Comprehensive primary health care, conveniently located in Capreol.
We are unable to intake any new patients at this time.
We will continue to accept intake forms, but do not know how long the wait time will be before we are able to book new intake appointments.
Please note that we are unable to assume care of patients until an intake appointment has been completed.
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What is a Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic?
NPLCs are a new, innovative model for delivery of comprehensive primary health care in Ontario and Canada. The model is designed to improve access to care for the thousands of individuals and families who do not currently have a primary health-care provider. One of the unique aspects of the model is the incorporation of nursing leadership within an interprofessional team.
What is a Nurse Practitioner?
A nurse practitioner (NP) is a registered nurse with advanced university education who provides personalized, quality health care to patients. Ontario nurse practitioners provide a full range of health care services to individuals, families and communities in a variety of settings including hospitals and community based clinics in cities and smaller towns in Ontario. We work in partnership with physicians, nurses and other health care professionals such as social workers, midwives, mental health professionals and pharmacists to keep you, your family and your community well.
Medical clinic focused on family and community health, nurse practitioner works with a registered nurse, registered practical nurses, a social worker, a dietician, consulting physicians and administrative support staff to assess and treat non-life threatening injuries or illnesses.
Health Equity Charter
As a member of the Alliance for Healthier Communities, Capreol Nurse Practitioner Led Clinic is fully committed to incorporating the principles of www.allianceon.org/Health-Equity-Charter into our practice. We acknowledge inequities in access to health care. We recognize the harm caused by overt and systemic racism.
We are committed to address barriers to achieve equitable heath for all persons including, but not limited to BIPOC, Francophones, 2SLGBTQ+, People living with disabilities, People with Mental Health Challenges, People with substance use disorder, People experiencing homelessness, isolated seniors, refugees, migrant workers and immigrants.
We are committed to embedding anti-racism, diversity and equity into all of our endeavours. We will advocate for all of our patients with different levels of government and support movements to eliminate inequities and foster inclusivity.