Family Care Clinics
Family Care Clinics are local, team-based primary health care delivery organizations that provide individual and family-focused primary health care services that are tailored to meet the health needs of a community. Clinic staff co-ordinate a comprehensive range of primary health care services that cover an individual’s entire lifespan.
Family Care Clinics provide access to the most appropriate member of a health care team who can address health and social needs. The clinics are expected to provide extended hours of service and same-day access. Team members may include family physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, mental health professionals and others.