Hospitals & Facilities
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- Cancer Care
Cancer Care facilities include prevention, detection, treatment, research, education and care of cancer patients.
- Continuing and Long-Term Care
Continuing & Long-Term Care residents have complex health needs and require 24 hour on-site services from a registered nurse.
Emergency provides access for patients of all ages suffering from life threatening to minor conditions. Emergency is not a first-come, first-serve system. Critical patients are attended to first.
A health facility that provides medical, surgical, or psychiatric care and treatment for the sick or the injured.
Labs are facilities where you may be sent to have blood, urine or other samples taken.
- Mental Health & Addictions
These facilities are for the treatment and care of people with mental health or addiction challenges.
Other health facilities include physiotherapy, occupational therapy, home care and hemodialysis, to name a few.
- Public Health Centres
These facilities provide a wide range of health services which may include: prenatal, postpartum, health promotion/disease and injury prevention, bereavement services, communicable disease and school health.
- Urgent Care
Urgent Care Centres are medical facilities for people who have unexpected but not life-threatening health concerns that require same day treatment. People with life-threatening conditions should go immediately to an Emergency Department or call 911.
- X-Ray & Imaging Clinics
Clinics that you may be sent to have procedures such as X-rays, MRI�s and other types of scans done.