What Is Your Policy with Respect to Cancelling an Appointment?

If you are unable to attend your appointment, you must inform us at least 1 hour before your scheduled appointment time. Otherwise, 50% of the consultation costs will be billed to you. Understand that this minimum delay gives us the possibility of assigning this time slot to another patient.

If you are unable to attend your appointment, please call us at:
Blainville : 450-434-2009(option #2)
Laval : 450-434-2009(option #2)
Mont-Tremblant: 873-563-5009(option #2)
Outside of business hours, please leave a message on our voice-mail.

What Is a Private Medical Clinic That Is Not Covered By RAMQ?

LeBlanc + Savaria clinics are private medical clinics. Our doctors have opted out of the Régie de l’assurance maladie du Québec. This means that your consultation and treatment fees cannot be reimbursed by RAMQ. This is why our fees are not covered by the Régie de l’assurance maladie du Québec (RAMQ). Therefore, you will have to pay the fees when you visit the clinic.

Are the costs reimbursed by private medical insurance?

Most of our fees are reimbursable by private insurance plans. We will provide you with a receipt so that you can submit your claim to your insurer.

Are the fees tax deductible?

Private health care costs can be reported on your tax return as medical expenses.

Where Can I Go to Have a Blood Draw Done?

Blood draws can be taken at our clinics or at a hospital. If you decide to have them done at our centre, you will be contacted by a nurse in the following days to give you the results once they have been interpreted by the doctor. Depending on the tests that are carried out, the delay can be from 48 working hours to a few weeks. However, if you choose to use the services of the public system, your results will be sent to our clinics, and a copy will be placed in your file at the medical centre where the blood analysis was carried out.

What Are the Fees for Opening a File at Your Clinics?

$ 50 fee for opening a file, no annual fees and no flat fee. Fees may apply for non-Canadian residents.

Do I Need a Medical Prescription for Laboratory Analyses?

A medical request is required in order to proceed with laboratory analyses. If you do not have a doctor, you can make an appointment at our clinics for a medical consultation. The corresponding fees will be charged.

Is It Possible That I Will Be Referred to a Specialist in the Public System?

Yes, our clinics can refer you to a specialist in the public system. If the waiting time in the public system is too long, we can also refer you to a private centre, and we would advise you of the fees associated with this examination.

Can I Have My Medical File Sent to You if You Become My Family Doctor?

With your permission and your signature, we can have the documents required for your follow-up, or even your complete medical file, transferred to our clinics.

What is the difference between a medical consultation with a doctor or a Nurse Practitioner (NP)? 

Both medical consultations with a doctor or a Nurse Practitioner offer significant benefits for patients. While doctors provide in-depth medical expertise, Nurse Practitioners, with their advanced training and extensive clinical skills, can also diagnose certain illnesses and prescribe treatments. Access to Nurse Practitioners enables the provision of more accessible and affordable quality care. Nurses are known for being attentive, empathetic, and recognized medical professionals with sharp clinical judgment. In our clinics, a consultation with a Nurse Practitioner is available for the following services: emergency, medical consultation, adult or child health assessment, women’s health, men’s health, STI/STD screening, mental health, and hormone therapy.

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