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Learn more about Waasegiizhig Nanaandawe’iyewigamig, the things we do and all we have to offer through these videos.

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In addition to our downtown community garden, we offer workshops on planting, growing, and harvesting vegetables and other healthy foods. Contact one of our health promoters for more information at 1-888-MYWNHAC.

We offer an oral health program in area communities. Our focus is children’s oral health and diabetic health. Contact the dental hygienist or a health promoter for more information at 1-888-MYWNHAC.

We offer prenatal education, parenting skills, traditional life-cycle teachings, and child nutrition information in the form of workshops, one-on-one appointments and home visits.

At WNHAC, we take patient privacy very seriously. If you book an appointment with us, only your healthcare provider will know the reason for your visit.

 A Nurse Practitioner, or NP, is a registered nurse with additional education and experience. Also called a Registered Nurse, Extended Class or RN(EC), an NP can order and interpret diagnostic tests, communicate diagnoses, prescribe pharmaceuticals and perform specific procedures that a registered nurse cannot. They take a more wholistic approach, emphasize health promotion as well as illness/injury prevention, and complement rather than replace the care delivered by other health providers.

Health Link is a 24-hour, 7-days a week telephone information service. Staffed by registered nurses with the knowledge to provide answers over the phone to health care questions and guide you to the care you need. Call anytime (204) 788-8200 or toll-free 1-888-315-9257.

No referral is needed. Any Anishinaabe person with diabetes or pre-diabetes can access a diabetes provider directly by calling 1-888-MYWNHAC to make an appointment.

No, our diabetes team also provides regular clinics in Kenora area First Nation communities. Contact your health clinic or community health representative to see when the next diabetes clinic is scheduled in your community.

If you are Anishinaabe, 16 years of age or older, and could benefit from our culture-based healing program, you are eligible to participate in one of our Healing Lodge programs. For more information, call 1-888-MYWNHAC.

Please make sure your health card number, address, phone number, and email address are up to date, and let our receptionists know of any changes. If available, bring your medications or list of medications to your appointment. If a medical procedure is being completed, please bring your devices. 
Wait times are minimal!

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We constantly thrive to serve you to the best level of care and attention you deserve. At Waasegiizhig Nanaandawe’iyewigamig, you’re a stakeholder, you’re the heart of the organization and as such, we’d like to get your feedback. Please find our most recent surveys below and be sure to check our Impact section often to read about the insights they procured.

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