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Welcome to Grimsby Medical Associates

Grimsby Medical Associates is a medical clinic located in the Town of Grimsby, Ontario. Our team approach links your family doctor with other health care team providers to give you the best possible care. The focus is on keeping you and your family healthy, not just treating you when you are sick.

Your care team consists of many members:

Family Doctor; Family Medicine Residents; Nursing Team; Administrative Team; Mental Health Team; Chronic Disease Team, Geriatric Team; Dietitian  and Diabetic Team

Each of these health care workers plays a different role in your health care so you and your family can benefit from a well-rounded approach to health.


Please note that the elevator  is down – The property company has ordered the parts for it , we do not have a date yet of when it will be functional .  updates will be posted here when we recieve it from the property management company . 

Please note that we are experiencing higher phone volume than usual ; your patience is apprciated ; our staff are doing their best to serve you . 



Important Announcements :


Dear Patients,
A long 22 months ago, under the guidance of the Ontario Ministry of Health, we shifted to a Virtual First approach for appointments. As a result of the sacrifices and hard work by everyone to keep us all safe, and the tremendous strides made through vaccination efforts, we think we are making our way out of this pandemic.
In response, we are pleased to let you know we are moving away from the Virtual First approach and
providing more in-person appointments. We will continue when appropriate to offer virtual
appointments. To allow for more in-person care, we are keeping our clinic capacity at a number that still allows for physical distancing and maintaining other safety protocols, including regular disinfection.
If you are coming for an in-person visit, please remember to wear a mask to your appointment and
complete the self-screening for COVID ( https://covid19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/.)
If you or your family member have symptoms of COVID  and you would like medical advice, please call us.

We can discuss what the options are for care including:

• Providing care through a virtual appointment
• Being seen in-person in our office
• If emergency care is needed (for example, if you are having difficulty breathing or experiencing
other severe symptoms).

Please note that you do not require a medical note or proof of a negative test for clearance to return to school or work.
We are grateful for your patience as we work to balance the need for in-person medical care with the need to keep everyone safe as part of our new normal. We remain open to care for you.

Zero Tolerance Policy

We are committed to providing a safe, secure, and respectful environment for all patients and staff. Words or actions that make others feel threatened will not be tolerated and decisive action will be taken to protect patients and staff.

Disruptive Behaviour

Grimsby Medical Associates considers the use of inappropriate words, actions, or inactions as disruptive behaviour.

Inappropriate Actions/Inactions:

  • Violence (exercise or attempt of physical force)
  • Intimidation
  • Throwing or damaging property or breaking things

Inappropriate Words (in person, by phone or any other means of communication):

  • Abusive language
  • Disrespectful, demeaning, or abusive language/comments
  • Remarks, jokes, or innuendos that demean, ridicule or offend
  • Discriminatory remarks
  • Threats or threatening behaviour
  • Bullying

Immediate action will be taken when the incidents described above occur.



All Group education sessions and workshops are on hold until further notice. 

Please click on the link below for the latest COVID-19 Updates :




Important Message

Please Remember you can help to protect yourself from all respiratory illnesses by

  • Washing hands regularly with soap and warm water or use an alcohol-based sanitizer.
  • Avoiding touching your face with unwashed hands
  • Sneeze or cough into your arm or sleeve
  • Avoid handshakes, hugs or kisses
  • Avoiding close contact with who are sick
  • Reduce your exposure to crowded places

Information and updates about Immunizations and Vaccines from Niagara Public Health :




All community Workshops are cancelled at this Time.