Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

MS Clinics

There are specialized MS clinics across the country; collectively they make up the Canadian Network of MS Clinics. Clinic resources vary but most offer a wide range of services, delivered by a multi-disciplinary health care team. These services may include:

  • Expert diagnostic and treatment services for people with MS
  • Clinical research, especially in the area of MS treatment options
  • Educational and support programs for people with MS and their families and caregivers

To learn more about the MS clinic in your area and the services it provides, contact the clinic directly. Read our MS clinic frequently asked questions here. Please click on your region below to find a clinic near you.


Multiple Sclerosis Clinic
Foothills Hospital
AC137A, SSB, 1403 – 29 ST NW
Calgary, Alberta T2N 2T9
Ph: 403-944-4253
Fx: 403-270-7162
Multiple Sclerosis Clinic
South Health Campus
4448 Front Street SE
Calgary, Alberta T3M 1M4
Ph: 403-956-3429
Fx: 403-956-3480
Kaye Clinic 
4D.101z Edmonton Clinic
11400 University Ave
Edmonton AB, T6G 1Z1
Ph: 780-407-5515
Fx: 780-407-1507
Multiple Sclerosis Clinic
Red Deer Regional Hospital
Bag 3050
3942 50A Ave
Red Deer, Alberta T4N 6R2
Ph: 403-406-5506
Fx: 403-343-4531

British Columbia

Fraser Health Multiple Sclerosis Clinic
Burnaby Hospital
3935 Kincaid Street
Burnaby, British Columbia V5G 2X6
Ph: 604-434-4211
UBC Hospital Multiple Sclerosis Clinic
Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health
2215 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3
Ph. 604-822-7131
Fx. 604-822-7362
Satellite Clinic of UBC
Kelowna General Hospital
2268 Pandosy Street
Kelowna, British Columbia V1Y 1T2
Ph: 250-862-4071
Fx: 250-862-4226
Vancouver Island MS Clinic
Royal Jubilee Hospital
1952 Bay Street
Victoria, British Columbia V8R 1J8
Ph: 250-370-8398
Fx: 250-519-1834
Satellite Clinic of UBC
MS Clinic Prince George
Regional Hospital
2000 15th Ave
Prince George, British Columbia V2M 1S0
Ph: 250-565-2304
Fx: 250-565-2662


Multiple Sclerosis Clinic
Ambulatory Care Clinic, Level 1, 700 Elgin Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3E 1B2
Ph: 204-787-5111
Fax: 204-940-2157

New Brunswick

Horizon Health Network Multiple Sclerosis Clinic
Saint John Regional Hospital (5DN)
400 University Avenue, PO Box 2100
Saint John, NB E2L 4L2
Ph: 506-649-2718

Fx: 506-648-6874

The Moncton Hospital, Clinic A-Ambulatory Care
135 MacBeath Avenue
Moncton, NB E1C 6Z8
Ph: 506-857-5046
Fx: 506-857-5464


MS Clinic, Division of Neurology
Health Sciences Centre
2577-300 Prince Phillip Drive
St. John’s NL, A1B 3W6
Ph: 709-777-7075 or 1-800-563-0495

Fx: 709-777-6656

Nova Scotia

Dalhousie MS Research Unit
Nova Scotia Rehabilitation Centre

1341 Summer Street
Halifax, NS B3H 4K4
Ph: 902-473-5734

Fx: 902-425-1512
Neurology Clinic Coordinator
Cape Breton Regional Hospital
1482 George Street
Sydney, NS B1P 1P3
Ph: 902-567-7930

Fx: 902-567-7937



Multiple Sclerosis Clinic, Hamilton General Hospital
237 Barton Street East
1 East, Neurosciences Ambulatory Centre
Hamilton, Ontario L8L 2X2
Ph: (905) 521-2100 EXT. 44667
Fax: (905) 577-1455

Thunder Bay MS Clinic
St. Joseph’s Care Group
35 N. Algoma St.
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5G7
Ph: (807) 343-2431 ext. 2560
Kingston MS Clinic
Kingston General Hospital
76 Stuart St., Connell 7
Kingston, ON K7L 2V7
Ph: (613) 548-2308

BARLO MS Centre – 16th Floor PGT
St. Michael’s Hospital
30 Bond Street
Toronto, ON M5B 1W8
Ph: (416) 864-5333

London MS Clinic 
London Health Sciences Centre
University Campus
339 Windermere Rd.
Level 1 (Main Floor) Zone B Room B1-300
London, ON N6A 5A5
Ph: (519) 663-3697
Pediatric MS Clinic
The Hospital for Sick Children, Dept. of Neurology
555 University Ave.
Toronto, ON M5G 1X8
Ph: (416) 813-7383
**Patients must be under 18 years of age.

