Our Services

The following services are provided for rostered clients of the Centre.  KDCHC is not a walk-in clinic.

Our Primary Care team consists of Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and Registered Nurses.  Clients see the most appropriate provider for the health issues and concerns.

In general an appointment with a Physician or Nurse Practitioner is 20 minutes in length.

Services include  diagnosis, treatment, education, referral and follow-up on health issues. Some of the specific services are complete health check-ups, well-baby checks, and immunizations. These are provided on-site at 44 Francis St. South to rostered clients only.

Appointments are required for all providers, Allied Health Team services and Community Health Workers.

We also provide a range of programs to help clients manage their health.

Our Allied Health team includes:

  • a Registered Dietitian who works with clients to support healthy eating for a variety of dietary needs including chronic disease, heart health, food budgeting, healthy weight, growth and development of children and other dietary requirements.
  • Counsellors who offer counselling/psychotherapy for individuals (ages 8 and up), couples, families and groups.  Our counselors work to build upon people’s strengths in order to meet the challenges of life and problem solve the many issues that people may be facing.  Appointments are available from Monday through Friday for KDCHC rostered clients.  To request an appointment go to 2nd floor reception and complete a one page referral form.  A counsellor will contact you within 3-7 days with an appointment time.
  • a Chiropodist who specializes in the care of the foot.  This service focuses on the assessment of the foot and the treatment and prevention of disease or disorders of the foot.
  • Community Health Workers who work with clients to support their health and wellness goals, including mental health supports, social connection and isolation, physical activity, and subsidized programming.  Our Community Health Worker utilize a strength’s-based and person-centered approach to support the health and wellbeing of people by using community-based activities and support.