About Us

Main Street Medical Clinic is a family medicine clinic in Springdale, NL. We offer an integrated delivery model and use technology to help us provide accessible, timely, and convenient patient care. You can:

  • book and confirm appointments online – 24/7
  • communicate with your doctor electronically
  • see your own family doctor with minimal wait times

Mission Statement

Main Street Medical Clinic, operated by Dr. Todd Young, is committed to providing compassionate, patient-centered, high quality care to all patients across the lifespan; birth until death.  Through efficient use of office personnel and technology, we offer accessible, professional, evidence-based care in a comfortable atmosphere.

How to Become a Patient

Due to the high number of current applications we are not accepting new applications at this time. Please check back regularly, or stay tuned to our Facebook page at facebook.com/mainstreetclinic for regular updates.

We are however accepting appointments for Specialized Services such as Marine Medical, Travel Health Clinic, Aviation Medical and more.

To find out more, please email us at reception@mainstreetclinic.ca

Current Patients

Please download the following release form and present to the health records department of your usual clinic or hospital to arrange timely transfer of your records. Note, the last 7 years is adequate for most individuals.

Statement of Values and Commitments

Your journey to health & wellness starts at the Main Street Medical Clinic.

Main Street Medical Clinic values accessibility.  We are committed to removing barriers to your physician, your medical care, and your personal medical information.

Main Street Medical Clinic commits to being a patient-centered practice.  Our highest priority in every decision is what is best for our patients.  Foremost importance is to have every patient feel and believe they are the most important component of our practice.

Main Street Medical Clinic values flexibility. We recognize that medicine and our health care system is always changing.  We commit to remaining flexible and a modern practice.  Through effective communication and feedback, we commit to re-evaluating our quality of care and services to better meet the needs of patients.

Main Street Medical Clinic commits to empowering staff through a healthy, cohesive work atmosphere that encourages professionalism, teamwork, and positive attitudes.

Main Street Medical Clinic recognizes the importance of efficiency when assuring patients their right to accessibility, confidentiality, commitment to wellness, and outstanding professionalism.

Main Street Medical Clinic commits itself to the people of Green Bay.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Will services be covered by MCP?

MCP will cover all services at Main Street Medical Clinic that are covered at other medical clinics.

Who is the staff at Main Street Medical Clinic?

On site, the following team are committed to effective and comprehensive health care delivery; Dr. Todd Young, Medical Director; Jennifer Burton and Alyssa Burt, Medical Receptionists; Jenny Wells and Lisa Edison, Registered Nurses; Craig Wiseman, Narcotic Addictions Coordinator. We also have off-site staff who help coordinate activities such as ‘health promotion’ and ‘occupational health’.

How will I make an appointment for Main Street Medical Clinic?

We offer 4 options to make an appointment:

  • Online booking (Scroll down or click here).
  • By emailing the receptionist at: reception@mainstreetclinic.ca
  • By calling the clinic at: 877.578.4861 ext. 101; 709.700.0397 ext. 101
  • Schedule A Home Visit (We recognize some of you may have mobility issues, etc. and have difficulty getting to the clinic. To schedule a home visit (only available in Springdale at this time), email your request to reception@mainstreetclinic.ca (put ‘home visit’ in the subject line).

Does Main Street Medical Clinic offer ‘after hours’ services such as evening clinics?

Main Street Medical Clinic recognizes the day to day needs of those accessing care. Therefore, in an effort to be responsive to these needs, evening clinics are offered Tuesday and Thursday evenings; 6pm-9pm. Periodically evening clinics may be cancelled due prior commitments by Dr. Young. Changes will be posted at www.facebook.com/mainstreetclinic/

Is confidentiality a priority for Main Street Medical Clinic?

Confidentiality is of utmost importance! Structurally, the clinic has been built using sound proofing materials. Clinic design and use of technology have allowed us to provide a safe, healthy, confidential place to discuss your health care needs.

Is Main Street Medical Clinic a teaching facility?

Yes. Dr. Todd Young is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the faculty of medicine at MUN, Lakehead University (Thunder Bay, ON), and Laurentian University (Sudbury, ON). Sometimes you will be seen by a learner before you see Dr. Young.

Facebook Posts

Reminder - Pap Clinic - Oct. 26th, 2016

Dr. Sarah Clancy & Dr. Todd Young & the staff at Main Street Medical Clinic would like to remind you of our well woman/ pap clinic this Wednesday. If you have not had a pap test in 3 years, then you are encouraged to make a plan to schedule a pap test. Cervical cancer kills when not detected early.

Take charge of your health! To book an appointment call 877.578.4861 (leave a message if the receptionist is busy), or email receptionist@mainstreetclinic.ca

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New guidelines for how much media is too much for children!

This week the American Academy of Paediatrics released new guidelines outlining how much media is ok for children.


'The new recommendations call for infants to avoid media — except for video-chatting — when they are younger than 18 to 24 months.

After those ages, they may be exposed to it, but the content should be high-quality. Also, young children shouldn't be left alone when they're engaging with digital media or television.

There is no evidence that media use benefits infants, but there is evidence that it is linked with poor sleep, obesity risk and poor developmental outcomes.

For preschool-aged children, the guidelines recommend limiting screen use to one hour per day of high-quality programming.

The guidelines are a bit looser for older children and teens, but media shouldn't take the place of other needs like sleep and physical activity.

Also, the recommendations call for parents to select and co-view media with their children. They should also teach their children about online safety.

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