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Mississauga Health COVID, Cold and Flu Care Clinic


Mississauga Health COVID, Cold and Flu Care Clinic

1125 Bloor Street East, Units 5 and 6
Mississauga, ON, L4Y 2N6
(In the strip mall beside Shoppers Drug Mart and near the Summerville
Apple Hills location.)
Phone: 905-361-1448, Fax: 905-785-8360

Please Note, New Extended Hours
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Tuesday and Thursday evening hours until 9 pm
Saturdays from 9 am to 4 pm

Online bookings are available! Patients may visit care-clinics.ca to schedule an appointment at any COVID, Cold and Flu Care clinic that is closest to them.

COVID, Cold, and Flu Care Clinics – What you need to know before visiting
(updated December 7, 2022)

What is a COVID, Cold, and Flu Care Clinic?
A CCFCC is a medical clinic that can test, assess, and provide treatment for people with COVID-19 and other cold and flu-like illnesses.

What are the symptoms of COVID-19 and other cold and flu-like illnesses?
Below are some of the symptoms you may have when you have COVID-19 or other cold and flu-like illnesses:

When should I visit a COVID, Cold, and Flu Care Clinic?
Call your primary care provider (family doctor or nurse practitioner) first if you or your child have the symptoms above and feel you need medical care.

Your primary care provider will give you advice about what to do next. This may include:

Consider visiting a COVID, Cold, and Flu Care Clinic if:

You can also consider contacting Health Connect Ontario or a walk-in clinic. At Health Connect Ontario, you can get advice from a nurse at any time of day by calling 811 or by online chat at ontario.ca/HealthConnectOntario.

You might also find this tip sheet made by family doctors helpful. It provides tips on deciding when to seek care for a child with respiratory illness and how to support your child at home.

Will I get antiviral treatment if I have COVID-19?
Antiviral treatment is available at clinics for people who are at high risk of getting very sick from COVID-19. Use this screener to see if you are eligible: COVID-19 Antiviral Tool (ontario.ca)

If you are eligible and think you might have COVID-19, don’t delay. You will need to start treatment within five days. Call your primary care provider, go to a COVID, Cold, and Flu Care Clinic, or contact Health Connect Ontario by calling 811 or by online chat at ontario.ca/HealthConnectOntario.

When do I need to go to the emergency department?
If you or your child develop severe symptoms, call 911 or go to the emergency department.

For adults, severe symptoms include:

For children, severe symptoms include:

If you are worried your child is seriously ill, call 911 or go to the emergency department.

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY (Referral by your provider or Self-Referral).  Speak with your family doctor about your symptoms first. They can complete a referral to the clinic.  Call the clinic directly at 905-361-1448 if you don’t have a family doctor. We are able to care for patients over the age of six months.

For more information about current public health measures, please visit COVID-19 public health measures and advice | COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Ontario.

Important information about the clinic

If your child is younger than 6 months of age and has cold or flu-like symptoms that need to be seen by a health care provider, please contact your family doctor or go to your nearest Emergency Department. If your child is older than 6 months of age and needs a COVID-19 test only, please book an appointment at an assessment centre by visiting thp.ca.

For serious conditions that require immediate attention, please call 9-1-1 or go to your nearest emergency department.