Manitoba Health continues to require masks be worn in health care facilities by patients and health care providers, this including clinics. Guidance from Shared Health also recommends patients be required to wear a medical or non medical mask for the duration of their clinic appointment.
Services by appointment only. Customers may continue to book on line. Clients and escorts must complete the self screening tool prior to booking. You will be screened again prior to commencing your appointment. If you are not feeling well please call and reschedule your appointment. If possible, please do not bring anyone with you to your appointment. Please do not book if you have travelled in the last 14 days, had exposure to or close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please do not book if you have been advised to self-isolate and until you are deemed safe to discontinue the self isolation protocol.
If you are unsure of your symptoms and how to proceed please call
Health Links at 1-888-315-9257 for further direction.
Upon arrival at your appointment, please wait outside until you are called in. This will give us time to sanitize between clients and ensure the physical distancing protocols are followed. The waiting room at both locations will not be in use. Please use the provided hand sanitizer upon arrival.
You are asked to wear a mask for the duration of your appointment. The mask may be removed briefly to accommodate a treatment area as needed. If you do not have a mask of your own you will be asked to purchase one for use at your appointment. Cloth masks may be purchase for $5 which you may keep to reuse. A disposable one time use surgical mask may also be purchased for $2.
Please do not bring any extra jackets, bags ect with you.
Your provider will wear personal protective equipment such as surgical mask and eye shield for the duration of your appointment. All client areas are sanitized with an approved sanitizer between each client.
Clients must maintain a distance of at least two meters, except when receiving service or for brief exchanges.
updated March 15, 2022