Should you require medical information while in Whitehorse, please call the Health Info Line at 811.
For Ambulance, Police or Fire Emergency Services call: 911
Requirements to access medical services in Whitehorse:
A valid Canadian Health Care card is required; otherwise, payment for services is required in advance. Emergency services can be costly. We recommend review of your medical care coverage and purchase of the appropriate medical insurance before travelling.
Whitehorse General Hospital:
Whitehorse has a General Hospital located close to the downtown core. For more information on the services the hospital provides please click here or Phone: (867) 393-8700.
Walk-in Medical Care is available via the Emergency Clinic of the Whitehorse General Hospital.
Between 11:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. there are more doctors on staff.
Drop-in Medical Clinics:
Note: Priority is given to patients with appointments
Marcorios Medical Clinic
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Address: #8 – 106 Main Street
River Valley Medical Clinic Walk- In’s
Hours of Operations: Saturday: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Address: 106 Lambert Street
Although most stores and businesses in the Whitehorse downtown core are wheelchair accessible, some are not. We have listed accommodation facilities and transportation providers that can assist delegates who have special accessibility needs on the pages of this website.
Special Needs During the Symposium:
If you have special dietary or accessibility needs, please itemize them in the “special needs” section of the on-line registration form when you register and we will do our best to ensure your needs are met.