MEDICAL CONSULTATION CLINIC
Medical Consultation Clinic is:
- Free to you
- Not replacing your family doctor
Medical Consultation Clinic can:
- Clarify your existing medical issues
- Refer to Specialists
- Provide short term medical, emotional and social support
- Help you locate a Family Doctor
What can you expect?
- Our team will meet with you and your family to help determine your needs. This assessment involves a physical exam and discussion in a professional approach and manner.
- We work closely with your family doctor and other health care providers. Together we will create a care plan.
- We provide a completed report to your family doctor that describes the plan and any necessary follow up. Clinic service is active until your plan or goal has been met.
Cantonese, English, Mandarin, Spanish
There will be a fee charged for those without OHIP and interim Federal Health Program. The fee may be waived depending on circumstances.
Our consultation clinic consists of doctor, nurses, and clinical coordinators well connected with community services, and Specialists to provide optimal care for you.
Dr. David Wong, Clinic Physician
Dr. David Wong graduated in medicine in 1981. He is trained in internal medicine and anesthesiology, and is currently a full professor at University of Toronto. Three years ago, he was challenged by a TCCC pastor’s vision to start a clinic at a community center to address the issues of seniors such as depression, loneliness, family conflict, and financial stress. Many are not seeking a quick prescription; instead they want to be with someone who spends time to listen and care for them. The sense of wellness encompasses physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects. Dr. Wong felt privileged and grateful for the opportunity to help clients through listening, encouragement, advice, prayer, and support.
“Individuals with depression, diabetes, financial stress, family conflict, loneliness, or loss of hope. I feel privileged to listen to each patient and to provide medical care, encouragement, prayer, practical help, emotional support and hope. God is the perfect healer and I am humbled to extend His healing and love to those in need.”
Dr. David Wong
Ms. Clara Tsang, Nurse Practitioner
Clara Tsang is a Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner RN(EC), with over 40 years of clinical experience. She has received Masters of Nursing and a Gerontology Nursing Certificate from the Canadian Nurses Association, BScN in Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner, BA from the University of Waterloo, Nursing and Health Care Management certificate from McMaster University, and various nursing training and certificates in Hong Kong and UK. Since retiring as a Geriatric Nurse Practitioner at The Scarborough and Rouge Hospital, Rough Valley site emergency department, Clara has been actively serving at global medical and educational missions. She has been a visiting lecturer at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She also devotes time to serving in the community as a Nurse Practitioner consultant to several not-for-profit organizations.
Angela Mejia, Spanish Translator
Angela graduated as a Business Administrator from the Catholic University of Colombia, has a diploma in teaching and courses in customer service in Toronto Canada. She has been a teacher in educational institutions, one in her native country Colombia, as well as in Chongqing – China. She currently works with 105 Gibson Centre as the liaison between the Hispanic community and the community center at the Food Bank. She also teaches Spanish to mostly Hong Kong people with the Spanish with fun program.