Medical Centre to be open Wednesday evenings

It is often difficult for those who work during the day to schedule medical appointments

Editor, The Times:

The Clearwater Medical Centre is pleased to announce that it will be open on Wednesdays until 8 p.m., beginning April 4, on a trial basis. There will be one doctor available to see patients.

READ MORE: New doctor coming to Clearwater (Feb. 11, 2018)

It is recognized that it is often difficult for those who work during the day to schedule medical appointments.

Please note that this service is being provided on a trial basis and is intended to serve those people who work during the day and who would be otherwise unable to make an appointment.

Please call the clinic at 250.674.3319 to book an appointment, or for further information.

Dr. John Soles

Clearwater Medical Centre​

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