If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 please call Tele-care 8-1-1 before presenting to a health-care facility to obtain information on how to proceed. Please avoid visiting walk-in or after-hours clinic if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptom.
Walk-in clinics provide care for New Brunswick patients with non-urgent medical problems who do not have a family physician or who are unable to obtain an appointment with their family physician within a reasonable time frame. Walk-in clinics serve patients on a first-come, first-serve basis, providing non-urgent medical care outside regular office hours and generally requiring patients to make appointments.
If you are sick, call your family physician first. You can also call TeleCare (811) for non-urgent medical advice. To find a walk-in clinic near you, see the map below or call TeleCare (811). If there is no clinic in your community or you have an emergency, care is available in your local hospital, but you may experience lengthy wait times.
The following directory of walk-in clinics has been assembled by the New Brunswick Medical Society. It is not updated to include temporary closures related to weather, vacation, or illness. If you find any inaccurate information, please let us know.
If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911.