Health Services

Doctors, nurses and nurse practitioners provide clinical services at the Centre and in the community. Our interdisciplinary teams – including dietitians, chiropodists, social workers, social service workers, health promoters and educators, case workers and harm reduction workers – treat the whole person as well as specific health concerns.

Health Promotion Programs

Information is the first step to good health. Learn more about what you can do to stay healthy -- and feel your best! A team of health promoters, social workers, dietitians, doctors and nurse practitioners provide a wide range of health promotion and education programs focusing on


Chiropodists treat diseases and disorders of the foot and ankle. At our centre, chiropodists are part of a team that includes doctors, nurse practitioners, social workers, health promoters and dietitians. Together they work to improve a patient’s over-all health, mobility and independence. Chiropody is a regulated health profession in Ontario.
Doctors and nurse practitioners offer one-to-one clinical services to people who have difficulty accessing conventional health care. As part of an interdisciplinary team, we strive to treat the whole person as well as specific health concerns. Our goal is to help patients take control of their health as much as possible, as well as help them access the programs and services they need.
Doctors, nurse practitioners, health professionals and case coordinators serve patients who have difficulty accessing health services because of homelessness, drug use and/or mental health problems. The team offers primary health care, as well as information and referrals to other community services.
A female nurse practitioner offers breast examinations and pap smears once a month.