Update March 31, 2023:
COVID-19 Current Visitor Guidelines
For our current Visitor Guidelines, please click here.
North Grenville COVID-19 Assessment Centre – CLOSED AS OF MARCH 31, 2023
The North Grenville COVID-19 Assessment Centre closed on March 31, 2023. Going forward, if you think you need a COVID-19 test, assessment or treatment you can –
- Contact your pharmacy
- Contact your primary care provider (family doctor or nurse practitioner)
- Call 811 or visit ontario.ca/health811 for more information about testing, assessment and treatment
- Consult https://www.ontario.ca/assessment-centre-locations for an open assessment centre near you
If you think you have COVID-19 and are seeking treatment, don’t delay. You will need to start treatment within days of the start of symptoms.
If you or your child have severe symptoms, call 911 or go to the emergency department.
For adults, severe symptoms include –
- Shortness of breath
- Chest pain
- Loss of consciousness
For children, severe symptoms include –
- Working hard or straining to breathe – for example, the lower chest is moving in more than normal when the child breathes, the child is grunting, or the child’s nostrils are flaring
- Bluish skin
- Unable to breastfeed or drink
- Very sleepy or difficult to wake
- Peeing less than usual
- Fever with rash
- Seizures or convulsions
- Fever in an infant younger than 3 months
If you are worried your child is seriously ill, call 911 or go to the emergency department.
For information about who is eligible, how to book, local COVID-19 vaccine status and more, visit the Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit’s COVID-19 Vaccine page.
For more information:
Consult the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit for up-to-date information about vaccinations, screening, self-isolation, travel advice and public gatherings.
Mental Health Support during the pandemic:
It’s normal to feel worried and overwhelmed during these uncertain times. Help is available for people experiencing heightened stress and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For children and youth:
Call WAY – Wellness Access for Youth – at 1-866-741-1WAY (1929) to speak to a counsellor about current stress and anxiety or any mental health issue, and to get connected to any of the WAY partners whose services you need. WAY partners include Children’s Mental Health of Leeds and Grenville, Connect Youth (for help with housing, employment, or support while waiting for a referral), and PLEO – Parents’ Lifelines of Eastern Ontario.
For more information about WAY, visit https://www.kdh.on.ca/way
Contact Lanark, Leeds and Grenville Addictions and Mental Health (LLGAMH) in the KDH Health Centre on our campus. LLGAMH’s counsellors and case workers are ready to take your call, whether you are a current client or you find yourself in need of service now. Please call 613-342-2262.
For more information about LLAGM, visit https://llgamh.ca