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Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit
Cross Lake Nursing Station
Black Women’s Health Program – North End Community Health Centre

Within the warmth of a Wellspring centre, cancer patients and their loved ones will find people who understand, and free programs that address the everyday challenges that cancer brings.

They have a variety of center's in Ontario and Alberta.

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Key Health Clinic
Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority

The Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority (GASHA) is one of nine district health authorities established by the Nova Scotia Department of Health on January 1st 2001, following the proclamation of Bill 34, the Health Authorities Act.


Replacing the Regional Health Board system, the District Health Authorities were created to bring health care decision-making closer to the community level and improve accountability for health care decisions.

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Northern Lights Regional Health Authority

Established in 1985 the Northern Lights Health Foundation is the leadership non-profit fundraising organization for supporting Alberta Health Services (AHS) in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo. The Northern Lights Health Foundation is the connection between your desire to have a positive impact on the delivery of health care services, and the health initiatives that will have the most extensive benefit to the community. Our relationship as the official fundraising organization to support Alberta Health Services in the Wood Buffalo region lends credibility, relevance, and focus to your support of health care.

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Trail Family And Individual Resource Centre Society
Co-operative Health Centre

The Prince Albert Co-opertive Center is a primary health care provider. We enable our clients by providing preventative, health promotion, supportive and currative health services.

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Ottawa Community Care Access Centre

The Ottawa Community Care Access Centre (OCCAC) exists to provide in-home health and support services to our community, to coordinate the placement of clients into long-term care facilities and to offer program and service information. When you want short or long-term health care assistance contact the Ottawa CCAC. We help you get the health information and services you need, including assessments, individual care planning and the purchase and coordination of services at home and in school as well as access to long term care facilities.

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