Express Medical Care

Clinic Hours: Mon–Fri: 8:30 AM – 3 PM, Sat: 9 AM – 3 PM Sun: Closed

Winnipeg’s Local Walk-In Medical Clinic and Urgent-Care Centre

Please see our comprehensive list of services


We treat a variety of common conditions such as skin infections, ear infections, sore throat, urinary tract infections, pink eyes, abscess, gastro-intestinal, and others. Our physicians diagnose your condition on-site, and curate a treatment plan that suits you.


We are conveniently located next door to YouDrugmart, our partner pharmacy, addressing your prescription needs and offering free delivery to anywhere in Winnipeg and surrounding areas.


We take care of minor fractures, and other minor injuries such as wounds, lacerations, minor burns, sprains. We are committed to treating you on the same day with no wait time.


We will be launching our X-ray screening services in 2021.


We treat skin infections and issues that need immediate attention. Visit us to cure skin diseases, moles, and skin tags.


Do you need a physical for school, camp, or work, or help with an insurance application? We help you with annual and special circumstance physicals in a short wait time.


Personal consultation with our physicians is an integral part of the testing and diagnosis of sexually transmitted diseases.


Our treatment process involves:


  • Meeting you in person
  • Discussing the symptoms
  • Understanding your needs
  • Examining you in details
  • Recommending the right set of tests
  • Recommending the right treatment


You can meet our physicians, get expert advice, and prescriptions from your phone with our new no-contact consultation service. We will handle your needs via telemedicine when you do not prefer stepping out.


To find out if your symptoms are appropriate for a telemedicine consultation, call our clinic at 204‑306‑4259. Note that not every medical condition can be addressed via telemedicine


Local and international patients can reach us for valuable information, medical resources, immunization, and vaccinations while traveling. Your appointment for travel vaccination and immunization should be scheduled at least 4 weeks before your departure date, as some vaccines have special timing requirements.


Access same-day consultation as we are equipped to handle all forms of non-emergency injuries. Our recommendations before visiting us:


  • As soon as you are wounded, inform your boss or supervisor.
  • Get emergency care if necessary.
  • Always dial 911 if the accident is life threatening.
  • Call us if you require extra support after you are released from the emergency department.
  • Complete all necessary accident claim paperwork.
  • Describe your injuries carefully and make note of all affected areas of the body.
  • Contact us if you require any further support.