Am I Eligible
Our Medical Services are available to people living within our catchment areas who currently do not have a family doctor. Some of our programs or services may not be able to accept new clients immediately. Please contact the Centre for more information.
We make increased efforts to make our services and programs available to our priority populations:
- Isolated seniors
- Racialized individuals and communities
- People living in poverty
- Immigrants and refugees
- LGBTTIQQ2S (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Questioning, 2 Spirit) individuals and communities
Recognizing the significant barriers to health services, individuals who are without status (current immigration documents) or uninsured and living in Mississauga can access services at the East Mississauga Community Health Centre.
The intake process includes reviewing situations case-by-case, especially for those who cannot access care or services elsewhere.
You are eligible to become a client if you live within our catchment area
For individuals who are without status (current immigration documents) or uninsured, there is an expanded catchment area –which includes all of Mississauga. Please contact the Centre for more information.
For trans community members, there is an expanded catchment area. Please contact our Community Health Worker (focus on Queer and Trans) at (905) 602-4082 ext 455 for more information.
To find out more about the Eligibility Requirements for other Programs & Services, please click the relevant link below, or call (905) 602-4082 to speak with a staff person: