Fort St. John Walk In Clinic revises modified August schedule

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The fort St. John Walk In Clinic will be operating based off of a modified schedule for the next two weeks.

The clinic announced on Friday that they will be temporally closed until August 17 to allow for vacation time for their primary care providers and staff.

But due to additional staff and physician coverage, the clinic will now be able to open their doors for five additional days throughout the closure.

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Over the course of the next two weeks the clinic will only be open on the following days:

  • August 4
  • August 6
  • August 7
  • August 10
  • August 12

While the walk in clinic will be closed, the Fort St. John Medical Clinic will remain open during this time.

Residents who require medical attention during this time are advised to visit the following medical facilities:

– The Fort St. John Primary Care Clinic (formerly the Unattached Patient Clinic)

– The Fort St. John Family Practice Associate Clinic for patients with a family doctor at the clinic

– The ABC Clinic for patients with a family doctor at the clinic

– Taylor Medical Clinic, which is accepting new patients


– Livecare Walk-In

If you require emergency attention you can call 9-1-1 for transportation to a nearby emergency department or you can seek a private mode of transportation

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