Aboriginal Patient Navigator Program, De dwa da dehs nye>s Aboriginal Health Centre

The Aboriginal Patient Navigator (APN) helps bridge the gap between indigenous peoples, health services, and supports. They provide assistance on a patient’s journey to health and healing through traditional healing, traditional practitioners, medicines and cultural practices as well as assistance with western models of care.

  • Coordination of care
  • Elimination of barriers (real or perceived)
  • Encouraging access to culturally appropriate health care services
  • Referrals upon discharge from hospital or health care facility
  • Hospital and Home visits
  • Enhanced communication between individuals and health care providers
  • Help with completing and understanding forms
  • Maintaining regular contact during hospital stay
  • Linking client/patient to local service providers
  • Ensuring individuals and family understands care plan
Organizations that offer this Service
De dwa da dehs nye>s Aboriginal Health Centre
Sites that offer this Service
De dwa da dehs nye>s Aboriginal Health Centre
Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
8:30-16:30

Tuesday:
8:30-16:30

Wednesday:
8:30-16:30

Thursday:
8:30-16:30

Friday:
8:30-16:30

Saturday:
Closed

Website: aboriginalhealthcentre.com

678 Main St E
Hamilton, ON
L8M 1K2

Eligibility

Indigenous peoples (First Nations, Metis, Inuit) and their families or individuals who self-identify as connected to Indigenous heritage that are involved in the health system.

Areas Served
Hamilton
Fees
Fee
None
Languages
English
Application Instructions

Contact for information.

Last Full Update
February 2, 2022