A Family Nurse to help support you in managing your blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol
A Family Nurse will help finding community agencies that best support your needs or concerns such as housing, finances or meals etc.
A Family Nurse will perform cognitive testing for significant changes in memory, reasoning, perception or ability to perform daily tasks.
Your care is supported by a specially trained team of health care professionals, including doctors, nurses, pharmacists, social workers and community agencies.
A Licensed Practical Nurse will provide basic foot assessment and treatment for those with chronic conditions for those with limited financial resources.
A Pharmacist will discuss your medications and how they can best help you, This may be most helpful if you are taking 5 or more medications.
A Family Nurse will help with education on healthy choices in pregnancy, and provide information regarding community agencies & resources.
A Family Nurse individual support to help you to reduce tobacco use or be tobacco free
A Recreation Therapist may be able to help if you have become socially isolated, having difficulty getting started on activities.
Support Nurses assists the family doctor in managing their patient panel and alerts patients about recommended preventative screening.
A Counselor will provide brief therapy on effective ways to cope with prolonged stress, relationship issues, grief and loss, and maintaining mental wellness.