Open to community members
The Ontario Telemedicine Network is one of the largest telemedicine networks in the world. It uses two-way videoconferencing to provide access to care for patients in every hospital and hundreds of other health care locations across the province. They reduce hospital readmissions, transform primary care, and expand home and community care across Ontario. SDNPC primarily uses this option for dermatological and mental health purposes due to the year-long waiting periods currently experienced in our community.
Did you know you have 26 bones in each foot? Your feet bear the brunt of the body’s weight, which places tremendous pressure by simply performing normal daily activities.
Did you know untreated foot conditions can affect your knees, hips and back? The key to a healthy lifestyle is being in good health from head to toe. Proper foot care not only ensures healthy feet, but also overall better health.
Part of our lung health & smoking cessation programs, this in office test allows us to better understand how your lungs are working.
We have a Registered Dietitian available to answer questions and get you started on the path to healthy eating. Ask your Nurse Practitioner.
This includes childhood, adolescent, and adult immunization and of course, flu shots. Ask your Nurse Practitioner.
We have staff available to talk about high blood pressure, osteoporosis, asthma and more. Ask your Nurse Practitioner.
Diabetes education is available at the Sudbury District Nurse Practitioner Clinics. Education is provided individually or as a group. The program is open to anyone with diabetes, who is at risk for diabetes, or a caregiver for a person with diabetes. It may also be a chance to refresh your knowledge, or find out what’s new if you have not been to diabetes education in a while. The program is organized and run by our Dietitian who is available to guide you through diabetes and diabetes self-management. Remember that diabetes education is most effective when it’s ongoing, so ask about a visit.