There was confusion on opening day of a new urgent primary care facility on the West Shore Monday morning.

More than a dozen people waited in line before the Westshore Urgent Primary Care Centre opened its doors for the first time at 8 a.m.

But some of those people were frustrated to learn that they would not be able to find a new family doctor at the centre ā€“ at least for now.

Wilson said she was hoping to find a family doctor for her three-year-old grandson as well as herself.

ā€œI had a brain tumour taken out a year ago June, and Iā€™m getting older. I need care,ā€ she said.

When it was announced early last week, the province said the new urgent primary care facility in Langford would better connect locals with health care providers.

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