Community Health Centres of Northumberland

Community Health Centres of Northumberland


Description
COVID19 Response
Some programs have been cancelled or moved to virtual participation on-line.
  • Visit website for updated information on changes to programs due to COVID-19.
  • If you must see your caregiver call 905-885-2626 to book appointment.

Regular Service
Provides primary health care, health promotion and community development services. Practitioners include physicians, nurse practitioners, diabetes educators, community dietitian, dentist, dental hygienist, health promoter, counsellor and community outreach worker.
  • Primary Care Outreach - Physicians and Nurse Practitioners assess and treat non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses
  • Geriatric Assessment Intervention Network (GAIN) - A network of coordinated healthcare services and partners working together to strengthen the supports and capacity of frail older adults.
  • Memory Clinic - team approach for the early diagnosis, treatment and support of problems associated with memory loss.
  • Diabetes Education Programs - One-on-one education and supports for people living with diabetes
  • Counselling Services - Mental Health and Addiction counsellors offer individual therapy and group sessions
  • Dental Services - subsidized basic dental services for uninsured persons - incudes teeth cleaning, check-ups, tooth removal and fillings
Community Programs Include:
  • Nutrition and Healthy Eating - individual counselling
  • Food Cupboard
  • Cooking classes
  • Community lunch - Community garden
  • Arthritis Clinic
  • Caregiver Support Group
  • Stroke Survivor's and Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Support Group
  • Women's Book Club
  • Dancing with Parkinson's
  • Mindfulness Groups
  • Exercise Programs
  • Smoking Cessation Treatment
Eligibility
  • Primary care clients: those without a family physician. Priority is frail elderly people struggling with mental health issues and/or addictions, those unable to have basic housing and food, the lonely and youth at risk.
  • Dental Services - uninsured persons
Application Process
Diabetes Education Programs - Physician referral or self-referral required.
Geriatric Assessment and Intervention Network (GAIN) - Physician, nurse, health provider, family or self-referral required>br /> Counselling Services - For CHCN Clients - Internal referral. External referrals limited.
Call or visit website for more information
Toll Free
1-866-768-2626
Office
905-885-2626
Fax
905-885-2089
After Hours Phone
- voice mail system
Web Site
Visit Website
Email
info@porthopechc.ca
Mailing Address
99 Toronto Rd, Suite 101
Port Hope, ON, L1A 3S4
Canada
Languages
English
Contact
Doug Dixon, Director of Corporate Services
Email: ddixon@porthopechc.ca
Phone: ext 202
Fees
None - for primary health services ;
A limited number of programs charge a small fee to cover unfunded costs such as food for cooking classes, yoga instructors course manuals etc., however, these can be subsidized or waived based on ability to pay.
There is a co-payment fee for Basic dental care service - potential for additional financial assistance.
Documents Required
Completed registration required for workshops.
Accessibility
Fully Accessible
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Copyright
Community Connection, 211 Central East Region Contact Centre
Last Updated On
February 17, 2022
Address
99 Toronto Rd, Suite 101
Port Hope, ON, L1A 3S4
Cross street: Toronto Rd and Percival St
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Hours of Operation
Mon
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Tue
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Wed
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Thu
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Fri
8:00 am to 4:00 pm

COVID19 Office: by appointment. Food Cupboard: curbside pickup Thu 12 noon-1 pm

Regular Hours:
Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm
Food Cupboard: Thu 1:30 pm-4 pm
Service Area(s)
Northumberland County