Woodbridge Kids Clinic

Dr Yoon

We would like to announce that Dr Yeung-Seu Yoon is joining our practice. He has been helping while Dr Kalwani is on maternity leave and will be accepting new patients. He trained at University of Toronto school of medicine and the hospital for sick children with Dr Cannitelli. He continues to work and teach at sick kids and helps with the covid vaccine roll out. We welcome him to our practice.

Virtual visits Sick Kids

The Hospital for Sick Children is now offering virtual visits for children who are ill if appropriate. Here is the link: https://www.sickkids.ca/en/emergency/virtual-urgent-care/

Tick bites

Last summer we had a few children with tick bites. This year it seems more common and we have had some ticks positive for Lyme disease.

To prevent – be careful in forest and trail areas. Use natural insect repellants and look for any suspicious black marks in the skin or hair. If you look closely you will see the tick.

If you see a tick- you can try to remove it with tweezers or come in and we will do it. You want to keep the tick and bring it to us so that we can send it for testing to see if the tick carries the Lyme disease bacteria. We treat with one dose of an antibiotic but this should be done within 72 hours to prevent Lyme.

Gypsy moth rash

We have been seeing a lot of this lately. The caterpillar stage of this moth can cause an allergic type reaction. This can occur after touching the caterpillar directly or even touching a surface where the caterpillar was recently. The rash can look like little bites but there is no entry point like a bite. The spots can be different sizes. Use a little cortisone cream on the spots and Benadryl for itch. Aside from being a little itchy the rash is not a concern.


While Dr. Kalwani is away on maternity leave, Dr. Cannitelli and Dr. Yoon will be covering all patients. Dr. Kalwani is able to provide virtual visits at this time if requested. We welcome Dr. Yoon who trained at the University of Toronto and Hospital for Sick Children.

We will be focusing on keeping children up to date with their immunizations, sick visits and any concerns over the winter months.

New ‘Parent Attestation Form for Return to School and Childcare’

What to expect when visiting the doctor

Flu shots now available

Please email our office to book an appointment. As we are overwhelmed with phone calls, it will be a much easier and organized way to get everyone in quickly and safely. We have set aside specific times during the day to allow this so please be patient with us as we return all emails. Please email: info.kidsclinic@gmail.com

Oct-1-2020 Important Ministry of Health Update

Attached below is the new COVID-19 screening tool for school and daycare.

Back to School and Daycare Self Attestation Note

The Pediatrics Section of the Ontario Medical Association has recommended that parents use this self attestation form for their children in place of doctor’s notes. A copy can be downloaded below: