The mission of Cedar Street Medical is to serve families through compassionate, collaborative, full service family medicine. Drs Logan, Davis, Miller and Houghton see patients of all ages both in the office and during hospital admissions. Dr. Logan, Dr. Davis also do low risk obstetrics as part of the Campbell River Maternity Clinic. We do not provide walk in services but have many same day appointments available for the convenience of our patients.
We are excited to explore the development of a Primary care Home at Cedar Street Medical. For more information on what a primary care home is click on the link below or check out our Resources page.
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)- Post #2 (see below for post #1)
We have been pleased to be able to continue to serve our patients via telephone and video visits while heeding the provincial guideline to only provide in person care for emergent situations. Thank you to all of our patients for adapting to this new process with us.
We do have the capacity to provide video visits. To do this you need to have a my health access account for online booking. (see the above tab to set one up). When you book online or in person you need to indicate that you want a "virtual" appointment. Once this is done you will get an email. The email will likely look something like the picture below. Just before your scheduled appointment time you need to click on the "join now" box. Your doctor will then call you via video. We are still ironing out some kinks with this process and appreciate your grace and patience as we sort this out.
There is lots of new language floating around during this pandemic. Social/physical distancing, self-isolation, quarantine, isolation etc. It is so easy to get these all mixed up. To help clarify there are several handouts linked below. Be sure to read the introductory text to see in which situations each action would apply.
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) We have resisted posting much about the Novel Coronovirus as we have not wanted to incite un-needed anxiety or angst. We still don't want to incite any un-needed anxiety but we do need to be cautious and prepared in this time of pandemic (as declared by the WHO). We need to take the direction of our local health authorities and public health offices seriously. We will link below several sites with good, reliable up to date information on the state of the coronovirus and local recommendations. What we ask of you is: 1- Wash your hands - seriously - wash them - all the time. 2- If you are sick (but coping) stay home. Stay home from everything possible. Employers have been asked not to request sick notes. If your employer is not following this request and you are feeling pressure to come to the office for a sick note please call us. 3- If you are life threateningly sick go to the emergency department. (this is not a new recommendation) 4- If you have a fever, new cough or difficulty breathing please CALL and talk with one of our front office staff BEFORE coming to the clinic. We may want to have a physician speak with you on the phone before we book you an appointment. Please do not use online booking for these appointments, or if you do call before coming to the office as well as booking online. 5- Follow recommendations from the BCCDC, Public Health and the Public Health Officer (see links below) - This includes social distancing when possible. 6- Please be gracious with the health care system, and with us as we all do our best to manage a difficult situation. Please understand that things may take longer than previously, that you may be asked to make some concessions in other areas of your health care in order to support our response to this pandemic.
May 16, 2019 The early part of 2019 has brought several transitions for us here at Cedar Street Medical. Dr. Dry transitioned her practice to a different clinic. We welcomed Dr. Houghton as she finished up her training and is now starting her family practice. We are so pleased to work alongside Dr. Houghton. She is accepting new patients into her full service family practice.