MS Research Clinic
Ottawa Hospital General Campus
Room 6310, 501 Smyth Rd
Ottawa, ON K1H 8L6
Ph: (613) 737-8532

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
2075 Bayview Ave.
A-wing, 4th floor, Rm A4 02
Toronto, ON., M4N 3M5
Ph: (416) 480-4114
Fx: (416) 480-4199
Pediatric MS Clinic
Clinic C9
Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario
401 Smyth Road
Ottawa, ON K1H 8L1
Ph: (613) 737-7600 x 2159
MS Clinic
Guelph, ON, N1H 4J4
Ph:(519) 821-4421
Fax:(519) 821-3341
Muskoka Central Ontario MS Clinic
345 Ecclestone Drive
Bracebridge, ON P1L 1R1
Ph: (705) 640-0050
Fax: (705) 640-0274


Clinique médicale Accès-Santé
8, rue du Terminus Est (2eme étage)
Rouyn-Noranda (Québec) J9X 3B4
Téléphone : 819 762-2130
CSSS Rimouski-Neigette
Clinique de SP en neurologie
150 avenue Rouleau, local B2015
Rimouski QC G5L 5T1
Infirmière coordonnatrice : Sabrina Charest
Téléphone : 418 724-3000, poste 8433
Clinique de SP du CSSS de Rivière-du-Loup
75, St-Henri
Rivière-du-Loup QC G5R 2A4
Téléphone : 418 868-1010, poste 2998
Télécopieur : 418 868-3336
Clinique de SP du Centre de réadaptation en déficience physique Chaudière-Appalaches
9500, boul. du Centre Hospitalier
Charny QC G6X 0A1
Téléphone : 418 380-2064, poste 6810
Télécopieur : 418 380-2095
Clinique de SP du Centre hospitalier universitaire de Sherbrooke
Site Fleurimont - Service de neurologie
3001, 12e Avenue Nord
Fleurimont QC J1H 5N4
Téléphone : 819 346-1110, poste 14078
Télécopieur : 819 822-6776
Courriel :
Clinique de SP de l’Hôpital Pierre-Le Gardeur
911, Montée des Pionniers
Terrebonne QC J6V 2H2
Téléphone : 450-654-7525 poste 31284
Télécopieur : 450-470-2590
Clinique de SP du Centre hospitalier régional de Lanaudière
1000, boul. Ste-Anne
Saint-Charles Borromée QC J6E 6J2
Téléphone : 450 759-8222, poste 2900
Télécopieur : 450 759-5308
Clinique de SP de l’Hôpital régional de St-Jérôme
290, rue Montigny, 4e étage
St-Jérôme QC J7Z 5T3
Téléphone : 450 431-8495
Télécopieur : 450-431-8513
Clinique Science Neuro Laval
1800 boulevard Le Corbusier, bureau 101
Laval, QC H7S 2K1
Téléphone: 450-686-0100
Télécopieur: 450-686-0252
Clinique de SP du CIUSSS MCQ
1991, boul. du Carmel
Trois-Rivières QC G8Z 3R9
Directeur : Dr Stéphane Charest, neurologue
Infirmière coordonnatrice : Josée Vigneault
Téléphone : 819 697-3333, poste 68022
Télécopieur : 819 378-9723
Courriel :
Clinique Neuro Rive-Sud (Montérégie)*
4896, boul. Taschereau, bureau 250
Greenfield Park QC J4V 2J2
Téléphone : 450 672-1931
Télécopieur : 450 672-3308
Hôpital St-Jean-sur-Richelieu,
Clinique externe
920 boul du Séminaire Nord
St-Jean-sur Richelieu QC J3A 1B7
Téléphone : 450 359-5000, poste 2371
Télécopieur : 450 359-5161
Courriel :
Clinique de SP du CR CHUM
900 rue St-Denis pavillon R
Porte 04-766
Montréal (Québec) H2X 0A9
Téléphone : 514 890-8212
Télécopieur : 514 412-7916
Clinique de SP de l'Institut et Hôpital neurologiques de Montréal
3801, rue University, local 267
Montréal QC H3A 2B4
Téléphone : 514 398-1931
Télécopieur : 514 398-7454
Centre de soins ambulatoires
5415, boul. de l'Assomption, 1er étage
Montréal QC H1T 2M4
Téléphone : 514 252-3400, poste 4280
Télécopieur : 514 252-3511
Clinique externe de neurologie
C5035-5400, boul. Gouin Ouest
Montréal QC H4J 1C5
Téléphone : 514 338-2222, poste 7245
Télécopieur : 514 338-2265
Hôpital général juif
Clinique de neurologie
3755, chemin Côte Ste-Catherine, E-005
Montréal QC H3T 1E2
Téléphone : 514 340-8222, poste 4296
Télécopieur : 514 340-7567
Clinique de neuropédiatrie de l’Hôpital de Montréal pour enfants
Site Glen
1001, boulevard Décarie, bureau B05.2916.1
Montréal QC H4A 3J1
Téléphone : 514 412-4466
Télécopieur : 514 412-4373
Clinique Angus
(Pavillon Sherbrooke E)
2815 Sherbrooke Est, suite 301
Montréal, QC H2K 1H2
Téléphone: 514 447-8047
Télécopieur: 514 409-8264
Clinique de SP (Nord de l'Île de Mtl/Laval)
1605, boul. Marcel-Laurin, bureau 295
Montréal QC H4R 0B7
Téléphone : 514 331-7884
Télécopieur : 514 331-8005
Clinique Neuro-Outaouais
147, boul. d’Europe, bureau 200
Gatineau QC J9J 0A5
Téléphone : 819 777-2500
Télécopieur : 819 777-2502
Clinique de SP de l’Institut de réadaptation en déficience physique de Québec
525, boul. Hamel, bureau D-115.51
Québec QC G1M 2S8
Téléphone : 418 529-9141, poste 6250
Télécopieur : 418 529-3289
Clinique de SEP de Charlevoix
88, rue Racine
Baie-St-Paul (Québec) G3Z 0K3
Neurologue : Dre Annie Dionne
Infirmière : Karine Guay
Téléphone : 418 435-9449
Télécopieur : 418 435-9594
Courriel :
Clinique neuro spécialisée
de l’Hôpital de Chicoutimi
305, rue St-Vallier, C.P. 58
Chicoutimi QC G7H 5H6
Téléphone : 418 541-1000, poste 2667
Télécopieur : 418 541-1167


