Phone: (807) 223-7406
Fax: (807) 223-7462
Dryden Area Family Health Team
40 Goodall Street, PO Box 3003
Frequently Asked Questions
Our clinic is a "scent-free" environment
How do I make an appointment with a Nurse Practitioner (NP)?
NP appointments are booked starting Monday mornings at 8:00 am for the current week.
If I have a family doctor, can I still see a NP?
Patients are encouraged to see their family doctor. However, appointments will be accepted on an individual basis.
What is the phone number for Telehealth Ontario?
(to speak with a Registered Nurse 24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
Phone 1-866-797-0000 or TTY 1-866-797-0007.
What services can I access at the Dryden Area Family Health Team?
Please click here for a list of programs and services available.
For more information on Family Health Teams in Ontario and how they operate.
If I don't have a family physician and/or are new to the Dryden area, can I still see a NP?
As long as you are not rostered to a physician outside of the Dryden area and have permanent address in our area you may access care.
Are there any physicians accepting new patients?
Patients may contact the Dingwall Clinic at (807) 223-2258 to inquire about rostering with a physician. Or may register with Health Care Connect online at ontario.ca/healthcareconnect or by phone 1-800-445-1822.
Where do I have my blood drawn. My health care provider has ordered blood work?
Bring your requisition to any Life Labs location to have your blood drawn. Located at 40 Goodall St, - Open Monday to Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 3:10 p.m. 2nd alternative site in Dryden at 35 Whyte Ave., (Pharmasave building) - Open Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Check your results online at https://www.lifelabs.com/.
How do I renew my Ontario Health card?
For local health card renewal or replacement contact your local Service Ontario or online at ontario.ca/page/health-card-renewal. Please ensure you bring the proper original documentation, you will require proof of citizenship, proof of Residency and your Identity.
Health Card Address Change:
For address change only, you may contact the Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care at 1-800-268-1154, or TTY at 1-800-387-5559.
Already Updated Your Health Card?
We require an up-to-date OHIP card number with version code in order to properly bill and track services provided to you under OHIP (Ontario Health Insurance Plan). Failure to provide a valid version code may restrict your ability to receive imaging, laboratory testing and other OHIP funded services.
If you have recently updated your health card, please provide us with your updated information. Our phone number is (807) 223-7406.