Frequently Asked Questions
- Is there parking?
The Woolen Mill has FREE parking surrounding the entire building.
- Are there bike racks?
There are several bike racks just left of the East Wing doors. Once through these doors continue until the end of the hall, we are the last suite on the right.
- Is there clear signage?
Unfortunately as the Woolen Mill is a historic building we do not have much signage out front.
- Is the clinic accessible via the bus?
Yes, however the nearest bus stops are a 10 minute walk from the Woolen mill. Taking Bus Route #1 is close.
- Do you have direct billing?
We do not handle direct billing, however, we can email or print your detailed invoice for ease.
- How do you book an appointment?
You can book online via our website, or you can give us a call! We’d love to speak with you!
- Are there walking trails along Lake Ontario?
There is a newly renovation accessible walking and bike pathway that run along the lake and directly in behind the building.
- What was the Woolen Mills original use?
The Woolen Mill is a 19th-century building, and such structures were built to last. This four-storey red brick building was constructed in 1882 when a group of Kingston businessmen needed a place in which they could produce cloth.
For more history click HERE
Still have questions? Feel free to contact us!