COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus
Covid Testing and Vaccine Update
COVID-19 Vaccine Update
COVID-19 VACCINE for people age 80+
Pre registration for the COVID-19 vaccine is now online.
1) Trillium Health Partners pre registration for residents of Peel Region.
Trillium Health Partners is now accepting pre registration for patients who live in Peel Region & are over the age of 80.
Kinldy use the following link to pre register.
2) Halton Region
The Halton Region will begin accepting online booking for the Covid 19 vaccine starting March 3, 2021.
Please visit the following site to book an appointment if you are 80+ years old & live in the Halton region.
COVID-19 Testing For Travel
We Offer COVID-19 Testing for Asymptomatic Patients for Travel Related Purposes
Click here for more information
COVID-19 - More Information
We kindly ask that you stay at home if you are experiencing any of the symptoms noted above. Click the link above or Call (647) 370-2503 for a virtual or telephone doctor appointment and speak with a licensed Canadian doctor.
Call to get OHIP Covered Medical Advice
Appointment times are filling up quickly!
If you are pregnant, have a new born, or you have any other condition that would need an in-person appointment, please first call for a telephone assessment with our doctor and after the assessment we will book an in person appointment if needed.
Are You Experiencing Flu-like Symptoms?
If you are experiencing flu-like illness including fever, cough, sore throat or respiratory symptoms (e.g., shortness of breath, trouble breathing) please do the following self-assessment and determine the best route for yourself.
If You Are Experiencing Symptoms
If you feel that you have corona virus symptoms and as per the above listed assessment you feel you need to be tested for Corona Virus, only then please call Peel Public Health at 905-799-7700 to be referred to a COVID-19 Assessment centre.
If You Are Sick But Not Showing Symptoms of COVID-19
If you have the flu and fever without any respiratory symptoms (e.g., shortness of breath, trouble breathing) you can stay home and get a telephone appointment with one of our doctors. For that call our office at 647-370-2503 or click here to make an appointment with one of our doctors so we can assess you from the comfort of your home.
- Hand Sanitizer
- Tylenol Children's
- Tylenol Cold and Flu
- Advil Children's
- Advil Cold and Flu
- Vitamin C
- Saline Nasal Spray
- Vick's VapoRub
- Cough Syrups and Lozenges
Contactless Medication & Prescription Delivery
Our Fairview medical center and pharmacy are doing all we can to help Mississauga and are offering pharmacy delivery options so you do not have to exit your home.
- Free delivery for prescription medication (Peel region)
- Over the counter medication/product delivery (nominal fee charged)
Supplies are limited so please call our pharmacy for details. (905) 232-4007
Weekend & After Business Hours
For After Hours and Weekend Emergency Prescriptions and Medication requirements please email at firstname.lastname@example.org
FAQs Novel Coronavirus/COVID-19
Who should come to Osler's COVID-19 Assessment Centre?
People who have flu-like illness including fever, cough, sore throat or respiratory symptoms (e.g., shortness of breath, trouble breathing) AND Have traveled anywhere outside Canada in the last 14 days.
OR, Anyone who has been in contact with someone who has flu-like symptoms who has traveled outside Canada in the last 14 days;
OR, Anyone who has been in contact with someone who has a presumptive/probable or confirmed case of COVID-19.
What will happen at the COVID-19 Assessment Centre?
Based on an assessment of their symptoms, people may be tested for COVID-19, as appropriate, and receive direction regarding next steps in their care.
Who will see me in the COVID-19 Assessment Centre?
The COVID-19 Assessment Centre is staffed by a Registered Nurse, Registration Clerk, and a Physician or Nurse Practitioner will be available to assess patients.
Patients will be assessed, may be tested for COVID-19 depending on their symptoms, and will receive direction from the care team regarding next steps in their care.
Will I have to wear a mask if I visit the COVID-19 Assessment Centre?
The safety of all staff, physicians, volunteers, students, patients, families and visitors remains a top priority at Osler, not just in response to COVID-19, but at all times in our hospitals.
All patients visiting the COVID-19 Assessment Centre will be required to wear the mask provided and use the hand sanitizer prior to entering the facility. The area will be cleaned on a frequent basis.
Will a family member or friend be allowed to join me in the COVID-19 Assessment Centre?
Reflecting our commitment to maintaining a safe work and care environment in the COVID-19 Assessment Centre, visitors will not be allowed to join patients in the Assessment Centre with the following exceptions:
- An adult accompanying a child who is a patient,a frail older person, a person with a disability
- Anyone acting as an interpreter.
Do I need to be concerned about my health and safety if I am scheduled to attend an outpatient appointment at Peel Memorial Centre or if I need to visit the Urgent Care Centre for a health concern?
Please be assured that Osler remains a safe place.
Your health and safety is our top priority. All people going to the COVID-19 Assessment Centre will be isolated from other patients attending the Urgent Care Centre and outpatient services at Peel Memorial, and will not have access to any other part of the facility other than the area in which they are being assessed.
Patients should continue to visit the Urgent Care Centre and Peel Memorial for their regular appointments.
For Further Questions
If you have general questions about the COVID-19, please call your local public health unit. Information is available in multiple languages.