Our doctors and nurse practitioners are off for the summer. They will be available for appointments again in September. If you are looking for a doctor or walk-in support, please check out the Chinook Primary Care Network's website.

Our health care team of registered nurses and doctors are here to provide services that positively influence your health and well-being. We can also connect you to the most appropriate support services. Our services include, but are not limited to:

  • doctor clinics
  • immunizations
  • sexual health
  • first aid

Our registered nurses are available to answer your health concerns and questions.

Book a Medical Services appointment

Appointments for Medical Services, including doctor and immunization appointments, can be made in person, on the phone, or online.

To book a medical appointment: 

In person: Kodiak House
Phone: 403-320-3289

Book online

Hours:  Monday  - Friday, 8 am – 4 pm

Please note that we are closed on weekends and holidays, as well as during July and August.

*$40 fee for no shows and cancellations with less than 24 hours notice.

Doctor clinics

Family physicians

Morning and afternoon doctor clinics are offered for students and employees, as well as their families. You can book an appointment with one of our doctors to address medical needs such as:

  • medication prescription renewals
  • acute illness
  • regular check-ups
  • injuries
  • specialist referrals

You can also book the following services for a fee:

  • third-party medicals
  • driver’s medical
  • PARE
  • pre-employment physical

Immunizations are available for Health and Wellness Students who require them. Contact us for more information or refer to your pre-placement package sent to your Lethbridge College email.

If you would like to complete your immunizations in the community for free, you can contact Lethbridge Public Health at 403-388-6666.

Influenza immunization

Every October, we offer free influenza immunization clinics that is available to all students, employees and community members. See our event page for dates and locations on campus.

Sexual and reproductive health

Through our on site counsellors, you have access to confidential services related to your sexual health. From talking about sex, lifestyle choices and sexuality to reproduction, contraception and sexually transmitted infections, we provide a confidential safe space for your questions to be answered.

Come see one of our registered nurses for information and/or book an appointment with one of our doctors for a wellness exam.

Wellness exams

Put your sexual health first with a wellness exam. Depending on your age, individual concerns and risk factors, your wellness exam may include:

  • pap smear or testicular and prostate exam
  • safe sex and birth control information
  • blood pressure check
  • breast exam
  • STI screening and education
  • HPV vaccine information
  • pregnancy testing

Pregnancy testing

Drop in or book an appointment with a registered nurse for pregnancy testing and education. Regardless of test results, counselling is offered to discuss options, resources and support.

Other sexual health concerns

Address any other concerns you may have relating to your sexual health, such as urinary tract infection, pelvic pain, menstruation issues, painful sex and sexual dysfunction.

Sexual health resources

Naloxone Distribution Site

Due to the renovation and expansion project, those wanting kits should reach out to [email protected] to arrange to pick up kits.

Wellness Services provides free injectable and nasal naloxone kits on request.

For those who have never taken training on using naloxone, a nurse will be able to spend a few minutes explaining how to use naloxone. This service will be available during Wellness Services regular hours, Monday through Friday from 8 am – 12 pm, 1 pm – 4:30- pm. If a nurse is not available, you may be requested to wait or return later.

For those who do not require any training, kits will be available during all regular Wellness Services hours.

One hour in depth training on naloxone, opioids, harm reduction and opportunities for hands on training will be available throughout the year and will be listed on the Events Calendar on the Lethbridge College website.