Provides primary and holistic medical care integrated with traditional Indigenous approaches to First Nations, Metis, and Inuit community members. Staff includes both family doctors and nurse practitioners.
Children-only emergency room care. Doctors, nurses, and other health professionals assess and treat life-threatening injuries or severe illness. Specializes in acute pediatrics. Part of the Hamilton Health Sciences Network.
Doctors, nurses, and other health professionals assess and treat life-threatening injuries or severe illness.
Harm reduction and managed alcohol program for women and men experiencing homelessness, addiction and serious health problems. Up-front discharge planning for effective transition to the community. Offering care for health and emotional needs, residential and outpatient services.
Supports patient care at Hamilton Health Sciences through the operation of cafes, cafeterias, parking facilities, Give Shops, and retail services across the organization. All profits generated across Hamilton Health Sciences Volunteer Association shops and services are donated to enhance patient care.
Specialized service and treatment for individuals who have behaviours related to a diagnosis of dementia. Program provides service to Local Health Integrated Network (LHIN) 4 (the regions of Niagara, Brant, and Halton). Program goal is to return clients to an appropriate care setting within their home community after assessment and development of a treatment plan.
Medical clinic that provides safe abortion services. Abortions are performed under local anaesthetic for women in their first and second trimester of pregnancy. Personal information is confidential. Social workers are available to assist with options and counselling. Also provides IUD insertion, complex family planning care, and ultrasounds. Does not offer medical abortions but can help arrange a referral if needed. Part of the Hamilton Health Sciences Network.
A co-ed residential treatment program for youth with complex mental health concerns. Helps residents develop skill to manage and understand their own mental health concerns and provides aftercare to youth for up to two years after they leave the residence.
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A free community based pulmonary rehabilitation program designed to enhance quality of life for people living with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and help reduce hospital admission. The program offers a bundle of services throughout a 10-week intensive exercise and education program, followed by team and peer support, as well as, periodic reassessment over one year for graduates of the program.
Provides mental wellness services that are culturally safe for all members of the urban community who self identify as having Indigenous ancestry.