|Ribbon cutting ceremony officially opens Lively clinic|
Oct 19, 2010
The city's newest nurse practitioner clinic is officially open, after a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Oct. 13.
The clinic, housed in the former Main Street police store-front in Lively, employs two full-time nurse practitioners, two collaborative physicians, a pharmacist, and a registered nurse.
The Sudbury District Nurse Practitioner Clinics already services more than 2,500 "orphan patients" in the Sudbury District. Orphan patients do not have a family doctor.
A tour of the renovated building was offered after the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Originally published in Northern Life