Due to flooding, the Community Care Clinic is closed to regular operations until further notice. Updates will be posted here.

May 6, 2020: Electricity is back! The clinic will be open for same day booked appointments and phone calls once again. Hours and availability may still vary. The plan is 9:00am to 5:00pm with phone consults in the afternoon (due to the ongoing COVID pandemic).

May 6, 2020: As of this morning power has yet to be restored. However, after a meeting with those involved, there is active progress and a reopening of the clinic will be attempted tomorrow or Friday May 8, 2020.

May 5, 2020: Unfortunately, as of this afternoon, Plaza One remains shut down and the clinic will not be able to reopen as planned this Wednesday. Please continue to call at 1-780-715-8204 between 10am and 4pm to book phone consults for urgent needs. The clinic will be checked daily and reopened as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding.

May 3, 2020: Estimates are a return to pre-flood, post-COVID, services and hours this Wednesday (9:00 to 5:00 pm, same day,  in person booked appointments and telephone consults). Until such time, please contact the clinic at 1-780-715-8204 from 10:00am to 4:00pm.

May 1, 2020: As of Saturday May 2nd, please call 1-780-715-8204 to contact the clinic. The phone will be answered 10:00am to 4:00 pm. At this time, all appointments are by phone unless an in-person visit is deemed necessary at the time of the call (ps. The clinic is dry! Not a drop inside!).

April 30, 2020: Dr. Ravi Seyed-Mahmoud will be a holding a limited clinic this Saturday at the WBPCN from 10-2pm for patients with urgent needs. Appointments will be limited to walk-in. Please be advised that due to the ongoing pandemic, if you have cough, shortness of breath, runny nose, or sore throat you will be asked to leave your phone number, return home, and receive a callback.  Going into next week, a phone solution to contact the clinic is being arranged and should be ready by Friday afternoon.

April 29, 2020: The fax line has now been reconfigured. Prescription refills can once again be sent to 780-715-1700.

April 28, 2020: The CCC building has  been affected. A return to operations immediately once the evacuation order has been lifted is unlikely. Please note, no faxes can be received at this time and medication refills cannot be processed. Please request refills from a prescribing pharmacist or by attending another walk-in-clinic. Please forgive the inconvenience.

At this time, the Community Care Clinic is offering same-day-booked-appointments and telehealth services. Please note, all patients are screened at the time of booking: if you are experiencing any respiratory symptoms, a phone consult will be required prior to any in-person service.


Community Care Clinic is a newly opened walk-in clinic located in down town Fort McMurray. We provide a dedicated walk-in clinic in addition to booked family medicine services. The dedicated walk-in is open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily, Monday through Friday. Longer booked appointments are also available between 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm, Monday through Friday, and occasionally on Saturday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

The walk-in clinic is meant for shorter 10-15 minute appointments. The booked appointments are meant to be longer and are scheduled for 15-30 min.

The Community Care Clinic has been designed to provide maximum accessibility. Both the walk in clinic as well as the family medicine clinic is run by a rotating roster of physicians who fly in from other Canadian cities to provide services. The Community Care Clinic does not roster patients nor does it turn anyone away.



The Medicine Shoppe

Enjoy the convenience of an independently owned and operated Medicine Shoppe located inside. Please note, patient information is not shared between the clinic and pharmacy.


The intent of the Community Care Clinic is to eventually host a rotating roster of physicians from across Canada.


Dr. Ravi Seyed-Mahmoud was born and raised in Lethbridge, Alberta where he completed undergraduate degrees in Psychology and General Management before studying medicine at the University of Alberta. He completed his family medicine residency in Fort McMurray, Alberta.


Dr. Crisp completed medical school in her native Venzuela where she worked rural and completed two years of General Surgery training. After moving to Canada, she accepted a Family Medicine residency in Fort McMurray through the University of Alberta. Before joining the Community Care Clinic as a part time physician, she practiced full scope family medicine in Calgary. She has special interest in Women’s Health as well as Preventive Medicine & Office Procedures.


Interested in locuming? Join the team! The Community Care Clinic encourages short term (1-2 week) locums to interested physicians with valid Alberta CPSA licenses and CMPA coverage. For details, please call 780-715-1314.