Opening of new LGL health unit delivery site in Kemptville delayed

Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit

The anticipated opening of the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit’s new delivery site within the Kemptville Campus is facing an unforeseen delay in its renovations. As a result, the scheduled public debut slated for Nov. 29 is deferred, awaiting confirmation of a new inauguration date.

Officials at the Health Unit assure the public of their commitment to minimize service disruption despite the setback.

While awaiting the site’s readiness, temporary access points for Public Health Services in Kemptville and its surrounding areas have been identified:

  • Sexual Health Clinics: Individuals seeking services are urged to schedule appointments by dialing 1-800-660-5853. For alternative clinic locations, comprehensive information can be found at the Sexual Health Clinic – Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit website.
  • Immunization Clinics: To facilitate immunization services, residents can make appointments via the online booking system or by contacting 1-800-660-5853.
  • Infant Feeding Clinics: Clients in need of Infant Feeding appointments are encouraged to reach out by calling 1-800-660-5853 ext. 2467. Further details regarding these appointments can be accessed through the Health Unit’s official website.
  • Preschool Speech and Language Services: Access to these vital services is available by appointment. Individuals are advised to contact their respective Speech Language Pathologist or Communications Disorders Assistant. Additionally, appointments can be made by calling 1-888-503-8885. Virtual consultations may be accommodated, and alternative locations may be utilized for in-person sessions. In Kemptville, in-person visits will resume upon the announcement of the new opening date.

To obtain an exhaustive listing of all public health services, interested parties are encouraged to explore the Health Unit’s official website at or reach out directly via phone at 613-258-5941 or 1-800-660-5853. Noteworthy updates on public health matters are also disseminated through social media platforms such as Facebook (@LGLHealthunit), Twitter (formerly @LGLHealthunit), and Instagram (@lglhealthunit.z).

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