As of Monday March 4, 2024 we will continue providing our utmost care for our Seneca students and staff at our new location A3000.
We will be closed during Study week to accommodate for the move. If you will need any assistance during our closure, please visit your nearest hospital or call 911 for emergencies, or visit your closest walk-in clinics for any medical attention.
We would like to thank everyone that shared our space at G2652 and helped us create beautiful memories- on to create new ones at A3000.
- Seneca Medical Centre team
Are you experiencing cold/ flu/ COVID (respiratory) symptoms?
Call or email ahead to make an appointment!
The Seneca Medical Centre is located at Newnham Campus in Room G2652. It was established to provide a wide range of health services to current Seneca students living away from home.
The Centre's health care team includes registered nurses and medical doctors.
While the Medical Centre is not a walk-in clinic, last minute appointment requests are accommodated as time permits. Please call or email to get current appointment availability.
Medical Centre is open Monday- Friday from 8 am- 4 pm to help you with your inquires to book or cancel your appointments.Patients can contact the Seneca Medical Centre clinic by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 437.312.0370, and provide their name, Seneca ID and contact number to schedule an appointment. Rescheduling or cancelling appointments require 24 hours notice or a no-show fee of $50 will apply. Should time permit, walk-ins( same day appointments) may be accepted; please call us for availability.
Our fax number is: 416.493.8319.
Starting Monday September 11 we have the following doctors available on-site:
Mondays: Dr. Eva Tan 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.* Dr. Jonathan Ding 2 p.m. – 6 p.m. * Tuesdays: Dr. Michael Verbora 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. *
Wednesdays: Dr. Alice Chan 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.* Dr. Rujun Zhang 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Thursdays: Dr. Michael Verbora 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.*
Fridays: Dr. Sonia Katyal 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.*
*Hours may change. Business days only.** Walk-in appointments will be seen if time permits, call Medical Centre prior coming to clinic.
First time patients, please fill out the appropriate registration form before visiting the Centre.
Students will need their OneCard and proof of health coverage (Ontario Health Card or out-of-province health card).
If it is your first time visiting the clinic, you will need to fill out and bring the Health Registration Form - Domestic to your scheduled appointment.
Information on domestic student insurance questions and claims is available on the We Speak Student website.
Students will need their OneCard and proof of health insurance. International students must obtain proof of health insurance coverage each semester. To print your proof of health coverage card visit Morcare.
Sample health coverage card
If it's your first visit to the clinic, you will need to fill out and bring; the Health Registration Form - International to your scheduled appointment.
Employees should bring proof of health coverage (Ontario Health Card) and proof of employment (such as their OneCard).
If it is your first visit to the clinic, you will need to fill out and bring the Health Registration Form - Domestic.
For campus emergencies requiring Police, Fire Department, or Ambulance dial 911.
Notify Campus Security that Emergency Services have been called by dialling 416.764.0911
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