Share: Health Care in Ontario Health card and Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) How to apply You have to apply IN PERSON at a Service Ontario location: • 1201 Division Street – 1-800-267-8097 (bilingual) • 1650 Bath Road – (613) 536-5722 You can drop in or book an appointment. Documents to bring with you to Service Ontario: A completed Registration for Ontario Health Insurance Coverage form that you can find here Three original ID documents: One that proves your Canadian citizenship (Canadian birth certificate) One that proves you live in Ontario (Ontario Driver’s Licence, home insurance policy…) One that supports your identity (credit card, passport) A complete list of qualifying identification documents is available at: https://www.ontario.ca/page/documents-needed-get-health-card Extra Information: 1. You can register your child that is under 15 ½ year old. If your child is 15 ½ years old or older, he/she needs to go in person to get a picture and sign his/her card. 2. There is no waiting period for military families. You are covered as soon as you register at Service Ontario. The military member has to come with you to show military ID. In case the member is unable to come with you, the KMFRC can provide a letter as a proof that you are indeed a military family. If you need the letter, please contact us at 613-541-5010 ext.5195 or come to see us in person at 32 Lundy’s Lane 3. If you need help with your health card, you can contact the helpline at 1-888-333-8545. A Customer service representative specializing in military family assistance will respond. How to find a Doctor in Kingston Health Care Connect: a program that helps you find a doctor or nurse practitioner if you don’t have one Calian Military Family Doctor Network: aimed at improving access to family physicians for families of serving Canadian Armed Forces members Ontario College of Physicians: a website that helps you locate doctors. Contact the doctors to check if they are accepting new patients. 211 Ontario: helps you find programs and services in your area Health care options : Search engine to find the health care services you need, near you KMFRC Family Network: ask other military families how they found a doctor. Contact the KMFRC to connect with Member's Unit Family Rep. French Language Health Service Directory of South Eastern Ontario Kingston Area Hospitals Kingston General Hospital (KGH) 76 Stuart Street 613-548-2333 24/7 Hotel Dieu Hospital's Urgent Care Centre 166 Brock Street (downtown) 613.544.3310 Mon - Sun 8:00am - 8:00pm Hotel Dieu Hospital Children’s Outpatient Centre Brock Street (downtown) 613.544.1365 KINGSTON AREA WALK-IN CLINICS CDK Family Medicine and Walk-In Clinic 175 Princess, Kingston, ON K7L 1A9 613-766-0318 CDK Family Medicine and Walk-In Clinic 105 Sutherland Drive, Kingston, ON K7K 5V6 613-766-0318 Urgent Care Family Medical Centre 945 Gardiners Rd, Kingston, ON K7M 7H4 613-389-3348 Medical Tree 795 Gardiners Rd. - Unit 6, Kingston, ON K7M 7E6 613-887-8733 Good Doctors walk-in clinics use telemedicine service Good Doctor Walk-In Clinic - Milford 728 Milford Dr, Kingston, ON K7P 1C6 613-777-0951 Good Doctor Walk-In Clinic – Riverdale 1218 Highway 15, Kingston, ON K7L 0C4 613-777-1943 Good Doctor Walk-In Clinic by appointment only – Bath 1 - 220 Main Stree, Bath, ON K0H 1G0 1-888-818-3254 Major Emergencies Kingston General Hospital (KGH) – Open 24/day, 7/7 76 Stuart St, Kingston, ON K7L 2V7 (613) 548-3232 Minor emergencies Hotel Dieu Hospital 166 Brock St, Kingston, ON K7L 5G2 613-544-3400 Urgent Care – 8 am to 8pm 613-546-1240 Children’s Outpatient Centre (0 – 18 y/o) Monday to Friday 9 am to 4 pm (613) 544-1365 Other medical resources Telehealth –24/7 1-866-797-0000 211ontario.ca or dial 211 Mediamap This website provides wait times for the CDK Family Medicine For more information, please connect with KMFRC Reception 613-541-5010 ext. 5195 firstname.lastname@example.org Disclaimer To the best of our knowledge, the information above is accurate and reliable as of the date of publication. However, we do not assume any responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or quality of services. We distribute the above information with the sole purpose of guiding community members towards the help they seek.