FAQ’s

FAQ Student Health Services, Fleming College
Fleming Health Services 705-749-5504 (Sutherland)
Fleming Health Services 705-324-9144 x 3232 (Frost)

Health Services is OPEN.

Although the start of the winter semester has been delayed and will begin with online delivery for 2 weeks, Health Services will be open the week starting Monday, January 10th,  2022.

Q: Do I still attend any scheduled appointments?
A: Yes, scheduled appointments are available by phone and in person.

To gain access to campus: Proof of vaccination can be submitted through the Fleming Safe Mobile app or the Fleming Safe Desktop app Vaccine Passport Module. This module allows you to submit proof of vaccination in advance of your expected arrival on campus. For those who can not access the app and require assistance in person, please contact VaccinePass@flemingcollege.ca to schedule an appointment.

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 x3232 (Frost) for guidance and contact information for care in the community.

Q: Can I still connect with the campus nurse/physician?
A: Yes, you can consult with your campus nurse or book an appointment with a doctor.

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/nars/

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