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Find a Clinic

Centres of Excellence

Find a clinic near you specializing in IUC insertions by clicking on your province.

Use the contact information provided to set up an appointment.

These clinics offer:

  • Expert IUC insertion team
  • Shortened wait times
  • Accept self-referrals*
  • Training centre
  • Committed to quality of care
  • Access to emergency contraception IUD

*Clinics that do not accept self-referrals are indicated.

 

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Airdrie

Calgary

Edmonton

Grand Prairie

Sherwood Park

Spruce Grove

Abbotsford

Kelowna

  • Dr. Rene Vorster


    202-285 Aurora Cres.
    V1X 7N6
    Phone: 250 765 7756
    Fax: 250 765 9015
  • Okanagan Womens Clinic


    114-1920 Summit Dr
    V1V 3E9
    Phone: 778 484 5166
    Fax: 250 712 4968

Langley

Nanaimo

Nelson

Surrey

Vancouver

Victoria

Dauphin

Winnipeg

Fredericton

Moncton

St John’s

Yellowknife

Wolfville

Barrie

Etobicoke

Hamilton

Kingston

  • Kingston Contraception Clinic


    76 Stuart Street
    K7L 2V7
    Phone: 613-542-9473
    Fax: 613-533-6779
    Referral from a physician or NP required

Kitchener

London

  • Middlesex London Birth Control Clinic - London


    50 King Street
    N6A 5L7
    Phone: 519-663-5446
    Fax: 519-663-8273
    Website: http://www.healthunit.com

Markham

  • Dr. Felice Lackman


    Unit #3, 106 Cornell Park Ave
    L6B 1B6
    Phone: 905 471 1945
    Fax: 905 471 6315
  • Dr. Yoav Brill


    379 Markham Rd. Unit 112A
    L6B0T1
    Phone: 905 554 0383
    Fax: 905 554 0386

Newmarket

  • Dr. Kristina Dervaitis at the IUC Clinic


    309-712 Davis Dr
    L3Y 8C3
    Phone: 905-953-1900
    Fax: 905-953-0840

Oakville

Orleans

Oshawa

Ottawa

Pickering

  • Dr. Janice Ruggles


    1885 Glenanna Rd Suite 219
    L1V 6R6
    Phone: 905 420 2556
    Fax: 905 420 3996

Scarborough

Strathroy

  • Middlesex London Birth Control Clinic - Strathroy


    51 Front St. E.
    N7G 1Y5
    Phone: 519-663-5446
    Fax: 519-663-8273
    Website: http://www.healthunit.com

Thunder Bay

Toronto

Welland

  • Kundi Family Medicine Centre


    5 Plymouth Rd
    L3B 3C4
    Phone: 905 735 1121
    Fax: 905 735 5283

Whitby

  • Dr. Rotimi Akingbola


    305 Dundas St West
    L1N 8M7
    Phone: 905 668 5560
    Fax: 905 668 5561

Windsor

  • South Windsor Womens Health


    201-3850 Dougall Ave
    N9G 1X2
    Phone: 519-253-6033
    Fax: 519-253-6033
    Referral from a physician or NP required

Charlottetown

Summerside

Gatineau

Magog

  • Clinique Medicale Du Lac - Dr. Eric Soubiran


    2377 Rue Principale Ouest Suite 200
    J1X 0N4
    Phone: 819 843 3353
    Fax: 819 843 7217
    Referral from a physician or NP required

Montréal

  • 1851 Clinique Medicale


    1851 rue Sherbrooke Est, bureau 101

    Phone:
  • Clinique L'Envolee


    5025 rue de Salaberry
    H4J 1J1
    Phone: 514 331 2323
    Fax: 514 333 8534
    Website: http://www.cliniquelenvolee.com/
    Referral from a physician or NP required
  • Clinique de planification familiale - CLSC des Faubourgs


    66 St Catherine St E
    H2X 1K6
    Phone: 514 527 2361 poste 3674
    Email: cpf.ccsmtl@ssss.gouv.qc.ca
  • Clinique Medicale Elna Decarie


    6900 Decarie Blvd
    H3W 2T8
    Phone: 514 373 3562
    Fax: 514 373 6071
    Website: http://elnamedical.com/
    Email: Elna@elnamedical.com
    Facebook: @elnamedical
    Referral from a physician or NP required

Quebec City

Saint-Hyacinthe

  • Centre de consultation des femmes - Hopital Honnore-Mercier


    2750 boulevard Laframboise
    J2S 4Y8
    Phone: 450 771 3333 ext 4214
    Fax: 450 771 3403
    Referral from a physician or NP required

Trois-Rivières

  • Centre de santé des femmes de la Mauricie


    889, rue du Haut-Boc
    G9A 4W7
    Phone: 819 378 1661
    Website: http://www.csfmauricie.ca
    Referral from a physician or NP required

Regina

Saskatoon

Whitehorse

  • Yukon Sexual Health Centre


    406 Lambert St
    Y1A 1Z7
    Phone: 867 393 6635
    Fax: 867 393 6618
    Facebook: @YSHCwhitehorse
    Referral from a physician or NP required

IUD. IUS. IUC. What’s the difference?

IUD. IUS. IUC. What’s the difference?

IUC stands for intrauterine contraception. It describes any device placed in the uterus to help prevent pregnancy – i.e., an IUD or IUS.

IUD stands for intrauterine device. It describes a t-shaped device with copper and no hormones, that is placed in the uterus as a long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC).

IUS stands for intrauterine system. It describes a t-shaped plastic device that steadily releases small amounts of hormone in the uterus as a long-acting, reversible contraceptive (LARC).

About Us

About Us

OUR MISSION

To identify and develop a network of Rapid Access IUC Centres of Excellence across Canada for quality care, collaboration and improved access to intrauterine contraception (IUC).

OUR TEAM

RAICE is a service that grew out of a need identified by the CNIC, or the Canadian Network for Intrauterine Contraception. Established in 2015, the CNIC consists of 8 Canadian experts in IUC who are committed to helping people access their optimal contraception method so that they can define and meet their reproductive goals.

Helpful Links for More Information on Contraception

 


birthcontrolforme.ca

A site dedicated to helping you explore your contraception options.

sexandu.ca

Created by the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada for straight talk about birth control and sexual health.

cpha.ca

Canadian Public Health Association (non-governmental) addresses public health in general, including birth control and sexual health.

your-life.com

International site for information on contraception and sexual health.

srhweek.ca

Created by Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights, with information on contraception, sexual health and getting the most out of your relationship with your health care provider.

whatsnextforme.ca

Guide to Emergency Contraception in Ontario

emergencyiud.com

Guide to Emergency Contraception in British Columbia

optionsforsexualhealth.org

Providing access to sexual and reproductive health services throughout the province of British Columbia

actioncanadashr.org

Providing news and resources about Sexual Health and Rights

Acknowledgment

The RAICE project was initiated and developed by Canadian Network for Intra-uterine Contraception (CNIC), which is an expert working group of health care professionals active in the field of intrauterine contraception. The clinics listed on this website are self-identified as Centres of Excellence. While the criteria are developed by CNIC, the clinics independently certify that these criteria are met. The RAICE project was supported by Bayer Inc. through the provision of an unrestricted educational grant to the University of Victoria. Bayer Inc. is not responsible for any content and associated materials or products developed by RAICE or by CNIC.

University of Victoria is not responsible for any content and associated materials or products developed by CNIC.