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Updated Nursing Clinics

​We are pleased to announce the opening of our new Waterloo Nursing Clinic, as well as the expanded hours of our Guelph Clinic, located in Guelph General Hospital. pleased to announce the opening of our new Waterloo Nursing Clinic, as well as the expanded hours of our Guelph Clinic, located in Guelph General Hospital.  

Waterloo Nursing Clinic

The Waterloo clinic, which opens November 1, 2016, is the sixth CCAC Nursing Clinic across Waterloo Wellington LHIN making nursing care even more accessible to our communities. The clinic will operate seven days a week, including holidays between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.   

Guelph Nursing Clinic

Effective October 24, the operating hours of the CCAC Nursing Clinic located in Guelph General Hospital will be expanded. Patients will now have access to nursing care between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., 7 days a week.

Patients will be seen between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. in space shared with the Sleep Lab on Level 1 of the hospital, and between 4:30 and 8 p.m. in Ambulatory Care on Level 1.

Waterloo Nursing Clinic 

Care Partners Office

490 Dutton Drive Waterloo

Hours of Operation
7 days a week
8 a.m. to 8 p.m. by appointment only

Free parking is available on site

Guelph Nursing Clinic 

Guelph General Hospital

115 Delhi Street, Guelph, ON

Hours of Operation
7 days a week, by appointment only

8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Sleep Lab on Level 1

4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Ambulatory Care on Level 1 (across from the sleep lab)

Metered parking is available onsite



About CCAC Nursing Clinics

The nurses in our clinics provide wound management, intramuscular or subcutaneous injections, catheter removal and/or re-insertion, intravenous therapy, and other ambulatory nursing care. Pediatric patients of any age can also receive these services.

There are many benefits for patients to receive care through a CCAC nursing clinic. Patients have quick and easy access to nursing services and can schedule appointments at their convenience - no waiting at home or visiting the Emergency Department for care. Getting out into the community supports independence, facilitates mobility and patient activation, and provides an opportunity to socially interact with others.

Upon receiving a referral, the WWCCAC will assess the  patient's needs and determine if they are best suited to receive care in one of our community nursing clinics, or if they require in‑home nursing care. For some, care may begin in-home and as a patient becomes more mobile, they will be transitioned to a community clinic.

Expanding our ambulatory nursing clinics also creates capacity for our in‑home community nursing teams by supporting those patients who are unable to leave their home to access nursing care.   

How to make a referral to the Waterloo Wellington CCAC 

You can make a referral by phone or fax.  Phone the CCAC at 519 748 2222

Complete a Medical Referral Form available on the Physician Section of the Waterloo Wellington CCAC website and fax completed forms to 519 883 5550

Find the Updated Guelph Nursing Clinic brochure and the new Waterloo Nursing Clinic brochure on our publications page.