Community Care Clinics
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Provides nursing and other health care services

Provides a range of nursing care and other professional health services in your community.

What services are available?

You may be asked to attend a Home Health clinic for nursing care or other professional services.

Examples of some services offered in the clinics include:

  • Wound care treatments performed by a nurse
  • Intravenous antibiotic treatment
  • Client teaching related to treatments or specific diseases or conditions
  • Rehabilitation
  • Social work consultation
  • Group education on managing a chronic health condition

All Community Care offices are open weekdays during regular business hours. Some office clinics are also open on the weekends. Contact your local community office for more information.

Community Care Clinics are not an emergency service. Appointments are scheduled in advance to provide care for clients who are mobile and do not require in-home visits.

Am I eligible?

To be eligible, you must meet the eligibility requirements for receiving Home and Community Care.

Is there a cost?

Visit the Costs page of our Home and Community Care section to learn more.

How do I access this service?

You must have a referral and an appointment, there are no drop-in visits. Referrals can be provided by the hospital, your doctor, community nurse or therapist.

Find a Community Care Clinic service in your community and visit the Accessing Services page in our Home and Community Care section for more information​.


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