Consultation fees

Administrative fee of $50 (only for the first visit)

Consultation with an NP: starting from $120

Consultation during weekdays: starting from $140

Consultation on weekends and holidays: starting from $160

Service available at these clinics

Medical Consultation

At LeBlanc + Savaria clinics, you can get a medical consultation quickly to discuss a healthy concern, a health problem, a minor emergency, or simply to renew a prescription. Our doctors can see you in clinic or by telemedicine. Rest assured, you will benefit from an attentive, reassuring service.

Frequently asked questions

What are the payment terms?

LeBlanc + Savaria clinics are private medical clinics. 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. However, 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.

Can I discuss several health problems in a single consultation?

Since the medical consultation is for a fixed period of time, the doctor will be able to discuss a single health problem with you, so as to properly assess your situation and make the right diagnosis. If you wish to discuss more than one problem, we recommend that you make an appointment for a complete checkup.

Is there a charge for follow-ups after the first appointment?

Yes, every time you see a doctor in one of our clinics, a fee will be charged, whether it’s for a follow-up, re-evaluation, an adjustment, or for monitoring medication, whether the reason for your consultation is the same or not.

Do you offer telemedicine consultations?

Yes, telemedicine is possible for a consultation that does not require a physical exam.
Telemedicine offers the possibility of having a secure appointment between you and the doctor on your smartphone, tablet or computer Notes and documents from the telemedicine consultation will be saved in your electronic medical file.
When in doubt, ask our receptionist if telemedicine is possible in your situation.

What is a Nurse Practitioner (NP)?

A Nurse Practitioner is a nurse who has obtained a Master of Nursing Science degree after completing a Bachelor of Nursing Science and accumulating 3600 hours of practice in a chosen specialty. They possess advanced clinical skills and can diagnose certain illnesses, prescribe treatments, and collaborate closely with other healthcare professionals. This role, established through a partnership between the Quebec Order of Nurses and Nurses and the College of Physicians, aims to provide more accessible and affordable quality care while relieving pressure on the healthcare system.

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