Community Care Clinic provides a range of nursing care and other professional health services in your community. Examples of some services offered in the clinics include:Wound care treatments performed by a nurseIntravenous antibiotic treatmentClient teaching related to treatments or specific diseases or conditions RehabilitationSocial work consultationGroup 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.   Appointments are scheduled in advance to provide care for clients who are mobile and do not require in-home visits.


Colonoscopy Patient Information

Colonoscopy Patient Information

Conscious Sedation for Endoscopy

Conscious Sedation for Endoscopy

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there pre-service instructions for the patient


Is a referral required?

Yes. Physician referral and appointments required.

Do I need a ride home?

Yes. You are considered legally impaired for 24 hours and can not operate a vehicle.


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