Capitale-Nationale Refugee Health Clinic
The Capitale-Nationale Refugee Health Clinic provides refugees with access to healthcare and services. Here refugees can experience a sense of belonging within the health system and start strong in their new surroundings.
In accordance with MSSS (Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux) guidelines, the Refugee Health Clinic was created to provide health services adapted to this particularly vulnerable clientele.
The following services are available by appointment only:
- Physical health assessment
- Psychosocial wellness assessment
- One-time treatments
- Network referrals as needed: Procedure for access to a family doctor, vaccination, psychosocial services, medical specialists, etc.
All new or settled refugees in the Capitale-Nationale region.
How to access services
The Refugee Health Clinic operates mainly on the basis of referrals from Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Diversité et de l’Inclusion.
Did you know?
- Each year, Canada lives out its humanitarian traditions and grants protection to some 24,000 refugees.
- Of these, the province of Québec welcomes more than 2,000 per year, with about 500 settling in Québec City. The Capitale-Nationale is the first destination for refugees supported by the State.
- MSSS has made sure all refugees are given an initial health assessment. The ministry’s guidelines on service planning and delivery are set out in Une passerelle vers un avenir en santé (in French only).
To contact us
Since 2016, the Capitale-Nationale Refugee Health Clinic has been located on the main floor of the Jeffery Hale Hospital at 1250, chemin Sainte-Foy, Quebec City, G1S 2M6.
For more information, please call the Jeffery Hale central reception at 418-684-JEFF (5333)/1-888-984-5333, ext. 0, or use the form on the Contact Us page.