After Hours Clinic

1036 Princess St. (beside Rexall Pharma Plus)


Our After Hours Clinic is available to all Maple patients (see eligibility below) who need care due to developing symptoms. 

It is a walk-in clinic and no appointment is needed.  Patients must register in person during the hours listed below and are seen in sequence.  There is no telephone reception during After Hours Clinics.  The After Hours Clinic is closed on Holidays.  During daytime business hours, please call your doctor's office.  Patient registration may close early due to high patient volume.  The After Hours Clinic is closed on Fridays.

From Monday to Thursday, registration begins at 4:30 pm and the doctor begins seeing patients at 5:00 pm.  Two separate clinics run from the same location, therefore if you arrive earlier than 4:30 pm, please note you will be waiting outdoors while the regular daytime doctor's office finishes with their patients.  After Hours Clinic staff are not on-site until 4:30 pm.  You might be more comfortable waiting in your car or browsing in nearby stores instead of waiting outdoors, especially in hot or inclement weather.

Best practice is to arrive after 4:30 pm and wait comfortably inside the clinic.  We believe in fostering a welcoming and safe environment in our clinic for patients and staff.  Any aggressive behaviour will not be tolerated and could result in not being seen by the physician. 


Monday to Thursday

Patient registration is from:

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Patient registration may close early
due to high patient volume.



Saturday & Sunday

Patient registration is from:

8:15 am - 10:30 am

Patient registration may close early
due to high patient volume.


If you require non-urgent care please call your physician's clinic during regular daytime office hours to book an appointment.

Many clinics offer same day appointments. 

If you require urgent care when our After Hours Clinic is closed you may do the following:

• Contact the Telephone Health Advisory Service

• Go to the Hotel Dieu Urgent Care Centre
(open from 8am to 8pm every day)

• Go to the Kingston General Hospital Emergency Room (open 24 hours a day, every day)


Please bring your health card and inform the receptionist if your address, phone number or health card version code has changed. 

Please note that prescription refills, preop exams or form completions are services not provided at the After Hours Clinic.

After Hours Eligibility

In order to attend our after hours clinic, you need to be a patient of one of our physicians:

  • Dr. Sarah Arrowsmith
  • Dr. Martin Badowski
  • Dr. Nick Baxfield
  • Dr. Alyson Biedermann
  • Dr. Robyn Brown
  • Dr. Heather Clarke
  • Dr. Tag Danforth
  • Dr. Jeffrey Di Tomasso
  • Dr. Lisa Forster
  • Dr. Maeve Francoeur
  • Dr. Lisa Frederiksen
  • Dr. Paul Gallupe
  • Dr. Elizabeth Grier
  • Dr. Elizabeth Lawrence
  • Dr. Ryan Lee
  • Dr. Darren Lett
  • Dr. Kevin Loughlin
  • Dr. Sophie Martel

  • Dr. Alisha Priesnitz
  • Dr. Sanjay Ramachandran
  • Dr. Andy Ross
  • Dr. Susan Sangster-Gibson
  • Dr. Greg Scott
  • Dr. Whitney Smith
  • Dr. Bianca Tomsa
  • Dr. Sandra Welihinda
  • Dr. Joanna Willms


2024 After Hours Clinic Holiday Closures   

       New Year's Day   -   Monday, January 1
       Family Day   -   Monday, February 19
       Easter Sunday   -   Sunday, March 31  
       Victoria Day   -   Monday, May 20
       Canada Day   -   Monday, July 1 
       Civic Holiday   -   Monday, August 5  
       Labour Day   -   Monday, September 2    
       Thanksgiving   -   Monday, October 14 
       Christmas Eve   -   Tuesday, December 24   
       Christmas Day  -   Wednesday, December 25   
       Boxing Day   -   Thursday, December 26    
       New Year's Eve   -   Tuesday, December 31



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After Hours Clinic

Patient Registration:

Monday - Thursday:  4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday:  8:15 am - 10:30 am

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With deep respect, Maple Family Health Team acknowledges that we are on the traditional homeland of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, and the Huron-Wendat, and is grateful to these nations for the care and stewardship over this shared land.  We acknowledge that the Kingston and Southeastern Ontario region is home to a diverse group of First Nation, Inuit, and Métis peoples who come from many different Nations and communities across Turtle Island.  We are thankful to share, grow, and learn on these lands.

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