Important information regarding COVID-19:

Please call the office to book your visit/appointment: 905-852-3339.

Please be advised that you will not be seen without an appointment. When calling the office, you will be offered either a virtual telephone appointment or an in-person visit. If your physician requires further assessment after a virtual visit, they may book you for an in-person visit.

For in-person visits, we ask that you please arrive on time and wear a face mask or face covering that covers your nose, mouth and chin.


If you have symptoms of COVID-19, please call or go to your nearest assessment centre to get tested (see below).

Symptoms of COVID-19: fever, cough, shortness of breath, tiredness/fatigue, headache, sore throat, runny nose and/or diarrhea.


Toronto Street Medical Centre

Family Practice

Family Health Organization
29, Toronto Street South Suite 202
Uxbridge, ON
L9P 1V9

Phone: 905-852-3339

We are a group of Family Physicians serving Uxbridge and surrounding areas over 35 years.

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Our Team

Dr. Terry F. Bryon, MD

Fax: 905-852-0618

Dr. Vara Mahadevan MPC, MD; CCFP

Fax: 905-852-9151

Dr. Spencer Chau, MD; CCFP &

Dr. Patricia Wong, MD; CCFP

Fax: 905-852-6727

Dr. Michael Kim, MD; CCFP

Fax: 905-852-9151

Dr. Brian Batten, MD

ER Physician / Nursing Home

Natasha Remtulla, RN(EC)

PHC-Nurse Practitioner

Paul Leszner – Podiatrist

Phone: 905-852-0391

http://paulleszner.com

After Hours Clinic

Only for ROSTERED patients with TSMC

If your Family Doctor is:

Dr.Bryon, Dr.Vara, Dr. Chau/Dr.Wong or Dr.Kim

FIRST, please call the office.

We will do our best to accommodate an urgent appointment with your regular family physician.

If they are not available, you will be provided an appointment time for the after hours clinic.

Please note, if the after hours clinic has reached maximum capacity, you may not be seen.

Please call first!

Monday – Thursday*
9:00 – 9:30 am
5:00 – 7:30 pm

Saturday*
9:00 – 11:30 am


*Hours may be subject to change.

 

Proper Don and Doff Masks

COVID-19 Info:

Common Symptoms of COVID-19:

  • fever
  • cough
  • shortness of breath
  • tiredness/fatigue
  • headache
  • sore throat
  • runny nose
  • diarrhea

People aged 65 and over, with compromised immune systems and with underlying medical issues are at highest risk of severe outcomes.

If you think you may have COVID-19:

  • Most people if infected with COVID-19 will likely have mild symptoms. Stay home, drink plenty of fluids, take acetaminophen as needed and self-isolate to prevent spreading to others. However, if your symptoms are worsening, please seek medical care and follow the strict policies in place to protect you and your healthcare providers.
  • Get tested:

COVID ASSESSMENT CENTRES

To find an assessment centre, use this link: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/assessment-centre-locations/

  • North Durham COVID-19 Assessment Centre
    • https://www.northdurhamcovid.com/
    • All patients must book online
    • Prince Albert Hall 19 Jeffrey St. Port Perry
    • Hours:
      • Monday to Thursday: 12pm to 8pm
      • Friday to Sunday: 12pm to 4pm
  • Markham-Stouffville Hospital
  • Lakeridge Health – Oshawa
    • By Appointment only: Form here
    • 1 Hospital Court, Oshawa ON L1G 2B9
    • Hours:
      • Weekdays 9am-9pm
      • Weekends 8am-4pm
  • Southlake Regional Health Centre
  • Ross Memorial Hospital COVID-19 Assessment Centre
    • https://rmh.org/covid-19
    • No appointment necessary – testing is a ‘drive-thru’ model
    • 10 Angeline Street North, Lindsay ON K9V 4M8
    • Hours:
      • Mon-Fri 9:30am-5:30pm

What if I have to self isolate?

  • Refer to this information sheet from Public Health HERE and for caregivers HERE.
  • Monitor yourself for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Use this SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL to help you guide if you need further care HERE.
  • Contact Durham Region Health Department at 905-668-2020 or 1-800-841-2729 for more information.
  • IF UNWELL, CALL 9-1-1 OR GO TO YOUR NEAREST EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT.

What can I do to protect myself and others?

  • Practice good hand hygiene:
    • Wash your hands with soap and water.
    • Do not touch your face, nose, mouth or eyes
    • Clean and/or sanitize items and surfaces that are touched often – handles, doorknobs, keyboards, phones
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes
    • Cough or sneeze into a tissue; discard in wastebasket lined with plastic bag
    • If no tissue is available; cough into your upper sleeve or elbow, not your hand.
  • Wear a mask:Your face covering should cover your nose, mouth and chin.
  • Practice social distancing
    • Limit face-to-face encounters
    • Keep a distance of about 2 meters between yourself and others
    • Work from home if possible
    • Avoid large gatherings
    • Send one person per household to buy groceries once per week
  • Avoid visiting at hospitals, group homes and senior’s homes if you are unwell
  • Be prepared: have basic food supplies, canned/frozen foods, diapers and wipes if you have children and other basic household item
  • Wash laundry thoroughly