Ambulatory Care

550 Wellington Rd, Rm B2-122
519-646-6100 ext 42199
Switchboard: Daily 24 hours
Administration: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
Last updated: Apr 27, 2023: Suggest an edit


Referrals from family doctors, Veterans Affairs Canada, or other health agencies

Eligibility - Population(s) Served

Community patients and veterans, generally 20 years and older depending on the program


Covered by OHIP and/or Veterans Affairs Canada


Lisa Malbrecht - Director



Language Note

Interpretation available upon request

Area(s) Served

Southwestern Ontario


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Description of Services:

Outpatient specialist clinics * diagnoses and treatments for various medical conditions
  • Adult Wheelchair and Seating Program Seating clinic to help improve comfort, posture, and the ability to perform daily activities with specialized seating or mobility devices * therapists assess and prescribe wheelchairs and related seating equipment to adults with complex seating needs * therapists are registered authorizers with the Assistive Devices Program
  • PossAbilities - Assistive Technologies Assessments, recommendations, training and information related to accessibility
  • The Fitness Centre at Parkwood Institute Adapted exercise and wellness program for individuals with limited mobility to engage in regular physical activity and promote re-integration into community fitness * promotes self-directed exercise, but offers assistance from a Fitness Instructor, Therapeutic Recreational Specialist, and a team of volunteers, when needed * variety of equipment and services including adapted cardiovascular and strength training equipment, easy to transfer plinths/mats, seated aerobics, adapted yoga, functional electrical stimulation cycling in the upper and lower body
  • Wound Care Interdisciplinary clinic that provides consultation for the management of vascular insufficiency (venous, arterial and mixed), and neuropathic, diabetic and decubitus ulcers
Last updated: Apr 27, 2023: Suggest an edit