To significantly improve the health of our community.
To provide comprehensive primary care, promote healthy living and inspire excellence and continuous learning.
The Welland McMaster Family Health Team was established in 2011 and is located in Welland Ontario. Our Family Health Team includes a team of nurse practitioners, registered nurses, social workers, dietitian, occupational therapist, pharmacist, physiotherapist and other health care professionals who work together to provide primary health care based on the needs of the local communities. We take a multi-disciplinary team approach to support the patient, family and caregivers. Currently we have 11 family Physicians affiliated with our Family Health Team from the Rose City Medical Associates and the Fonthill Medical Associates.
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The Centre de Sante offers free exercise programs for seniors!
The Centre de Sante hosts a drop-in walking group on Thursdays @ 9:00am!
A message from our partners at Niagara Region Public Health:
Niagara Region Public Health strives to improve our services and programs by listening to feedback from our community.
Our Niagara Parents Programs provide a variety of services to help members of the Niagara community raise a happy and healthy family. We would appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to share with us what you do (or maybe don’t) know about our Niagara Parents Programs. Information you provide is confidential and we greatly appreciate the feedback in advance.
Thank you for your time!
Welland McMaster Family Health Team has partnered with Niagara EMS since 2018 to provide a Mental Health Registered Nurse to the Mental Health and Addictions Response Team (MHART). Niagara EMS recently won an Excellence in Integration Award from the Academy of International Mobile Healthcare Integration organization for the MHART program. Congratulations MHART!
Read the full article here: niagararegion.ca/news
The land on which we gather is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee and the Anishinaabe people, many of whom continue to live and work here today. This territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties and is within the land protected by the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Agreement. The "Dish" represents the shared land, while the "One Spoon" reinforces the idea of sharing and peace. This gathering place is home to many First Nations, Metis, and Inuit people and acknowledging reminds us that the great standard of living that we enjoy in Niagara is directly related to the resources and friendships of the Indigenous People who make up our community.