Health Services Medical Clinic

  • Student in nurses' office

Health Services is a primary care medical clinic that supports students and employees on campus.


COVID-19 Updates

Masks or face coverings are mandatory

Anyone coming to the Health Services Medical Clinic must wear a mask or face covering at all times when others are present (in private and public spaces). This applies to students, employees, contractors and visitors

Please bring your own mask or face covering. Review how to safely use a mask. Thank you for your cooperation.

 


Who has access

All services at the Health Services Medical Clinic are available to the following Mount Royal community members:

  • All credit students, including occupational programs in Continuing Education
  • Faculty members of the Mount Royal Faculty Association (MRFA)
  • Employee members of the Mount Royal Staff Association (MRSA), Mount Royal exempt management and employees
  • The spouse and child dependents of students living in the Indigenous Family Residence program at Mount Royal
 
International students

International students with Guard Me insurance can access the Health Services clinic for medical services covered under the plan. We will direct bill your physician appointment to the Guard Me plan to reduce out-of-pocket medical costs to you. Please visit Guard Me's website for more information.

Some international students may have Alberta Healthcare cards, which gives them access to any medical clinic or hospital in the province.

After Mount Royal

Because of the high demand for access to medical services by our community members, when your relationship with Mount Royal comes to an end, either through graduation, withdrawal from your academic commitment, and/or employment termination, you will be required to seek health care services outside of Mount Royal's medical clinic.

Please see the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta for the names of local physicians accepting new patients.

 

Book an appointment

Book appointments over the phone or in person. Appointments cannot be made via email or voicemail. Emergency appointments are also available. In case of a medical emergency on campus, please call Security Services at 403.440.5900.

 

403.440.6326
Call to book

Fall, Winter and Spring hours
Monday to Thursday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed for lunch daily: noon to 1 p.m.

Summer hours - July 1 to August 30
Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed for lunch daily: noon to 1 p.m.
*Limited physician hours in July and August

Health Services Clinic
Room U216
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Wellness Services

Parking

Parking is available on campus in Lot 2 at the West Gate Entrance. Patients have two options to complete parking payments:

Option #1: HotSpot app

- Download the HotSpot app
- Use the QR codes or NFC capability on signs located in the parking lots
- Visit htsp.ca to make desktop payments

For this option, you will need to set-up an account with HotSpot and are eligible for free parking on campus for the first 30 minutes. Visit the Parking and Transportation website for more information and complete step-by-step instructions.

Option #2: Provide your license plate number at the Health Services Medical Clinic reception

When checking-in for your appointment at Health Services, provide your license plate number at reception. Reception will record your license plate with Parking Services and you will be charged the parking flat rate of $5. Please note - we are only able to accept cash payments at this time.

 

Cancellation policy

24-hour cancellation notice is required for all clinic physician appointments. Patients who no-show or provide insufficient notice will be charged a fee of $20. You can leave us a message on our after-hours cancellation line.

 

Student immunizations

Recently accepted to a health care-related program at MRU and need to get your immunizations completed? Get your immunizations completed at the Health Services Medical Clinic. Learn more.

 

Travelling abroad

The Office of Border and Travel Health at the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) informs about prevention methods and special precautions that should be taken to protect one's health while travelling abroad against travel-related diseases spread by infected insects.

Influenza information

Flus and colds are a common part of university life but don’t let them get you down! Review our resources and information on influenza including updates on flu clinic offerings on campus.

 

Our team

Meet our team of clinic physicians, a psychiatrist, registered nurses, a licensed practical nurse, medical office assistants and community partners who will help you with your health concerns with care and compassion.