Call 911 for immediate life-threatening conditions or injuries
If you need care, you have options. Dufferin County – Caledon is home to a network of health care services and providers available to you.
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If you or a family member are unwell, please call your Family Doctor. If you do not have a doctor or your doctor is unavailable, please try one of the options below.
Many symptoms can be controlled with over-the-counter medication. Your pharmacist can now offer prescriptions for:
• Acid reflux
• Cold sores
• Hay fever
• Insect bites and hives
Pharmacists are now also able to renew prescriptions for most medications, such as blood pressure, diabetes and asthma medications.
Mental Health or Crisis Services
For persons 18 years or older, please call the 24/7 Crisis Support Peel Dufferin at 905-278-9036
For persons under the age of 18 please call Dufferin Child and Family Services at 519-941-1530
for 24/7 support. Visit cmhapeeldufferin.ca
for more details.
For more information on the community and mental health care support services, please visit hillsofheadwaterscollaborative.ca
Health811 (formerly Health Connect Ontario)
Health811 is a free, secure and confidential service Ontarians can access 24 hours a day, seven days a week to receive health advice from a registered nurse by calling 811 (TTY: 1-866-797-0007), chatting online or navigating to Ontario.ca/health811.
Visit a walk-in clinic for minor illnesses and injuries including fractures, rashes, stomach upsets, bruises, cuts or burns. Below is a full list of walk-in clinics in our community.
Alliston Walk-in Clinic
30 Dunham Drive, Alliston
Bolton Walk-In Clinic
105-170 McEwan Drive East, Bolton
Central Bolton Walk-In Clinic
15 Allan Drive, Unit 9, Bolton
Dayspring Medical Centre
56 Queen Street North, Bolton
Call to book same-day appointment
5th Ave Walk-In Clinic
50 Rolling Hills Drive, Unit 5, Orangeville
Chafford-200 Medical Center
195 Broadway Ave, Orangeville
Headwaters Walk-In Clinic
170 Lakeview Court, Unit 2, Orangeville
Orangeville Urgent Care Family Practice
33a Broadway Ave, Orangeville
Virtual Urgent Care – William Osler Health System
For non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries including:
- Cuts, sprains, head injuries
- New abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting
- Cough, nasal congestion, cold symptoms
- Questions about COVID-19 symptoms
to book an appointment.
Peel Memorial, 20 Lynch Street, Brampton
Urgent Care Centre – William Osler Health System
Open 24/7, no appointment necessary
For immediate but non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries including:
- Sprains, strains or broken bones
- Asthma attacks, minor burns, cuts that might need stitches
- Fevers (in infants older than three months)
- Coughs, colds, infections and nose/throat complaints
for more information.
Emergency Department – Headwaters Health Care Centre
100 Rolling Hills Drive, Orangeville
Open 24 hours a day, every day
For immediate life-threatening conditions or injuries such as:
- Chest pain or abdominal pain
- Shortness of breath
- Internal bleeding
- Numbness or weakness in arms or hands
- Major trauma
- Mental health concerns
- Infants less than 3 months old with a fever
- Pregnancy-related emergencies
- Seizures or stroke symptoms
Poison Control (1-800-268-9017)