Conestoga Student Success


Medical Care

Doctor and nurse practitioner appointments are available to all Conestoga College students with OHIP or other health insurance plans. The Medical Care Clinic is located at Doon Campus.

Medical services available

Most of our services are available by appointment only. Drop-in first aid support and a limited number of walk-in appointments may be available but are not guaranteed.

  • diagnosis and treatment of illness and injury
  • sexual health - STI testing, PAP smear, birth control, pregnancy testing, etc.
  • specialist referrals
  • mental health support
  • sick notes and third-party forms ($)
  • skin treatments ($ for some)
  • immunizations and injections ($ for some)
  • lab and phlebotomy (blood) services (requisition required)

$ - services that may require additional costs

Costs for uninsured services ($)

The following service fees will be charged in the Medical Care Clinic and are not covered under any health insurance plans:    

​No OHIP/other provincial health insurance card*
​No international health insurance card*
​Quebec residents with RAMQ card*
​No show for an appointment or late cancellation
​Cosmetic skin treatments not covered by insurance**
​$15 - $75
​OSAP Disability Verification Form
​Accessibility Services Health Certificate
​Immigration Medical Surveillance
Driver's Physical and Form
​Other physicals and forms**



Fees are subject to change without notice.

*If a student does not have up-to-date, valid proof of health insurance at their appointment, they will be billed the cost of the appointment equal to their insurance carrier's procedure code. (Insurance carrier examples: OHIP, UHIP, CIHIP)

**Fee will be determined by the medical provider after the visit/assessment/procedure has been done.

Changes to the Medical Clinic at Conestoga College

Effective Monday, January 15, 2024, prenatal care services are no longer offered in the Medical Clinic. Students who are pregnant are advised to go to a local walk-in clinic for prenatal care. If you live in Waterloo or Kitchener, here is a list of walk-in clinics you can visit. If you live outside of Waterloo or Kitchener, you can find your nearest walk-in clinic or urgent care centre by searching "walk-in clinic near me" on your preferred internet browser. Students who are pregnant and experiencing abdominal pain, bleeding, severe vomiting, or other urgent concerns are advised to go to the nearest emergency department.

What you need to know about medical clinic appointments

  • Contact us to book an appointment. 
  • Appointments are typically 10-15 minutes in length and are focused on a single health concern. If you are experiencing multiple health concerns, please let us know when you are booking an appointment, as you may require more than one appointment.
  • Students must present a valid ONEcard (student ID) and proof of health insurance.
  • Please arrive 5 minutes early to complete any required forms and questionnaires.
  • Inform the front desk of any changes to your personal information.
  • There is a $30 fee for missed appointments without 24 hours' notice.
  • If you are late for an appointment, it will be at the medical team's discretion if they can still fit you in that day.

Please visit our Privacy and Confidentiality page for details on our commitment to patient information security.

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