Fee Schedule

At this time, since the Ontario government does not recognize the need for adequate access, we will now need to charge a fee of $75 to cover the costs of the consultation. Read more below.

Consultation

No Referral Needed
$75
  • The doctor can review vital signs, symptoms, current medications, notes from specialists and can provide acute, chronic and routine care. Services are available for both men and women.

Follow Up

Follow up appointments
$37.50
  • Our telemedicine practitioner will be able to review results with the patient and can recommend further treatment or care (if necessary).

Medical Note

Need a Doctor's note?
$50
  • Receive a medical doctors note. It’s safe, easy and seamless.

Further Medical Note

Need an additional note?
$40
  • Receive a medical doctors note. It’s safe, easy and seamless.

Employee/ Insurance Forms:

Employee/ Insurance Forms: Please email the forms to Info@LyteClinic.com. They will be reviewed prior to quoting a fee.

The Ontario Government has stopped the Virtual Care Program as of December 1st, 2022.

Lyte Medical started seeing patients virtually in 2018 and has been involved in caring for over 15,000 patients.

We hear stories from patients every day of not being able to reach their family doctor, or that they don’t have a family doctor at all. We have built relationships and connections with patients that truly mean a lot to us. We care about our patients and their well-being.

Currently, there are 5-6 million Canadians without a family doctor. These are patients that are suffering each day because of the lack of access to a practitioner. If you’re reading this, you’re probably in the same position as well.

At this time, since the Ontario government does not recognize the need for adequate access, we’ll need to charge a fee of $75 to cover the costs of the consultation.

There are a few ways you can have the fee reimbursed or partially covered.

1. Check in with your Health Spending Account through your employer. They often cover medical expenses such as these. Similar to when they cover massage therapy, orthotics, and optometry services.

2. At the end of the year when you are filing your taxes, this can be added as a medical expense. Check in with your accountant to see what you’ll need to provide to them.

Our practitioners and staff care for the well-being of all Canadians and we are here to bridge the gap for you.