North Bay Indian Friend Centre

North Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre

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In order to acheive and maintain good health, all people require easy access to health services. The Medicine Healthy Way Clinic provides family-centred health care for Aboriginal people (including First Nation, Metis and Inuit people) living off-reserve within the North Bay area. Our aim is to provide culturally safe, holistic health care for children, adults and families to imorove and promote good health.  The clinic accepts people who do not have a local Family Physician or Nurse Practitioner.

CLINIC SERVICES

  • Infant and child health care (check-ups and immunization)
  • Prenatal care
  • Annual health examinations
  • Sexual health services
  • Assesment, diagnosis and treatment of health conditions
  • Health promotion
  • Referrals too specialists and other agencies

CLINIC STAFF

The clinic at the North Bay Indian Friendship Centre is staffed by a Nurse Practitioner and a Clinic Receptionist. Our extended team includes the support of a Family Physician.

REFERRALS

We accept referrals from health care providers, community agencies, internal staff and clients themselves.

HOW TO APPLY

Application forms are available by calling or visiting the Clinic Receptionist at (705) 472-2811 ext. 242

 

Life Long Care

This program assists Aboriginal adults, seniors, disabled people, and chronically ill children with:

  •  Long term care
  •  Medical transportation
  •  Advocacy
  •  Referrals
  •  Friendly visiting
  •  Congregate dining
  •  Security checks
  •  Aboriginal supports

They also organize outings, activities, education, programming and socialization for their clients.

 

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