Walk-in Clinics in Fredericton
Walk-in Clinic Locations – New Brunswick Medical Society
To access walk-in clinics in Fredericton, you will need a provincial healthcare card. Alternatively, if you have alternative insurance (such as guard.me), you may be required to pay a fee upfront and then seek reimbursement.
Tele-Care is a free and confidential provincial health information and advice line available to all New Brunswickers. By dialing 8-1-1 at any time of the day or night, you will gain access to bilingual intake navigators and registered nurses, who will help you find health information and services, discuss symptoms and recommend whether you should be seen by a provider.
Visit Tele-Care 8-1-1 to learn more.
Maple connects you with a national network of Canadian-licensed doctors, nurse practitioners, and healthcare providers online via secure text messaging, audio, or video. Please note that this service is not covered by provincial insurance and is paid for by the individual.
Visit Maple for more details.
eVisitNB is a virtual healthcare company that facilitates the provision of primary care in New Brunswick by connecting patients with health providers.
Visit evisitnb for more information.
Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital – Fredericton
Oromocto Public Hospital