Saskatoon City Hospital
Room 7717 – 7th Floor
701 Queen St
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 0M7
Ph: 306-655-7742
Fx: 306-667-3990

MS Clinics: FAQs

What is an MS clinic and what is the range of services one can access there?

The MS Clinics are medical clinics specialized in the diagnosis and management of multiple sclerosis. These clinics are staffed by doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals who have specialized training and/ or skills needed for optimal MS care. To be recognized by the MS Society, the MS Clinics need to show evidence of a multidisciplinary approach. They have access to a number of health services such as psychiatry, occupational and physical therapy, and social work to name a few. Sometimes these services offer treatment, or sometimes they offer assessment and recommendations for follow-up with a local health care professional.

How long is the wait to visit an MS clinic?

The length of time it takes to be referred to a specialist within our public health care system can be a lengthy process all across Canada. Specialist referral wait times may vary based on factors, such as the number of urgent cases that require immediate assistance and individual circumstances.

What is the value in seeking out services at an MS clinic?

The MS Clinics can offer assessment and recommendations for management that reflect best practice principles along a spectrum of multidisciplinary specialties. In addition, for people interested in participating in research, the Canadian MS Clinics are the place where the majority of clinical research done in Canada is carried out.

How often should a person visit an MS clinic?

Generally visits are scheduled every year to 18 months, resources permitting. Sometimes more frequent visits are planned as, for example in the case of assessing medication or other medical intervention, management of an attack (also called an exacerbation).

In many cases however, the MS Clinic can offer advice to the family doctor or community neurologist on managing these issues once they have done a baseline assessment.

How does a person get a referral to a clinic? What types of medical professionals can make referrals to an MS clinic?

Most commonly, referral to an MS clinic may be done by either a family physician or a community neurologist. A referral must be made by a physician. In the referral process, arrangements are made to send your medical information to the MS Clinic.

What can I expect when I visit an MS Clinic?

This depends on what the visit is for. If it is a first visit, it will be focused on diagnosing, or confirming an existing diagnosis. Usually patients to the clinic will see a nurse who will screen for any special needs that may be present, and who will also try to determine any educational or information needs that may be addressed. When seeing the physician, a thorough history and neurological exam will be conducted, as well as a review of the history as documented by the referring physician. In some cases, more tests may be needed to confirm diagnosis or to evaluate a finding. In some cases the patient will be asked to sign a release so that the Clinic may obtain missing information.

Most of the Canadian MS Clinics are located in hospitals, many of which are teaching institutions. Medical students and/or residents may also be involved with patient visits.

At follow up visits, special attention is given to any changes since the last visit and assessment includes consideration of any interventions that may be helpful.

What happens next once the visit is over? Who gets the results of the visit sent to them?

Once the visit is over, a summary of the visit is sent back to the referring physician. This summary will include any recommendations for changes or additions, or may even request that referring doctor arrange for follow up testing of one sort or another in the event that more information is needed to complete the assessment. Clinic staff continue to be available to support you with additional information and/or support you may require.

Do I have the right to request copies of all my test results? What should I do with this information?

The short answer is yes, but depending on the institution, you may be asked to sign a release form. Test results are typically returned to the referring physician, and may also be copied to the family physician and /or community neurologist.

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