Grand River Hospital has announced that more services will resume following the next phase of re-opening.
According to a Tweet on Sunday, the hospital says some more in-person appointments will begin on Monday.
The cystic fibrosis clinic, the juvenile diabetes clinic and the withdrawal management centre are some services that will be offered again.
A full list of clinics and services opening after July 27 can be found here.
Currently, the bundled care clinic and the secondary stroke prevention clinic are open, and the neurology, endoscopy, ECT, EEG and EMG services are accepting patients.
On their website, Grand River Hospital also notes that some surgeries will also resume, but appointments will be staggered to support physical distancing.
All clinics will also continue to provide care virtually or over the phone during this time.
For more information, go to grhosp.on.ca.