• Founded in 2011.|
• Located in a city which is a regional hub for many rural communities.
• Serves people who face barriers to health and social care and those ‘in transition,’ with a primary focus on women and families living in marginalizing conditions, including recent immigrants, many of whom have experienced violence and trauma.
• Primary health care services include identification, ongoing assessment and management of acute and chronic health problems, counseling, education and health promotion, and support in navigating complex systems.
• Founded in 1994.|
• Located in a rural region serving rural farming communities and First Nations communities.
• Provides primary care at multiple sites to populations across the lifespan, from seniors to families with young children, through direct primary care and a wide range of responsive health promotion programs.
• Founded in 1991.|
• Located in a northern regional city where high proportions of Indigenous people reside.
• Serves Indigenous and non-Indigenous people experiencing major socioeconomic challenges including people living on very low incomes, in unstable or temporary housing, and those who are unable to work due to disability. 75% of the patient population self-identifies as Indigenous.
• Provides a wide range of primary health care services including medical and nursing care, counselling, social work, physiotherapy, and outreach services.
• Founded 1970.|
• Located in an inner-city metropolis and serves low income populations, including many experiencing inadequate housing or homelessness, major mental health and substance use issues, and significant barriers to accessing basic health services.
• Provides a wide range of primary health care services, including a pharmacy, dental clinic, and physical and mental health services.