Family Doctors Taking New Patients in Newfoundland and Labrador

If you do not have a primary care provider, please register with Patient Connect NL – the provincial registry for residents of Newfoundland and Labrador who have identified as being without a Primary Care Provider (Family Doctor or Nurse Practitioner). The goal of Patient Connect NL is to connect individuals to a primary care provider as soon as one becomes available. Individuals may register for Patient Connect NL online or by telephone at 1-833-913-4679.

Disclaimer: The list below may not be a representative list of all family doctors accepting new patients in Newfoundland and Labrador. This list is updated only when notified by individual family physicians that they are taking new patients. To search for physicians licensed to practise in Newfoundland and Labrador click here (note: this is not a list of doctors taking new patients). Contact information for physicians in Newfoundland and Labrador may also be available on the “Physicians and Surgeons” section of the Yellow Pages.

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The following alternatives are not the same as having your own family doctor, however they may provide access to limited services if you cannot find a family doctor from the above listing.

Alternative options:

  • Medicuro offers a virtual health clinic. Visit www.medicuro.ca for more information. This service may be covered by MCP.
  • Body Quest Health and Wellness Centre in Paradise offers patient-pay access to nurse practitioners. Call (709) 782-1118. This service is not covered by MCP and a fee may apply.
  • 811 Healthline offers province-wide advice in managing your physical and mental health, including assisting with prescription refills for non-controlled substances and arranging nurse practitioner telephone appointments. Call 811 or (888) 709-2929 to access or use the 811 HealthLine mobile app.

If you do not have a family doctor and would like to voice your concerns on this issue with the provincial government, contact [email protected]. To contact your local MHA on the matter, visit www.assembly.nl.ca.