Guelph Community Health Centre Covid 19 Response: How We are Changing to Keep The Community Safe
Guelph CHC continues to offer care to all clients regardless of symptoms. Currently we are offering in person, telephone and virtual care depending on client needs. Please continue to contact us for more information.
Consumption and Treatments Services remain open.
Food Access: The SEED is now offering Emergency Food Home Delivery. Complete an application or speak to your CHC worker for support.
For more information on our response and current programs and service delivery: Please click here
For a detailed calendar of our monthly programs and cancellations: Please click here
We currently have reduced hours for some services. Please click here to check out our service hours.
Visiting the Guelph Community Health Centre
Wearing a Mask
At this time, all clients and visitors to the Downtown and Shelldale Health Centres will be asked to wear a mask. Please bring a mask with you to the centre or one will be provided to you. Please speak with the on-site screening staff if wearing a mask is not an option for you so we can ensure you are able to move safely within the building.
Please use the Baker Street entrance (backdoor).
You will be greeted by a GCHC staff member for a short verbal screening, a temperature check and asked to wear a mask.
Clients arriving on-site are asked to call reception to be provided access to- the -clinic.
You will be greeted by a GCHC staff member for a short verbal screening, a temperature check and asked to wear a mask
EarlyON at Stone Road Mall continues to be closed at this time. Please call 519-821-6638 option 4 for virtual support information.
An initial COVID-19 Self Assessment Tool is now available on https://www.ontario.ca/page/2019-novel-coronavirus
The latest case definition shared late last week clarifies that testing should continue to be conducted for individuals who are symptomatic and have travelled or have had close contact with someone who has travelled or a confirmed case. Asymptomatic individuals should not be tested.
NEWS RELEASE – Province Expanding Telehealth Ontario Resources: Telehealth is (I) immediately increasing resources to reduce call wait times and (II) continue to manage COVID-19 call volumes.