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Covid-19 Update:

All non-essential services and programs our clinic provides are being placed on hold until further notice.

We remain open for our patients that need to be seen for chronic disease management and for episodic illness.

Some appointments will be done by phone to avoid unnecessary exposure for staff and patients.

You will be notified by our receptionists whether your appointment is going forward in person, by phone, or will be rebooked at a later date.

If you would like to cancel your appointment and re-book at a later date, please contact our office to do so.

We thank everyone for their understanding and patience, and we look forward to resuming all services as soon as possible!

For more information on COVID-19, please follow this link:


524 Lakeshore Drive, North Bay, ON

Located in West Ferris, the first Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic in North Bay has been caring for
patients since August 2011.

West Ferris Location

179 Main Street East, North Bay, ON

Our Downtown North Bay location opened in April 2019, and is located next to the Literacy Nipissing and close to the North Bay Transit terminal.

Downtown Location


Find out more about our free programs and resources offered online or in person to help you stay healthy.



Hypertension is a complex health condition that occurs when your blood pressure is higher than normal...

Patient Reminder

For Prescription Renewals

If you are a current patient, and need a prescription renewed, please ask your pharmacy to contact our office TWO weeks in advance. This will allow your Nurse Practitioner the time they need to review your file, and renew your prescriptions.

Dietitians – The Nutrition Experts

Our dietitian is here to give our patients food for thought. Nutrition can play a huge roll in prevention of disease and management of your overall health. Are you on track with your eating lifestyle? It’s not as hard as you might think, just ask our dietitian!

We’re here to help you get better. And to prevent you from getting sick in the first place.


Please call us to make an appointment. Click below for hours of operation and lab service information.

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Cancellation Policy

Out of courtesy to other patients, please cancel your appointment 24 hours in advance. You can cancel your appointment by phone or ask us about our texting service.

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It is important that we identify, remove and report hazards in and around homes in order to prevent a fall. Keeping all walkways, ramps and stairs clear, have your home well lit and remove unnecessary carpets are some ways to remove hazards in the home.

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Older adults should have at least 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous intensity aerobic activity per week, in 10 minutes or more sections to achieve health benefits. Some health benefits may include improving balance, reducing falls and injuries, staying independent longer and preventing chronic diseases.

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As we age, our sense of thirst declines meaning we need to drink regularly whether we feel thirsty or not. To prevent dehydration, women need 9 cups of fluid each day and men need 12 cups of fluid each day.

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Drug interactions around prescription medications and over the counter drugs can cause drowsiness and dizziness, which can lead to a fall. It is important to keep an updated list of prescription and over-the-counter medications with you at all times.

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