Clinics, hospitals, dental

Information about the International Student Health Plan.

Where are the walk-in clinics closest to the College?
Where are the hospitals in London?
Where can I get dental care?
How do I get help in an emergency?
I have been involved in a car accident. What do I do?
 


Where are the walk-in clinics closest to the College?

For general health concerns

 

 

Where are the hospitals in London?

For emergencies only 

  • London Health Sciences Centre
    The London Health Sciences Centre is a consortium of four London hospitals: Children's Hospital, South Street Hospital, University Hospital and Victoria Hospital. Check the website for more information.
     
  • St Joseph's Health Care, London
    St Joseph's operates a large number of health care facilities throughout the city, the primary ones being St Joseph's Hospital and Parkwood Hospital (for rehabilitation and long term care.) For more information please see their website.
  • Please ensure you take your Morcare health card with you to any appointment.  We also recommend taking the proper claim form with you, there is a portion for the Doctor to fill out and sign.  See the Morcare website for claim forms -  https://morcare.ca/your-space

Where can I get dental care?

  • Dentists can be located by searching the yellow pages of any London phone book or by searching online for dentists at http://www.canada411.ca/.
     
  • Also, The University of Western Ontario operates an undergraduate dental clinic. Services are not free but they are substantially less than using a private dentist. For information see the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at www.schulich.uwo.ca/dentistry/ or phone them at 519-661-3326. Email: schulich.dentistry@schulich.uwo.ca
  • Please ensure you take your Morcare health card with you to any appointment.  We also recommend taking the proper claim form with you, there is a portion for the Dentist to fill out and sign.  See the Morcare website for claim forms -  https://morcare.ca/your-space

How do I get help in an emergency?

  • In the case of a life or death emergency situation call 911 from any telephone. You will be asked if you require police, fire or ambulance. If you have a non-emergency situation please do not call 911. Instead call the Ontario Provincial Police at 1-888-310-1122 or London Police Services at 519-661-5670. For more information see the website of the Ontario Provincial Police http://www.opp.ca/ or London Police Services at http://www.police.london.ca/

I have been involved in a car accident. What do I do?

  • If there are no personal injuries you will have to exchange information with the other driver before going to the Police Reporting Centre. You should exchange your name, driver's licence information, vehicle ownership information AND insurance information with the other party. If at anytime you want police advice about a collision that just occurred call 519-661-5670 (in London) for advice or 9-1-1 if it is an emergency. For more information please see the website of the London Police Services http://www.police.london.ca/

 

Please go to www.morcare.ca for all of your health plan details.