Frequently Asked Questions

Services and Appointments

Yes. Physicians can renew a prescription. It is recommended that you book an appointment at least one to two weeks before your medication runs out.


No. Visit the Nova Scotia Health website to book an appointment for blood collection.


Yes. Our physicians can provide the immunizations and boosters that are recommended in Nova Scotia.


Yes, There is a $10 fee for a sick note for academic purposes and a $20 fee for a sick note for work purposes. Be prepared to provide your physician with a list of professors who will require the sick note.


First, you need to book an appointment with a physician. The physician can provide you with a referral for a specialist appointment.


For emergencies, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital. For non-emergency situations, you call 811 to access the Nova Scotia Telecare Service. Available 24/7, you can use this service to talk to a registered nurse about your symptoms.


Saint Mary's Student Health Clinic
Fourth Floor, O’Donnell Hennessey Student Centre (403 SC)