CIBC Just for Kids Clinic
Temporarily closed to walk-ins
The Just for Kids Clinic is experiencing a significant increase in volumes of pediatric patients. In order to minimize wait times and crowding at peak times throughout the day, we are moving temporarily to a “save my spot” only schedule for the clinic.
Monday to Friday
Daytime spots (10 am – 4:15 pm) and evening spots (4:30 pm – 7:30 pm) will open for booking daily at 7 am.
Daytime spots (10 am – 1:30 pm) will open for booking each morning at 7 am.
Please aim to arrive 10 minutes prior to your appointment to allow for registration.
In the event that you cannot get a “save my spot” appointment and your child is unwell, please take them to your family doctor, pediatrician, urgent care clinics, virtual ED or nearest Emergency Department.
*Please be aware that the JFK Clinic is staffed by on-call physicians who may be called to an emergency during their time in the clinic. We make every effort to see patients at the time of their appointment spot, but there may be delays due to emergencies elsewhere in the hospital.
Book your spot below:
Please note: Please do NOT call the clinic to ask about additional appointment times when no spots are available. Please use alternate walk-in-clinics or your nearest emergency department.
The CIBC Just For Kids Clinic is a clinic for children, providing care for newborns and up to a child’s 18th birthday. Our clinic is staffed by pediatricians who provide services to patients whose doctors may be away or unavailable. The clinical is located on:
3rd Floor Our Lady of Mercy Patient Care Wing
As part of COVID-19 precautions we can only accommodate one visitor per patient, so please limit your visit to your child and one parent/guardian only (exception: 2 visitors for newborns up to 6 weeks)
View the Unity Health Patient & Visitor information page for additional information
We continue to see children who are ill with persistent fevers, persistent coughs or other medical conditions that require a physician assessment.
We do NOT see patients at the clinic for the following issues:
- Suspected fractures
- Head Injuries
- Mental health concerns
Last updated September 13, 2023