FAQ’s

FAQ Student Health Services, Fleming College
Fleming Health Services 705-749-5504 (Sutherland)
Fleming Health Services 705-324-9144 (Frost)

All College physician clinics have been cancelled for the remainder of the semester in response to the recommendation by OMA to cancel non-essential appointments. The College is working with clinic physicians to make tele-appointments available for students depending on demand. Campus nurses will consult with students prior to connecting them with a physician.
Currently, nurses in our Health Services department are onsite at the College to answer telephone or email sent questions: they can provide resources, and direct students who require further medical assistance.

Q: Do I still attend any scheduled appointments?
A: No, because all Fleming College Campuses are closed, scheduled appointments are cancelled until further notice. Check the website: www.flemingcollege.ca/student-experience/health-services for updates and changes to services available.

Q: I have a medical issue or a prescription renewal request, what do I do?
A: Contact Fleming Health Services 705-749-5504 (Sutherland) or 705-324-9144 (Frost) for guidance and contact information for care in the community.

Q: Can I still connect with the campus nurse/physician?
A: You can consult with your campus nurse.
Sutherland: Leslie Gifford – leslie.gifford@flemingcollege.ca & Paula Ellis – paula.ellis@flemingcollege.ca
Frost: Betty McNeely – betty.mcneely@flemingcollege.ca

Q: My immunization form is not complete, and I have deadlines approaching and fees attached. What should I do?
A: Please check the NARS website for updated information. https://department.flemingcollege.ca/school-jcd/non-academic-requirements or contact the Health Nurse for further direction.

Q: Is the rabies vaccination clinic at Frost Campus cancelled?
A: Yes, it has been cancelled and will be rescheduled in September 2020. If you were part of this clinic, you have been sent a message to your Fleming email address with details and directions. If you have further questions please email Krista Silver, Health Services Assistant at Krista.Silver@flemingcollege.ca or Betty McNeely, Campus RN at betty.mcneely@flemingcollege.ca

Q: Can I take the rabies vaccination home with me to have my family physician continue with the injections?
A: No, this is for multiple reasons, including the need to maintain an appropriate vaccine temperature throughout transportation and storage, access to other health providers for a non-urgent need, and providing a consistent safe solution for all students.

Q: What local services are still available?
A: Lindsay:
Good Doctors Medical Clinics – 86 Russell Street West, Lindsay – Must contact them for screening before making an appointment – 1-888-397-7138 or text 705-910-7799 – Monday-Friday 9:30am – 4:30pm.
CKL Walk In Clinic – 55 Angeline Street North, Lindsay – 705-880-1213 – Do not attend the Walk-In Clinic if you have a fever or cough or have travelled outside Canada within the last 14 days. Monday-Friday 6pm-9pm, Sat/Sun/Holidays 9am-12pm.
Ross Memorial Hospital – 10 Angeline Street N, Lindsay – 705-324-6111, Toll Free: 1-800-510-7365 Drive-Thru COVID-19 assessment centre. Operates daily from 10am- 10pm, appointments are required. Patients can ONLY attend the Assessment Centre on the advice of Telehealth or Public Health.

A: Peterborough:
Off Campus Health Clinics:
Primacy Medical Clinic
769 Borden Ave., Peterborough, ON K9J 7Y5; 705-775-1516 (Located in Lansdowne Place Shopping Mall)

Peterborough Virtual Care Clinic
185 King St. W., Suite 500, Peterborough ON; 705-536-0882

Good Doctor’s Peterborough
6-1625 Sherbrooke St. Peterborough ON; 705-304-1034