Shoal Lake 40 First Nation

Site: Shoal Lake Medical Centre

Service: Diabetes Program

Description & Services
Public Comments Tribal Council: Bimose Tribal Council (BTC) 
Provincial Territorial Organization: Grand Council Treaty #3 
Treaty #3
Description (Service) Provides education and services for the prevention, management and treatment of diabetes  
  • Provides case management and screening services  
  • Works to increase early detection and to reduce the number of avoidable complications that can arise from uncontrolled diabetes  
  • Advises on developing and implementing an approach to care and management of diabetes  
  • Promotes increased physical activity and knowledge of healthy eating  
  • Provides workshops, presentations and hands-on training for cultural activities and traditions  
  • Assists individuals in finding appropriate services  
  • Provides referrals to other health care professionals and the Northern Diabetes Health Network (NDHN)
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm
Areas Served Shoal Lake 40 First Nation
Eligibility Members of Shoal Lake 40 First Nation living with diabetes or at-risk
Application Program registration required
Languages English ; Interpretive Services - Ojibway, available upon request
Fees None
Additional Service Sites
Contact Information
Office Phone 807-733-3577
Fax 807-733-2561
Website www.sl40.ca
Primary Contact Casper White, Diabetes Coordinator and Community Health Representative
Primary Executive Brenda Freel, Health Director
Site Location Community is approx 67 km SW of Kenora, 200 km E of Winnipeg and straddles border between Ontario and Manitoba
Located In Community Shoal Lake 40 First Nation
Address Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, ON
 
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Mailing Address c/o Diabetes Program 
PO Box 6 
Kejick, ON P0X 1E0
Physical Access Not Accessible
Other Details
Legal Status (10) Local Government ; (50) Non Profit
Funding Provincial - Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (MOHLTC); North West Local Health Integration Network (NWLHIN) ; Federal - Health Canada -- First Nations and Inuit Health Branch (FNIHB)