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Online Booking Now Available
Online Booking Now Available

Online booking is now available for our patients at our Bradford site. Click the link below to book your appointment with your healthcare provider.

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Mask Mandates
Mask Mandates

While the province is ending its mask mandate on June 11th for health care organizations, SAFHT will continue to follow Public Health Ontario’s guidance and require all patients attending an appointment at one of our clinics to wear a mask.  

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After Hours Clinic
After Hours Clinic

We offer an after hours urgent care clinic for patients who require medical attention that day.

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Tired of waiting on the phone?
Tired of waiting on the phone?

We now offer an online portal for booking appointments and messaging for Newmarket and Aurora patients. Please print and sign our newest consent form to gain access.

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Request an Appointment

Book an appointment with your Doctor or Nurse Practitioner Online

Need a New Doctor

New Patients can request to have a New Primary Care Provider

After Hours Care

Book an appointment for our after hours Urgent Care Clinic

Welcome to the Southlake Family Health Team



Last updated: November 29, 2022

Ontario is currently seeing a spike in respiratory illness, especially in children, and receiving a high volume of calls for appointments. Please click the button to find more information to help you understand what you can do at home, when you should call our office and when you need to go to the emergency room.


Last updated: October 7, 2022

Online appointment booking is now available for patients at our Bradford site! Click the link below to book your appointment now! Please note that only patients who are rostered under a health care provider at our Bradford site will be able to book appointments through this link.


Last updated: September 27, 2022

Did you know? "An estimated 1,450 Canadian women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2022. An estimated 380 will die from it". A Pap test (also called Pap smear or cervical smear) can help prevent cervical cancer. A pap test is a screening test used to detect abnormal cells in the cervic that could lead to cervical cancer later in life. Cervical cancer is almost 100% preventable with regular pap tests for anyone with a cervix* ages 25-69 who are or have ever been sexually active. We are now offering a limited number of Pap clinics at the Southlake Academic Family Health Team (SAFHT). Click here for more info.


Our Partners
  • Southlake Community OHT
  • Southlake Regional Health Centre
  • Aurora-Newmarket Family Health Team
  • Health for All Family Health Team
  • Family & Community Medicine, University of Toronto
  • Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
  • Heart & Stroke Foundation
  • La Leche League Canada
  • Central Regional Cancer Program
  • Thrombosis Canada
  • Osteoporosis Canada