King Clinic Family Doctors / Walk-in Clinic

The doctors and medical professionals at King Clinic have been providing services to the communities of King City, Nobleton, Oak Ridges, Newmarket, Maple, and Richmond hill for over 50 years.

King Clinic is conveniently located in the heart of King City Ontario, centrally within York Region. We are within walking distance to GO transit and nearby bus stops.

Our doctors are currently accepting new patients.  If you are in need of a family physician (GP) we encourage you to use our online patient enrollment tool to submit your application. Click here to register as a new patient with King Clinic.

Effective immediately our email address has changed to our domain. So our emails to you will come from noreply@kingclinic.ca. Obviously, this email is not watched and any email sent to it will bounce back. So this is more for outgoing emails.

If you have a non-medical question or concern you can email us at info@kingclinic.ca.

If you have a medical question you have to phone the office or post it on the portal (Health Myself),

Also, we like to hear your feedback about our service and learn from you how to improve it. You can email us at feedback@kingclinic.ca. (coming soon an option of feedback from our website if you like anonymous feedback)

If you have a question about your referral we appreciate your time and now rather than waiting on the phone you can email us your question at (referral@kingclinic.ca) and we will get back to you. The phone option still available but we encourage the email option.


Our Specialists
Open Hours
SundayClosed except for emergencies
Monday9:00am-4:00pm
Tuesday9:00am-4:00pm
Wednesday9:00am-1:00 pm
Thursday9:00am-4:00pm
Friday9:00am-4:00pm
Saturday10:00am-2:00pm office will be open for our patients and for walk in patients phone office to triage and book your appointment,
Patient Portal Login
For patients that have enrolled in our electronic communication system, you can login to our patient portal to book appointments and to communicate with our staff and doctors.
Click here to login to the patient portal
Important News
Construction in the office, adding service, update King Clinic Inc.
Feb 19, 2021

Good morning to everyone. King City Medical Associates hope all of you are healthy and safe.

We want to update you regarding what is happening in the office.

1- COVID Vaccine: nothing craved in stone yet but we knew from public health that tentatively they might have this available for the community by late spring (in May but may be in April they hope), will keep you posted.

2- Construction inside the office: there will be construction work around the office starting noon today till Sunday eveningThere will be exciting news coming soon, stay tuned ;-) )

So today's afternoonour landlines might be down for short period, if you phone and can not go through between 1-4 pm please TEXT our number 647-515-9222 and our receptionist will take care of your concern.

We hope that on Monday morning our new waiting area will be ready for receiving you and the construction work for the added new service will continue in the after hours for another 2-3 weeks. We wish adding this service will provide more convenience for our patients and our community and we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience that might happen over this weekend or the coming few weeks till the construction work is over.

Be safe be healthy.

King Clinic Inc.- King City Medical.

COVID-19 vaccines Q&A: King Clinic Inc.
Jan 21, 2021
As many are calling the clinic asking about the COVID-19 vaccines availability timing, priority, and other questions, we like to update all of you in regard of our current status.
First, as all of you are aware there are currently two authorized vaccines in Canada (Pfizer BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines) The one that mostly we will be getting is Moderna COVID-19 vaccine due to the storage requirements.
So far, there is no information about when that will be available for our patients. Only our three doctors got the vaccine as they are providing care for residents at nursing homes (and the three of them are still alive after vaccination :-) ) . Our staff have not received it yet but that is expected in the month of March (fingers crossed).

We hope and  expect that we might get the COVID-19 vaccine for our patients in the month of April.

This is the first update (second one to follow) to answer some of the common questions about the vaccine and vaccination. This is the summary for this page about vaccine facts from askontariodoctors website provided by OMA Ontario Medical Association, second one will be a summary for the National Advisory Committee on Immunization NACI on COVID- 19 Vaccines.

Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe?

All vaccine candidates are heavily scrutinized in clinical trials and by Health Canada. The approval process is rigorous. Even after approval, Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada continue to monitor the safety and effectiveness of vaccines.

Who will get the vaccine first?

The federal vaccine framework determined those most likely to contract COVID-19 and those most likely to die from COVID-19 should get the vaccine first. The framework identifies four groups who will receive the vaccine first: long-term care workers and essential caregivers, long-term care residents, those over the age of 80 and Indigenous communities.

Where will we go to get the vaccine? When is it our turn?

