Community Health Centres

Community-based outpatient clinics that provide comprehensive primary health care by a team of health professionals with services that include physical examinations, immunizations, family planning, nutrition assistance, health education and promotion, rehabilitation, and the diagnosis and treatment of common ailments reflecting the needs of the targeted community or neighbourhood. Many health centres provide accessible care in northern and rural communities, in communities where many people have a high risk of ill health or to individuals and families with significant access issues, such as members of ethnocultural communities, refugees or people who are homeless.

 

Services

Hamilton Family Health Team Dundas Office.  Facilitates services for patients. 

Hamilton Family Health Team Hamilton Office

Offers a team based approach to healthcare.  Patients can receive one-on-one support from their doctor and other health professionals, while participating in group programs to improve their mental health, diet and overall well being.  All support groups and services provided by the Hamilton Famil

Provides primary healthcare services to new immigrants, including refugees, and to those who face barriers in accessing culturally-appropriate healthcare services.

Services include:

Refuge Hamilton Centre for Newcomer Health Location.  Dedicated on-site specialist clinics including pediatrics, psychiatry, internal medicine, dermatology and cardiology.  Off-site specialist consultation with close coordination and follow-up.  Referral center for refugee healthcare issues from

Provides primary healthcare services to new immigrants, including refugees, and to those who face barriers in accessing culturally-appropriate healthcare services.  Funded by the Hamilton Community Foundation and the United Way of Hamilton and Halton.

Types of support include:

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