Due to a shortage of staff, the Mistissini CMC is offering reduced service until further notice. Important changes have been made in order to keep the clinic open, decrease the spread of COVID-19, protect the community and healthcare workers.
Protecting our community
Steps to take before coming to the clinic
- Call to accurately complete a questionnaire by phone.
- A nurse will call you back and ask you to come to the clinic, if you cannot be treated over the phone.
Before being granted entry to the clinic
- At the clinic door, you will be asked your name and your temperature will be taken
- Based on your symptoms, you will be asked to sit at the RED or GREEN side of the waiting room
Medical services after 5 pm
Only life-threatening emergencies will be treated by the nurse on-call. For example:
- big trauma
- suddenly being unable to breathe.
All non-emergencies will be asked to come during open clinic hours (9am to 5pm).
For all COVID-19 questions please call the COVID-19 hotline from 9am to 5 pm.
All non-emergency and health questions
For all non-emergency situations and health questions, please call 811 to speak with a nurse.
Please go to the COVID door (located after the emergency door) between 8:30 am – 11:30 AM, Monday to Friday only.
Home rapid tests
Please call the Mistissini Public Safety Officer.
Please call the clinic and leave a voicemail at extension 42227 with your name and number. The COVID nurse will call you back.
The pharmacy is open for pickup 9 am to 6 pm, Monday to Friday. The pharmacy is closed on weekends. Please plan your medication refills at least 1 (one) week ahead of time. Tylenol and Advil for children are available at the pharmacy, without a prescription, for pick-up.
Medicare (RAMQ) card
An updated medicare (RAMQ) card is required for most services at the CMC. If your card is expired, it may delay service at the walk-in clinic.