Description & Services
Public Comments This location reports to the Thunder Bay Administration Zone
Description (Service) Provides community health services and non-insured health benefits to First Nations and Inuit peoples
 
Community Health Services 
  • Community Health Services are accessible or through funding mechanisms administered through the Thunder Bay Zone Office 
  • Prevention programs are available in First Nation communities and are intended to improve the health and well being of First Nation peoples
 
Prevention programs are available on the following topics: 
  • Communicable disease control 
  • Maternal and child health care programs 
  • Chronic disease monitoring 
  • Care of the elderly 
  • School health programs
 
Non-Insured Health Benefits 
  • Available to all registered First Nation people who require extended health benefits
 
Benefits include: 
  • Medical transportation for eligible services including: 
  • Medical equipment, vision, dental and medications
 
Treatment Program 
  • Available for eligible individuals that do not have access to a treatment centre
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30-4:30
Areas Served Beardmore ; Geraldton ; Longlac ; Marten Falls First Nation ; Nakina ; Ogoki
Boundaries Surrounding communities within the Greenstone area
Eligibility Must be a registered First Nation or Inuit individual
Application Call for information
Languages English
Fees None
Contact Information
Office Phone 807-854-0383
Fax 807-854-1907
Primary Contact Yvonne Bouchard, Health Centre Clerk
Primary Executive Andrew Seaton, Zone Administrator, Health Canada, Thunder Bay; Phone: 807-343-5302; Email: andrew.seaton@canada.ca
Located In Community Geraldton
Address 412 Main St
Geraldton, ON
 
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Intersection Main St and Fourth Ave S
Mailing Address PO Box 1028 
Geraldton, ON P0T 1M0
Physical Access Fully Accessible - Designated parking available in rear of building; public parking available along Main street
Other Details
Legal Status (40) Federal Government
Funding Federal - Health Canada