sustainable health care system.


Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit worldwide leader in medical care, research and education for people from all walks of life. Doctors from every medical specialty work together to care for patients, joined by common systems and a philosophy of “the needs of the patient come first.” Mayo Clinic is governed by a 33-member Board of Trustees.


Search MedBroadcast for clinically-reviewed disease information – including symptoms, prevention, and treatment of hundreds of conditions. Find the facts about medication side effects and the safe use of prescription and over-the-counter drugs.








The Orleans Urgent Care Clinic does not contribute to, and therefore does not necessarily endorse, any of the websites – or information provided therein – linked here. These links have been provided as a resource for our patients. We have made efforts to provide only reliable links, but recent studies do show that many sites on the internet contain unreliable information. Click here to review the article explaining this phenomenon published by the Canadian Medical Association Journal – June, 2001.

If you have questions or concerns about your general health, please see your family physician. If you have an urgent health matter, visit the Clinic.