The French River Nurse Practitioner Lead Clinic (French River NPLC) and the Sudbury East Community Health Centre are teaming up and reaching out to the community to test its new model of health care. Over the past couple of months, the Executive Directors of both organizations along with some Board members and community members have been discussing different aspects of the proposed new model of health care. This Client Advisory Committee has come up with numerous recommendations that will be forwarded to both Board of Directors as we move forward with the new model of health care. To get more information about the committee findings or to find out all that has been done to date, please have a look at the French River NPLC website at the following link http://www.frenchrivernplc.ca/
Effective immediately, the Warren site of the SECHC is now accepting new clients. Please don't hesitate to call us at 705-599-3004 to find out if you qualify to become a client of the SECHC.
Effective immediately, the Noelville site of the SECHC is now accepting new clients. Please don't hesitate to call us at 705-898-2594 to find out if you qualify to become a client of the SECHC.
The Warren and District Lions Club, in collaboration with the Noëlville – French River Lions Club, are working with the Sudbury East Community Health Centre and the French River Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic to offer a transportation service to community and health services in the Sudbury East area. Please see the press release attached.
Starting in October 2016, the SECHC's community kitchen will be home to the Health Bistro. The activity runs from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. every Thursday. During this time the participants will have the opportunity to interact with other participants in a fun-filled day of activity which includes meal preparation, exercises and games. Please see the attached poster below for more information.
Since 2008, the Sudbury East Community Health Centre (SECHC) has been hosting several of its community programs at the Rendez-vous building located on St-David Street in downtown Noëlville. However, with the recent addition of a meeting room at the SECHC’s main location in Noëlville, it has become more practical and feasible to relocate the SECHC community programs at the organization’s main site, within the French River municipal building.