Walk-in services at the Queens North Community Health Centre in Minto are temporarily closed Monday because of a shortage of available staff, the Horizon Health Network announced.
No other services at the centre are affected, according to a news release.
People with non-urgent medical issues can consult with Tele-Care 811, a pharmacist, or schedule a virtual appointment, through eVisitNB.
The closure is the latest in a string of temporary closures and reduced services at health facilities across the province because of staffing shortages in recent weeks.
Walk-in services at the centre will resume are scheduled Tuesday at 8 a.m., the release said.
Horizon apologized for the inconvenience.
The Queens North Community Health Centre provides primary health-care services, illness/injury prevention, chronic disease management and community development services, according to its website.
The collaborative team of health-care providers includes physicians, nurse practitioners, social workers, dietitians, health promoters, counsellors and other health care providers.