Family Doctor or Walk-In Clinic:
Visit for non-life-threatening situations. Examples: flu, coughs, colds, minor injuries, and more long standing medical problems.
Urgent Care Centre:
More extensive care but non-life-threatening. Examples: eye injuries, wounds, broken limbs, X-rays, and lab tests.
Hospital Emergency Room:
Life threatening medical emergency. Examples of an emergency are: signs of stroke or heart attack, severe bleeding, poisoning, unconsciousness, mental health issues, major broken bones, or extreme pain (e.g. kidney stones).
Call 911 for a medical emergency or when you need first responders to come to you.