King Clinic - Family Doctors and 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.

Former patients of Dr Pearl: the ministry enrollment form MUST be signed and dated by you,and dropped/texted/emailed to our office ASAP (see news section) to keep your spot in the practice with Dr Somasundaram, Otherwise you will lose your  place in her practice. Click here to download the form.

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 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

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 (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 ( 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
Wednesday9:00am-1:00 pm
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 communcation 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
Grade 7& 8 Immunization clinics King City Medical
Sep 30, 2020
In March 2020, the Provincial government announced the closure of all schools due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, school and community immunization clinics during the previous school year were cancelled by York Region Public Health (YRPH). Many students now entering grade 8 never received their second dose of immunizations planned to be administered in school in the spring of their grade 7 year. These vaccines include Hepatitis B, Human Papillomavirus (HPV) (Gardasil® 9), and Meningococcal A, C, Y, W-135 (Menactra®).

As the school setting continues to be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, York Region Public Health will not be offering in-school immunization clinics this school year, and will instead be offering community immunization clinics this fall, beginning on Monday, October 5, to ensure that students are still able to receive these important vaccines, whether they are attending school in person or online.

YRPH is offering the vaccines listed below at no cost to all grade 7 students this fall and to grade 8 students who missed their second dose in the spring of 2020 due to school closures.


 YRPH community immunization clinics are offered at various locations throughout York Region. Please be informed that children who recently completed Grade 7 (born in 2007) or are now entering grade 7 (born in 2008) are able to receive these immunizations at a community immunization clinic. Appointments will be available online at, by clicking on Immunization Clinics

In order to ensure safety for everyone in our immunization clinics, all appropriate COVID-19 public health and infection prevention and control measures will be place, as well as the following measures:


- Elementary school aged students will be allowed a maximum of ONE support person to accompany them into the clinic

- High school aged students will be required to enter the clinic space alone for their appointment unless special circumstances require a support person

- Both the student and their support person must wear a mask at all times while in the clinic. Certain exceptions apply. Visit for details

- Both the student and their support person will undergo COVID-19 screening upon arrival and will NOT be allowed in the clinic space unless they screen negative


For more information visit

COVID-19 Testing Guidance Updates. King City Medical
Sep 29, 2020
On Sep 24th, the Ministry of Health announced a COVID-19 Testing Guidance Update to prioritize those who are at the greatest risk, while shifting away from untargeted asymptomatic testing. As part of the updated guidance, Ontarians are being asked to go to Assessment Centres only if they:

• Are showing COVID-19 symptoms;
• Have been exposed to a confirmed case of the virus, as informed by their public health unit or
exposure notification through the COVID-19 app;
• Are a resident or worker in a setting that has a COVID-19 outbreak, as identified and informed
by their local public health unit; or
• Are eligible for testing as part of a targeted testing initiative directed by the Ministry of Health
or the Ministry of Long-Term Care. Ontario Health will continue to notify Assessment Centres of
any targeted testing.

Starting on September 25, Ontarians can book an appointment to get tested for COVID-19 at up to 60
pharmacies in Ontario if they are not showing symptoms and are part of a vulnerable population. Vulnerable
populations include residents or workers in an at-risk setting such as a long-term care home, homeless shelter or other congregate setting. Additional pharmacy locations will be available in the continuing provincial rollout.

Low risk, asymptomatic individuals should not be considered for COVID-19 testing.

For detailed information, please refer to our documents section to review COVID 19 documents.

Updates from our office: King City Medical
Sep 08, 2020

Starting this week our office is pleased to announce the reopening of Fridays 9 am-4 pm and Saturdays 10 am-2:pm.

Saturday will be open for our patients and our community residents (walk-in). You need to phone the office to book your appointment and triage to make sure you have no COVID symptoms before coming to the office.

Also, as now we will be open Mon-Sat effective immediately the cellular number 647-515-9222 will be used solely for texting to check in when you are outside the office for your appointment or for picking/dropping forms. This number will not be monitored for any medical concerns and no doctors will be watching this phone after hours. So if you need to book an appointment or have a medical concern phone our office during our open hours (as before the pandemic).

Reminder for our patients:

Please DO NOT enter our office without permission (by texting our number 647-515-9222). This is extremely important to reduce unnecessary exposure for you or for other patients that might be exiting our office or being served by our receptionist at the same time. This is meant mainly for your safety, the safety of other patients, and the safety of our staff.

Everyone entering the office MUST WEAR A FACEMASK, No Mask, No Service!

Liquid nitrogen is available now:

Liquid Nitrogen is back to availability, so for our patients that were getting the cryotherapy treatments, you can contact the office and book your treatment. The fee is still the same $20 per session.