Oak Park Medical Clinic
Services Offered
Services Offered
Your Ontario Health Card
Helpful Hints

Walk-in Clinic:
  • Walk-in anytime on a first come, first serve basis.
  • Flu shots will be available in late October. 
  • Emergencies should go directly to the nearest hospital emergency department (or call 911 for assistance). See below for more information.
  • Some procedures are not appropriate to walk-in care and should be booked through your family doctor. Call the receptionist for guidance.
  • Many walk-in physicians will not give prescriptions for narcotics. These should be prescribed by your family physician.
  • Some physicians do not give prescriptions for birth control pills or morning after pills due to moral or religious beliefs.
Family Practice: Please call for an appointment with Dr. Sharma, Dr. Vaz or Dr. Choi.
Acne Clinic: Please call for an appointment with Dr. Zimmering.
Lifestyle Management (Weight Control, Smoking Cessation): Please call for an appointment with Dr. Mastrangelo.
OUR RECEPTIONISTS ATTEMPT TO PERSONALLY ANSWER ALL PHONE CALLS DURING OFFICE HOURS. Should the answering machine come on, please try again in a few minutes as the machine does not take messages. Likewise, if the lines are busy, try again in a few minutes. Avoid calling on Monday mornings if possible.

Important Notes:
Patients are responsible for payment if they do not have a valid provincial health card. This also includes residents of the Province of Quebec and all U.S. and International visitors. 
Residents of Ontario who have valid health cards must present the card for payment with each visit. Please note that your coverage is not automatic and is no longer guaranteed by the Ministry of Health (MOH).

The MOH covers the cost of basic office visits and procedures. Many common services are not covered. Physicians are not allowed to bill OHIP for these services. A price list is available at the clinic reception. 

Examples of Services Which are Not Covered By the MOH
A pricelist is available at the reception
Insurance Forms
School, Camp or Work Notes
Certain Liquid Nitrogen Applications
Chart Review for Legal or Insurance Purposes
Chart Review for Prescription Refills
Travel Medicine
Physician Telephone Consultation
Chart Transfer
Routine TB testing (e.g. when required by school, work, etc.)
Patient-Physician Telephone Consultation and Telephone Prescription Refills are not covered by the MOH and are not offered at Oak Park Medical Clinic

A walk-in clinic is not equipped to handle major emergency situations or severe illnesses. Do not come to the walk-in clinic if you have any of the following:
  • Exposure to SARS 
  • Heavy bleeding including large cuts or trauma 
  • Loss of conciousness, dizziness or fainting spells
  • Chest pain or pressure
  • Shortness of breath or severe asthma attack, blue skin colour 
  • Severe headache (worse than usual) especially when of sudden onset

If you have any of the above symptoms, proceed directly to the nearest hospital emergency room or call 911.


Oak Park Medical Clinic
2530 Sixth Line
Oakville, Ontario
L6H 6W5