The vaccine was initially distributed at specific centres across the province (starting with The Ottawa Hospital and University Health Network in Toronto). Vaccine programs will roll out in long-term care facilities, rural and remote areas, and local communities in the coming months as more vaccines are approved and become available.

Why are children not eligible for this vaccine? How will we achieve herd immunity if we cannot vaccinate children for another year?

The vaccine is approved for people 16 years of age and older. Clinical trials are underway for those aged 12 to 15, and under 12. It is likely children will be involved in Phase Three of the vaccine distribution (later this year) as further studies are completed.

Is the vaccine safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women?

We still don’t have data on the risks for pregnant and breastfeeding women who get the COVID-19 vaccine. Some pregnant women, such as health care workers, are at a greater risk of contracting COVID-19 which could impact them and their pregnancy. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should assess the benefits and risks with their doctor before getting vaccinated for COVID-19.

What will I feel like after the vaccine? What are the side effects?

You can expect to feel similar to what you feel after receiving the flu vaccine. In the short-term, you may experience minor symptoms such as localized swelling or pain at the injection site. You can also feel unwell or get a headache or fever that lasts a few days.

I have heard that people who have experienced anaphylaxis or allergies should not take the vaccine? Who else should not take the vaccine?

Health Canada recommends those who have experienced anaphylaxis should avoid the vaccine only if they’ve had an allergic reaction to the first dose of the two-dose regime, or those allergic to one of the components. The National Advisory Committee on Immunization recommends women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should also avoid the vaccine. If you have specific questions regarding your eligibility, ask your doctor.

How does this vaccine work and what do we know about this new technology?

After receiving the vaccine, your body makes a protein to trick your body into thinking it’s infected. Your body generates an antibody, an immune response it will remember if it encounters the virus in the future. While this is a new vaccine, it is not new technology. The messenger RNA response has been used for other medical treatments.

Why do we need two shots, and when can we consider ourselves protected?

The level of immune response begins to show 10-14 days after the first dose, but clinical trials show that to receive the best response and optimal immunity, two doses are required 21 days apart.

How long will this vaccine protect us? Will we need to get it annually like the flu shot? How is the COVID-19 vaccine different from the flu vaccine?

We do not know yet how long it will protect us, but the vaccine will continue to be studied to understand if we require annual vaccines, as we do with the flu shot. The flu vaccine triggers an immune response with a weakened or inactivated virus, whereas the COVID-19 vaccine allows our cells to make a protein that triggers an immune response and produce antibodies that protects us from getting infected.

How soon after getting the vaccine can we return to life before COVID-19?

It may take months or even years to see a dramatic decline in cases following the vaccine. Until we see a significant impact on the pandemic, public health and all levels of government will continue to mandate COVID-19 precautions such as physical distancing, wearing masks and frequent hand washing.

Online booking is back, updates about flu shots King City Medical
Nov 11, 2020

Updates: Portal vaccine-appointment sbooking is back, regular dose flu shots, high dose flu shots status.

Dear patients, here are some updates from our office:

Our portal now is back to its normal and you can book your flu shots and other vaccine shots with our nurse Mon-Sat.

Flu shots: We have less than 150 doses of the regular dose flu shot and about the same of the high-dose flu shots. So please tryto book you appointment ASAP. We have ordered more from the public health unit but no updates yet.

Shingrix  (Shingles vaccine) provided by the Ministry for patients between 65-70-year-old: We have received limited number so eligible patient can book their appointment, first come first serve and once we ran out of them we will update the patients that are booked (esp if you do this on the portal) about the need to reschedule. Our patients younger than 65 y/o or  71 y/o and older are not covered and they need to pay for their two doses of Shingrix.

As COVID-19 second wave surges, we like to emphasize that our office is open (as it has been since the beginning of the pandemic). But as we are working to reduce the exposure of our patients (when they come to the office) and the exposure of our staff, we ask/remind our patients to start with a virtual appointment with your doctor and then an office visit will be arranged if needed. Also a gentle reminder to text us on 647-515-9222 when you arrive outside or ring the bell to let us know that you are outisde for your appointment, picking/dropping forms, inquiring...etc. Please do not walk into the office withour prior permission from our receptionist for your own protection and to protect other patients in the waiting area or exiting our office.

We wish everyone to be safe and healthy.

King Clinic Inc. - King City Medical