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Paediatric Care Clinic

Paediatric Care Clinic

The Mississauga Paediatric Care Clinic @ Summerville Family Health Team

Operating Hours (as of April 4, 2024)

Monday to Friday - 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Mississauga Health and Ontario Health recognize the pivotal role COVID, Cold and Flu Care Clinics (CCFCC) played during the pandemic to care for people experiencing influenza-like illnesses, to avoid unnecessary visits to the emergency department. Mississauga Health has partnered with Summerville Family Health Team, Credit Valley Family Health Team, and Trillium Health Partners Women’s & Children’s Program to open a temporary community-based Paediatric Care Clinic. This clinic will focus on alleviating emergency department pressures by offering timely in-person care from health care providers for flu-like symptoms on the same day or next day, if possible. This may include self-care advice, COVID-19 tests, or prescriptions. The Mississauga Paediatric Care Clinic is available to children aged 6 months old to 17 years old who do not have a family physician, or their family physician does not have an after-hours on-call clinic to assist you/your child with certain non-urgent care needs (e.g., cough, cold and flu symptoms).

The Mississauga Paediatric Care Clinic @ Summerville Family Health Team
101 Queensway West, 7th Floor
905-272-9900 ext. 240


Click the Medeo link above for available appointments.

The Mississauga Paediatric Care Clinic - What you need to know before visiting.

What are the symptoms treated at our clinic?

Below are some of the symptoms your child may have:

You can also consider contacting the central region virtual urgent care clinic by scanning the QR code below to schedule an appointment daily between 1 pm and 9 pm.

How to Scan a QR code:

  1. Open a camera app. (iPhone or Android)
  2. Focus the camera on the QR code.
  3. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the action.

You might also find this tips sheet made by family doctors helpful. It provides tips on deciding when to seek care for a child with respiratory illness and how to support your child at home.

When do I bring my child to the emergency department?

If your child develops severe symptoms (see symptoms below), call 911 or go to your nearest emergency department. 

For children, severe symptoms include: