The Health & Safety of everyone is important to us. With that in mind, please note that due to the current Covid-19 outbreak, we will only be seeing patients via Phone appointments on limited hours Monday to Friday, until further notice. If you would like to schedule one of these phone visits, move or change an existing appointment, please dial 1-833-962-5359, select option 1 and leave a message. Patients will not be able to access any of our locations during this time.

We will do our best to return messages, however there will be some delays. Messages will be returned on a priority basis only.

If you are looking for a prescription refill, please have your pharmacy fax us this request at 1-888-825-1505. Please note that this is taking longer than anticipated to complete these requests due to a reduced number of staff working at the clinic.

Sincerely The Wharton Medical Clinic Team

About Our Clinic

The clinic’s goal is to improve health, by treating obesity and diabetes and decreasing cardiovascular risk factors, such as high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

By improving the knowledge base of patients we assist in enabling them to implement strategies to better deal with their chronic conditions.

The Wharton Medical Clinic will assess and treat patients with obesity and diabetes. A multi-disciplined team will use methods that are proven through evidence based medicine and approved by the Canadian Practice Guidelines for Obesity, and the Canadian Diabetes Association Guidelines.

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Brain-Heart Clinic

People with serious mental illness die at least 10–15 years earlier than the general population. The majority of these deaths are not related to suicide but to cardiovascular disease (CVD), which occur at rates that are two to three times higher than in the general population. This may be because many of the modifiable risk factors associated with CVD, such as smoking, obesity, poor diet, diabetes, lipid problems and lack of exercise are highly prevalent among this population. Certain medications used to treat mental illness can also increase this risk.

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