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Program: Health Centre  
Organization: Chippewas of the Thames First Nation
Phone Numbers: 519-289-5641
Toll-Free: 1-866-550-5539
Fax: 519-289-2378
322 Chippewa Rd
Muncey, ON
N0L 1Y0
Intersection: Sutherland Rd (Chippewa Rd) and Longwoods Rd
Location: South Middlesex
Accessibility:     Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Kimberly Fisher - Health Administrator
519-289-5641 ext 223 *
Dawn-Estelle Miskokomon - Social Services Director
519-289-5641 ext 240 *
Contacts: Stephanie French - Community Health Representative
519-289-5641 ext 224 *
Monica Hendrick - Community Health Representative
519-289-5641 ext 222 *
Service Description: Health centre providing family medical care and community-based health programs * team of community health representatives, community health nurse and other health care providers * referral to other regional health services

Culturally appropriate programs and services for Aboriginals, combining traditional health and Western medical practices * aims to improve the social supports and conditions that affect long-term health

Health education - Provides variety of health education programs that focus on community needs * available for one-to-one discussions or groups

Immunization - Available by appointment or drop-in for regular immunization by Community Health Nurse * influenza clinics available

School Health Services - Community Health Nurse and Community Health Representatives make regular visits to Wiiji Nimbawiyaag Elementary School, Chippewa Daycare and Chippewa Headstart Program * health education * immunizations * pediculosis checks bi-monthly

Home and Community Care - Health services provided in a home or community setting for older adults, persons with disabilities, or injured persons * includes nursing care, personal support, foot care available first Wednesday of the month 1pm-3pm * appointment required, homemaking, meal preparation, and respite care

Blood Sugar and Blood Pressure Screening Clinics - Screening of blood sugar, blood pressure and weight checks during special clinic days and drop-in

Environmental Health Program - Public health safety and education * monitors potential hazards through Rabies Clinics, Water Sampling, Home Assessments, Carbon Monoxide

National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program - Prevention, intervention, and follow up services for people with addictions * counselling offered for depression, grief and loss * appointment required

Non-Insured Health Benefits for Clients - Supplementary health benefits, including prescriptions and non-prescription drugs, medical equipment and supplies for registered Indians in Canada

Canada’s Prenatal Nutrition Program - Educational classes related to pregnancy and nutrition * prenatal classes for both mothers and fathers

Loan Cupboard Medical Supplies and Equipment - Provides a variety of medical equipment for community members to borrow including crutches, bath chairs and wheelchairs
Fees: Free
Application: Call or visit * valid health card and certificate of Indian status (if applicable) required
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Chippewas of the Thames First Nation
Languages: English ; Ojibwa
Area(s) Served: Chippewas of the Thames First Nation (Map)
See Also: Aboriginal Health Centres and Programs
Alcohol and Drug
Blood Pressure Clinics
Child and Youth Community Health Care Programs
Diet, Nutrition and Weight Control
Foot Care
Home Help and Homemaking
Immunization Clinics
In-Home Nursing
In-Home Personal Support
Parenting Education
Prenatal Classes and Programs
Public Health Promotion
Screening Programs
Sexually Transmitted Infections

This information was last completely updated on 8/11/2014

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