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HPHA to close COVID, cold and flu clinics

HPHA’s COVID, Cold and Flu Care Clinic will be closing at the end of the month. L to R: Julie Brown, Manager CCFCC; Patty Wells, RN, Ashley McCartney and Dr. Shawn Edwards. (Source: Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance) HPHA’s COVID, Cold and Flu Care Clinic will be closing at the end of the month. L to R: Julie Brown, Manager CCFCC; Patty Wells, RN, Ashley McCartney and Dr. Shawn Edwards. (Source: Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance)
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The Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance’s (HPHA) COVID, Cold and Flu Care Clinic (CCFCC) will be closing due to a steady decline in patients.

The last day of operation for COVID-19 testing will be Thursday, March 30. The last day for physician assessment will be Friday, March 31.

"The contribution this team has made to the quality of our local health system during the pandemic has been outstanding,” said President and CEO Andrew Williams. “As we close our CCFCC, a huge thank you is extended to our community partners including the Stratford Rotary Complex, the wonderful staff at the Stratford Family Health Team, Emad Salama of PrinceRx Pharmacy for generously paying the parking fees for all the CCFCC patients and, of course, all the staff and physicians that worked tirelessly to provide this service.”

For patients seeking COVID-19 assessment, testing, or antiviral treatment after March 31, contact your family doctor or visit Ontario’s COVID-19 web page.

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