A Letter to Dr. Roy’s patients:
After many years of service to Brooklin, Dr Roy has retired from medical practice. To this end we have tried very hard to find a new physician to take his practice and after trying several doctors, no one has committed to stay long term.
The Brooklin Medical Centre will continue to provide urgent care services to all his patients up to and including Monday May 1, 2023. After this date, patients under Dr Roy’s care will not be seen at Brooklin Medical Centre.
As there was no guarantee that we would be able to find a suitable replacement, it is in the patient’s best interest to find a doctor outside of Brooklin Medical Centre to look after their medical needs. Once you have found a new physician or healthcare practitioner, please send us a signed consent and we will be happy to forward your medical records to your new healthcare provider.
For our part, the hope and goal of the Brooklin Medical Centre remains unchanged. We continue our efforts to recruit a new physician.
In the interim please call the Brooklin Medical Centre reception during regular business hours as usual for all your regular medical needs.
The Brooklin Medical Centre
Management On behalf of Dr William Roy
If you have had your flu shot at another location, please let your doctor’s assistant know.
Regular Business Hours :
Mon to Thur – 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Fri – 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Reception – firstname.lastname@example.org
|Mon – Thur||8 AM – 4 PM|
|Friday||8 AM – 1 PM|
|Mon – Thur||9 AM – 12 PM and 1 PM – 4 PM|
|Friday||9 AM – 12 PM|
|Mon – Thur||5 PM – 7:45 PM|
|Sat||10 AM – 12:45 PM|
About Us & What We Do
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure
The term “physical” is often used to describe wellness care. However, a traditional, head-to-toe physical has not been shown to lower your risk of illness or injury. At your wellness visit, our health care team will take a health history and provide several other services:
- Screenings to detect depression, risk for falling and other problems
- A limited physical exam to check your blood pressure, weight, vision and other things depending on your age, gender and level of activity
- Recommendations for other wellness services and healthy lifestyle changes
These preventative health visits do not often deal with new health problems; typically, new problems should be addressed at a separate visit with appropriate time to assess the issues properly. Please let our scheduling staff know if you need the doctor’s help with a new health problem. We may need to schedule a separate appointment.
For adults 65 and older: Adults over 65 years of age are recommended to have the High Dose flu vaccine. The High Dose flu vaccine is only available in doctor’s offices, and not available at the pharmacy. We now have the High Dose flu vaccine available – please call the office to book an appointment with our nurse.
For adults under 65, and children 5 years and older: We currently have a limited supply of regular flu vaccines; as a result, we recommend you visit a pharmacy for your flu vaccine. We should receive additional supply in a few weeks, and will be able to offer the flu vaccine in our office at that time. **High risk individuals are strongly encouraged to get their flu vaccine; high risk includes: people with heart or lung disease, diabetes, cancer, immunosuppression and pregnant women.**
For children 4 and under: We currently have a limited supply of regular flu vaccines; as a result, we will prioritize administration to children 4 and under, who are unable to receive a flu vaccine at the pharmacy – please call the office to book an appointment with our nurse.
Registered patients can book:
by phone, during business hours, by calling 905-655-3321