Orchards Walk Medical Clinic (OWC) provides general family practice services for the general patient population attached to the clinic.
When we are able to take on more patients, we will attach patients/clients from the 811 HealthLink list to be part of our general family practice.
Orchards Walk Medical Clinic (OWC) has a specific team offering gender-affirming care for LGBTQ2S+ members of our community. Our team includes a Family Physician, Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse and Counsellor.
If you are needing services, please call us at 250.828.8080 to meet our team!
Orchards Walk Medical Clinic (OWC) strives to provide priority primary care access to patients/clients connected with AskWellness. Also, to support health and social care for other vulnerable populations.
Please care with us and help create a safe place for all people.
Dr. Justyne Morrow is excited to announce she will be providing women's health services starting February 2021!
- PAP screening
- All Contraceptives (including IUD's)
- STI Testing
These services are for any woman with or without a family doctor.
Please call the clinic to book an appointment at 250-828-8080.
We currently have wonderful regular family physicians and Nurse Practitioner including:
-Dr. Natalie Lee (leaving Jan 2021)
-Dr. Hisham Shehata
-Dr. Selena Lawrie
-Dr. Tracey Smillie
-Dr. Linda Jiao
-Tamara Theimann, NP
-Dr. Autumn Trudeau
-Dr. Laila Ayoub
-Dr. Nusrat Khandker
-Dr. Justyne Morrow
We also have visiting family physicians and general practitioners we hope keep coming back!
Our team includes the following allied health providers to support and care for our patients/clients at Orchards Walk Medical Clinic.
- Cynthia Walshbarr, Registered Nurse
- Kaila McGann, Social Worker
If you are a patient, please talk to us about what services would be helpful for you.
The first face or voice you often encounter at OWC is our friendly administrative team. We are grateful to have an excellent team working together to care for our patients and clients.
Our team supports the training and development of learners from a variety of health care fields. We regularly have family medicine residents, nursing students, medical students, nurse practitioner students and in the future look forward too engaging with other health professionals.