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Walk-In Connected Care

Walk-In Connected Care Clinics (WICCCs) are available to the general public on a walk-in basis to meet unexpected health care needs during times when it is difficult to see your regular care provider. Walk-In Connected Care is provided by nurse practitioners, physician assistants and registered nurses; they will directly communicate and connect back to your regular care provider if required.

Here are some health issues that could be treated at WICCCs:

  • bumps, bruises or sprains
  • new rashes, infected cuts or minor sores
  • sore throat, earache, colds and flu, cough, hay fever or nose bleeds
  • immunizations
  • sore eyes with redness or infection
  • new stomach pain, diarrhea and vomiting or indigestion
  • bladder infections
  • new headache, back pain or neck pain
  • birth control, breast feeding issues

Current Walk-In Connected Care Wait Times

Due to rapidly changing demands and the need to see the sickest patients first, your own wait time may be more or less than the time displayed here.

Clinic Waiting Wait Time

What do the above numbers mean?

  • Waiting = The number of patients who have not yet had an initial assessment.
  • Wait Time = The time in hours between being registered and having an initial assessment.

Can I go to a WICCC if I already have a regular health care provider?

Yes, WICCCs are for everyone, although they're not a replacement for regular visits with your health care provider. They are designed to help you access care for unexpected health care needs, when your regular provider may be closed or difficult to access.  Information about your visit to a WICCC can be shared with your regular health care provider to keep your medical records accurate and up-to-date.

Can I go to a WICCC if I don't have a regular health care provider?

Yes, WICCs are for everyone, although they’re not a replacement for a regular health care provider. If you don't have a Family Doctor or Nurse Practitioner and are looking to find one, please contact Family Doctor Finder at 204-786-7111. Or, if you need help finding a regular health care provider, WICC staff can help connect you with one.

If you aren't sure where you should go for care, call Health Links – Info Santé at 204-788-8200 or toll-free at 1-888-315-9257.

For any Quick Care Clinic patient record inquires, please contact Walk-In Connected Care Clinic Services at 363 McGregor.

Disclaimer

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority expressly disclaims all liability for use or reliance on of the wait time website information and for any claims, actions, demands or suits arising from such use or reliance. WRHA does not assume and is not responsible for any liability whatsoever arising from any person’s use of this website or from any person’s decision to access any of the services referred to in the website.

Life-threatening emergencies
If you are in need of serious medical attention, call 911 or go to your nearest Emergency Department.
Health Links - Info Santé
If you are unsure what to do about a health issue or if you need health information, Health Links – Info Santé is staffed by bilingual registered nurses 24/7, 365 days of the year.
Call 204-788-8200 or toll-free 1-888-315-9257.

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