Health services

Primary health care

The Georgian Nurse Practitioner-led Clinic (GNPLC) is a Government of Ontario initiative funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. The clinic provides all the services you could expect from a family practice.

If you a Georgian student and do not have a family doctor/primary provider, you may register for services at the clinic. You must have a valid health card and appointments are necessary.

If you are a Georgian student from out of town and cannot access your family doctor, you can come for an urgent appointment without becoming a registered patient to avoid after-hours clinics. Again, a valid health card and appointments are necessary.

International students, please note: The Georgian Nurse Practitioner-led Clinic requires patients to have a valid OHIP card. If you are an international student seeking health care services, please visit a walk-in clinic. Get more information about health insurance for international students.


  • Common illness and injury treatment such as cough, cold, flu, rash, infections, muscle strains and sprains
  • Sexual health information, diagnosis and treatments
  • Birth control counselling and prescriptions
  • Partial examinations including breast, genital, pelvic and cervical screening (PAP)
  • Management for pregnancy
  • Student health outreach events in high traffic college areas (educational health promotion)

Learn more about the Student Health Program.

For location, hours and contact info, visit the Georgian Nurse Practitioner-led Clinic page.