Thank you to everyone who joined us today for our expansion grand opening! We enjoyed getting to share our clinic with the community and publicly recognizing all the wonderful individuals who played a role in our expansion!
Come join us for our Grand Opening on May 05th, 2023 at 1 pm and see the major changes at the clinic. The clinic has more than doubled in size and staff since we first opened in 2010. We now have two wings – one dedicated to clinical and one
Newly diagnosed with pre-diabetes or Type 2 diabetes or maybe it has just been a while since you have used diet and lifestyle changes to assist with managing your blood sugars and need some reminders? Sessions will run 6 consecutive weeks on Wednesdays evenings at LNPLC and be hosted by
Clinic Executive Director Pam Delgaty and NP Rajesh Talpade discusses the role that NPs and Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinics can play in the future of Primary Care in Ontario with MPP Kevin Holland.
We had the privilege in March of having Nurse Practitioners from Fort Frances/Rainy River at our clinic to discuss the important role NPLCs play in primary care access for Northwestern Ontario. We look forward to working together in the future.
Your provider can write you a prescription to keep your physical activity level at the standard for basic fitness and health. Register your Prescription here: Prescription To Get Active and you can access a huge amount of fitness resources, as well as a one-month trial membership at the Canada Games Complex. Ask any
Skin Screening If you need something checked on your skin, we have a half-day clinic running on every month where you can have a skin exam from our NP and on-site treatments for minor concerns from our RPN. You can also be referred for a biopsy or to a specialist if needed.
Please print and complete this form and return it by mail, fax (807-475-9797) or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to a large number of applications to our clinic, we quickly reached patient capacity and began forming a wait list. If you have submitted your application, it will be kept on file
Have you had an advance care planning discussion with family or friends?Help us make the ACP Day campaign the best ever! If you were ill and couldn’t make medical decisions, who would make them for you?? Your Substitute Decision Maker needs to know your wishes, and what’s important to you.
Happy Nurse Practitioner’s Week to all the NPs and their patients and colleagues! NPs offer cost-effective primary health care of high quality for their patients, every day. We’re grateful for all the work they do. If you are pleased with the care you’re getting from your NP, please spread the
Have questions about social services, family concerns, mental health concerns? Come see our Social Workers for all of your information. View Full Post to see a video from the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers: The Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers regulates the practice of
The Lakehead NPLC is hosting a Memory Screening Clinic JUNE 12, 2013 Please call 475-9595 to book an appointment with us! We hope to see: Anyone age 75 or over Anyone ages 65-74 with: Diabetes Heart disease A previous heart attack or stroke High blood pressure A history of smoking High
Want to know more about Nurse Practitioners and the opportunities available for them in offering health care? Watch this video: watch?v=wuBq_N-K7UE It’s about time Canadians had more health-care options.About time we cut wait times.About time that our health-care teams include more nurse practitioners. http://www.npnow.ca/
Have questions about nutrition and your health? Come see Alixis our Registered Dietician for all of your information. View Full Post to see a video from the College of Dieticians of Ontario: The College of Dieticians of Ontario works in the public interest. Learn why choosing an RD is the
As of April 1, 2020, there will be a walk-in clinic available for patients of this clinic only. We ask patients to call before coming to the clinic. Appropriate visits for the walk-in clinic include: Inappropriate visits include: Any emergency conditions such as chest pain or severe injury should be directed