Health Care

Find detailed information about the RAMQ, health care programs and tools, as well as available health care services such as walk-in clinics, the role of the pharmacist, medical services for children 0-17, laboratory tests and STBBI screening and prevention services.

Get help navigating the Outaouais’s health care system and connecting with the programs or services you’re looking for.  Our Connexions team can help you find information in English and can also refer you to the appropriate health and social service. You can contact us at 819-557-0615 or .

The Régie de l’assurance maladie du Québec (RAMQ)

The RAMQ is Quebec’s health care plan. Through the RAMQ, the province pays for many of the health services you may need.  All you need to do is present your card at the doctor’s office, hospital, clinic or local community service centre (CLSC).

Learn what the RAMQ covers

Apply for the RAMQ or renew your card

Public Prescription Drug Insurance Plan

Finding Health Care

Register for a family doctor who is accepting new patients

If you do not have a doctor or cannot see your doctor, you can book an appointment on the new Québec Medical Appointment Scheduler.

Your Pharmacist: Your Gateway to the Health System!

Rapid Access to Medical Services for Children Aged 0-17 years – Mini-Paediatric Emergency Clinic

Finding a service through Quebec.ca: Laboratory Tests – Abortion Services –Injection Equipment Access Centre (CAMI)– Integrated STBBI Screening and Prevention Service (SIDEP)

Addiction Rehabilitation Services – Resources that can provide a Naloxone Kit

Centre intégré de santé et des services sociaux de l’Outaouais (CISSSO) is the public agency responsible for administering health and social services in the Outaouais region:

Long-Term Care Facilities
Other Regional Institutions

Info-Santé / Info-Social

Free, confidential advice and referral for health and social services.

Call 811, option #1 – Non-urgent health issue.

Call 811, option #2 – Psychosocial problem.

More info about Info-Santé / Info-Social

Health Issues:

Cancer Care
Health Issues – A-Z

Heart Health

Flu & Gastro


Mental Health

Arthritis & Osteoporosis