Lancaster Medical Clinic

As of Friday March 29th 2024, Lancaster Medical Clinic with be permanently closed.

Due to the retirement of Dr. Webber and the closure of Dr Chow’s practice, we have had to make this very difficult decision. Drs. Jessica Strike and Vanessa Murley will be moving locations to join our colleagues at the Riverside Court Medical Clinic. They will bring their patients with them; no action is required on their part.
Fortunately, Drs. Gail Webber and Tiffany Chow have provided their patients with the option of a new family physician. If you have not received notice of this by email or mail, please contact the clinic as soon as possible. There are further actions you must take to become accepted by your new family doctor.  

At the Lancaster Medical Clinic we are a group of 4 Family Physicians that all deliver babies at The Ottawa Hospital, General Campus.

We practice full scope Family Medicine, and we love following families and caring for them.  Our team of Physicians, Nurses, and Medical Office Assistants are dedicated to providing good quality medical care with kindness and compassion.

Hours of Operation

Standard clinic hours
  • Monday-Thursday: 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
  • Friday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Urgent care hours

If you need to be seen for urgent care on Saturdays when Lancaster Medical Clinic is closed, please call Riverside Court Medical Clinic at 613 739-3700 to schedule an appointment.

Booking Procedure

Patients of Dr. Murley can now book online using this link: https://ocean.cognisantmd.com/online-booking/2bba43f5-4853-48d8-b5c6-7e005799c449

Requests for other appointments are only accepted via telephone. Please call between the hours of 9:00 AM and 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 7:30 PM Monday to Friday to book an appointment. At the current time, we will not accept appointment requests via email.

In person visits will require adherence to current pandemic guidelines:

We will not be able to provide letters or documentation stating you or your child is COVID-19 free.  Only testing for COVID-19 can confirm this.