Our clinical services and health promotion programs provide practical ways for individuals and families to experience and maintain good health. Healthy people living in a healthy community go hand in hand.
Our family doctors provide high quality care to people from all age groups. They treat and help prevent illness.
Her role includes: consultations both internal and at the School Based Health Clinic; program development focused on children and research.
Nurse Practitioners address the wellbeing of individuals of all ages, families, and communities by focusing on health promotion and illness prevention. They provide primary health care services and work closely with other members of the clinical team.
The Registered Nurse provides a variety of services including health promotion, wellness visits, chronic disease management, disease prevention, education, counselling, treatment and supportive care.
Chiropodist (Foot Specialist):
The Chiropodist provides foot care services and promotes foot health for people who are at risk for diabetes, vascular diseases and mobility issues. A referral from your Primary Health Care Provider is needed.
Registered Dietitian provides expertise in food and nutrition as it relates to your health. We offer nutritional counselling in healthy eating for weight management, child nutrition, picky eaters, women's health, pregnancy, lactation, senior nutrition, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, food allergies and intolerances.
The Registered Social Workers/therapists provide confidential counselling sessions for clients seeking help while dealing with stressful life changes, family relationship issues, parenting concerns, feelings of anxiety and depression and other mental health issues.
The Lactation Consultant provides new and expectant families support, care and counseling for clients wishing to breastfeed their babies. We offer individual appointments, a walk-in breastfeeding clinic and a breastfeeding support group.
Registered Kinesiologist provides physical activity assessment and health behavior change counseling. We offer exercise education and prescription for adults living with pre-diabetes and diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and other chronic conditions. Emphasis is placed on health promotion, chronic disease self-management, disease prevention, education and treatment.
Your access to our services is important to us
Below are some ways Black Creek Community Health Centre is committed to ensuring you receive the right care at the right time:
Advanced Access: Your healthcare provider is more available when you need them!
Most appointments with your Doctor, Nurse Practitioner or Registered Nurse can be booked either the same day or the next day and pre-booked appointment spots are limited.
We encourage all clients to call in for 'same day' or 'next day' appointments whenever possible, for physicals and check ups.
Of course we know that some people have childcare, transportation, jobs or other scheduling issues to work around that require a set, pre-booked appointtment time. For these situations, there will still be a few appointment slots each day that can be booked in advance.
As a client of the Centre's Nurse Practitioner or Doctor, you have access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on-call services. When you have a medical problem that cannot wait until the office re-opens, please call (416) 249-8000.
The answering service will contact the doctor on-call who will then phone you back. If your problem is not urgent, please wait until the next day when the Centre is open.
In-person, and phone interpretation is available for groups and individual appointments in a variety of languages. To request an interpreter, please speak with Reception.