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Delivering High Quality Health Services

We will be closed on May 20, 2024. We will be closed June 6 at 11:30 am. ***SDCC services are unavailable until further notice.***

Clinic Facility

General Information

Phones and Physician Stations:
Mon - Fri: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Main Reception: 
7:30 am - 5:00 pm for information pickup

381 Stone Bridge Crossing

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Same Day Care Clinic

SDCC is no longer available.

SDCC service no longer offered

Lab Services

Operated by Dynacare

Appts: book online at or by walk-in

Mon - Fri: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm

Please present your health card at every visit

*New* Travel Health Services

Welcome to our healthcare team, Hans B. Epp, BSc.Pharm, EPPh, CTH® AFTM RCPS(Glasg). Hans is a Travel Health Specialist and pharmacist with over 38 years of experience now affiliated with Steinbach Family Medical. He is committed to helping and preparing people for healthy travel around the globe and brings a depth of knowledge and expertise to our clinic. You can contact him directly at or by visiting his website at

COVID Vaccine

Province of Manitoba COVID Vaccine Information

As physicians, we support and trust the COVID vaccines. They are safe and effective, and we recommend the vaccine to all who are eligible.

About Steinbach Family Medical

Steinbach Family Medical is located in the Bethesda Primary Care Centre on the corner of Heritage Drive and Stone Bridge Crossing and is home to 21 family physicians and 4 surgeons. It is located on the main floor along with Dynacare Lab Services, Primary Care Pharmacy and a QuickCare Clinic operated by Southern Health.

Community Health Services operated by Southern Health are on the second floor. Directly across the street is Stonebridge Wellness Centre a medical based commercial & clinical retail space.

Our mission is to deliver high quality, coordinated health services to our community, in a caring and friendly environment.

We are a Teaching Facility

We are affiliated with the University of Manitoba and teach 3rd and 4th-year medical students (clerks) as well as doctors who are specializing in family medicine (family medicine residents).

The physicians at SFM are committed to teaching and we encourage you as a patient to engage a student if they are assigned to assist you. We believe that teaching keeps us current and is an excellent tool for recruitment and sustainability in our community.

Physician Offices

Family Practice Number Station #
Dr. Jessica Allen204-326-88651
Dr. Lindsay Chan204-326-88623
Dr. Chris Dubiel204-326-88541
Dr. Mark Duerksen204-326-88581
Dr. Neala Dyck204-326-88501
Dr. Dan Ilchyna204-326-88713
Dr. David Janz204-326-88751
Dr. Wilfried Kaethler204-326-88613
Dr. Brady Kornelsen204-326-88743
Dr. Curtis Krahn204-326-88603
Dr. Gregory Longbottom204-326-88663
Dr. Nicolas McCaughan204-326-88601
Dr. Dennis Paige204-326-88763
Dr. Brittany Penner204-326-88543
Dr. Luzelle Pretorius204-326-88643
Dr. Adrian Rozbacher204-326-88671
Dr. Salma Shaikh204-326-88631
Dr. Monty Singh204-326-88513
Dr. Karen Toews204-326-88701
Dr. Alexa Toop204-326-88531
Dr. Dr. Hang Trinh204-326-88731

General Surgery Number Station #
Dr. Ryan Dale204-326-88572
Dr. James Denis204-326-88552
Dr. Paul Galessiere204-326-88562
Dr. Karen Kwok204-326-88552

Clinic Info

p. 204-326-3401

f. 1-844-629-5622

Phone Access and Station Access

Monday – Friday

8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Information Pickup – follow in-clinic signs

Monday – Friday

7:30 am – 5:00 pm

Clinic Address

Steinbach Family Medical

Bethesda Primary Care Centre

Unit 100, 381 Stone Bridge Crossing

Steinbach, MB

R5G 2P8

Dynacare Lab

p. 204-326-1617

Monday – Friday

7:30 am – 4:00 pm



Clinic Closure Dates 2024

Feb 19

Mar 29

May 20

Jul 1

Aug 5

Sep 2

Sep 30

Oct 14

Nov 11

Dec 25,26

Steinbach Family Medical

381 Stone Bridge Crossing
Steinbach, MB

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I ever have to pay SFM directly for services provided?

There are some services which Manitoba Health does not cover and these “uninsured” services require payment from the patient or a third party, such as an insurance company. Some of these services include insurance forms, sick notes, aviation/driver medicals, forms or examinations required by an employer, immunizations and exams required for travel, some medications and supplies, and provision of personal medical information. A patient will also be required to pay for their doctor visit if they do not have valid Manitoba Health coverage.

What if I do not have Manitoba Health coverage?
You should contact Manitoba Health to see if they are eligible to be covered. You can visit their website at or call them at 204-786-7101, or toll-free at 800-392-1207. Registration information is also available at your local City Hall or Municipal office. The contact number for Steinbach City Hall is 204-326-9877.
How do I obtain a Family Doctor?
SFM will usually put a notice on its website and/or in the local media when it has a physician accepting patients. You can contact the Family Doctor Finder Line at 204-786-7111 or toll-free at 866-690-8260, to find out whether there are physicians accepting patients in your area.
Where can I find travel health information?

SFM can provide some information and immunizations regarding travel outside of Canada. You can contact one of the following organizations for more comprehensive information:

You would typically be required to pay for health assessments and immunizations related to personal travel.

Where can I obtain an immunization record for myself or my child?

Please contact the Southern Regional Health Authority Public Health Unit, located at 365 Reimer in Steinbach, 204-346-6123.

Will I see a medical trainee when I come for an appointment at SFM?

SFM is one of six Rural Family Medicine teaching programs in Manitoba. A number of SFM physicians are certified to teach medical students and family medicine residents. At any given time SFM may have two medical students in their third or fourth year of training, and four family medicine residents in their first or second (and final) year of training.
Direct patient interaction and dealing with “real life” health circumstances is essential in the development of students’ and residents’ practice skills. It is the same way current SFM physicians learned. The student/resident may see you with your physician present and sometimes initially on their own, followed by a discussion with your physician. You simply need to advise your physician or your physician’s staff if you do not feel comfortable being seen by a student or resident.
It is worth noting that a teaching program is a means to recruiting future physicians to the Clinic. Many of the current SFM physicians completed some of their training requirements at SFM.