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Rapid Access Clinics


Get Skin help -Our Canadian doctors can help with your skin condition or examine skin lesions for the threat of skin cancer. Covered by Canadian health cards Visit

MapleSpeak with a Canadian-licensed dermatologist in 24 hours or less through your smartphone, tablet, or computer — no referral needed. Through Maple, dermatologists can provide advice, diagnoses, and prescriptions in Ontario, Quebec, British Columbia, Alberta, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Nunavut. Visits are not covered by provincial health insurance. Visit


Calgary -Calgary Plastic Surgery Centre, Rapid Access Clinic
Calgary – Rejuvenation
Calgary – Rapid Access Clinic –
Edmonton –  Rejuvenation


Canadian Plastic Surgery Centre – OHIP covered – Rapid Access Skin Centre is a service offered through the Canadian Plastic Surgery Centre aimed to reduce wait times for surgical management of skin cancers.

Advant Derm – Toronto – AvantDerm dedicates 8 AM to 11 AM every weekday to our Rapid Access Clinic. If you have a referral and single skin issue you are welcome to walk in and see a board-certified specialist that same day.

Derm Cafe  Canada’s Digital Dermatology Clinic: Connect with a Board-Certified Dermatologist via your electronic device in less than one week. OHIP/MSP/AHCIP/Morcare-covered and UHIP-accepted virtual (video/audio) visits. Get a Referral from our DermCafé Family Doctors today, then see a Dermatologist in less than one week. Prescriptions delivered for free to your doorstep.

Get Skin help – OHIP covered. Schedule OHIP-covered virtual appointments with a skin specialist who will help you with your skin cancer concerns, acne, psoriasis, melasma, and other skin conditions within 24 to 72 hours.


La télédermatologie disponible dans toutes les régions du Québec dès le 4 juillet

On July 4th, 2022, teledermatology will be offered to all patients in Quebec province. If a GP judges that his/her patient has a problem that is worthy of observation by a dermatologist, the GP could take pictures and submit them confidently to a dermatologist, who will send a response to the GP within 14 days.

Mole Mapping Clinics

Mole mapping (also referred to as dermoscopy) is a screening service designed to detect malignant melanoma at the earliest possible stage. Mole mapping is a computerized photo mapping system that detects and photographs moles quickly and effectively, whilst also tracking any changes. As a result, moles can be compared overtime from the first initial visit to identify new moles or possible evolutions of existing moles.

How to Detect Melanoma

When spotted early, melanoma has a cure rate of 85%. Learn to spot the ABCDE’s of melanoma.

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Free Melanoma Support

The Melanoma Canada has a number of free services for patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals.