Windsor Malden Medicentres

Windsor Malden Medicentres Family Health Care Clinic

5881 Malden Road
Windsor, Ontario N9H 1S5
Clinic Hours


Tuesday 9AM – 2PM
Wednesday 9AM – 2PM
Thursday 9AM – 2PM
Saturday CLOSED




Phone: 519.966.3411
Fax: 519.966.8961

Windsor Malden Medicentres prides itself on integrity, accountability, respect, excellence and putting our patients first. Medicentres believes in helping people feel better through quality family healthcare available to everyone. Our location offers services on a walk in and appointment basis.

How To Find Us
Our clinic is located in a Rexall Drug Store. Our location is accessible by vehicle and bus. Parking is available.

Frequently Asked Questions

We know your health can sometimes be confusing that is why we are here to help.

See some of your frequently asked questions listed below.

Do you take appointments as well as walk-ins?
Yes! While it’s true there is no appointment necessary in many cases, many of our doctors specialize in family medicine as well as episodic care. If you are in need of a family doctor, please let us know and we can find one to best suit you.
Typically, how long is the wait?
Wait times can vary from day to day, hour to hour.  We now post our estimated wait times online and they are updated every 15 minutes. You can also check the clinic hours for the day, along with the doctor schedules. Click here to see current wait times.
The doctor sent me for tests, what happens now?
Once you’ve had the tests completed, in most cases it can take between 2-5 business days to receive your results. In certain cases, tests may take longer than a week. If the doctor feels you need to return to the clinic for a follow up, you will receive a phone call. If, after reviewing your tests, the doctor concludes there is no need for you to return to the clinic, you will NOT receive a call. If you are still experiencing symptoms or are curious about your results, please call us to book a follow up appointment with your doctor.
What is an annual physical and why do I need one?
An annual physical is a complete physical exam that can include bloodwork, checking your height, weight and blood pressure. For women, a pap test may be done, and for men of a certain age, a prostate exam. Yearly checkups are an important part of preventative care, especially for people with certain risk factors. If you have questions about risk factors or your health, please ask your doctor.
All I need is my prescription refilled. Do I need to wait?
Most physicians would like you to come in for refills so that they can ensure the medication is working properly and to do any necessary testing to see if any changes need to be made.