About Community Health Centres

 

About Community Health Centres


The services at Community Health Centres (CHCs) are designed to help people in a community get health care and attend programs regardless of their life situation or financial status. CHCs promote and support basic elements of life that benefit our health, like dignified work, a clean environment, affordable housing, access to food, and good education.

CHCs offer a range of primary health care services and programs that promote better health in diverse communities across Ontario.

Community Health Centres are not-for-profit organizations and are governed by community boards.

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As a CHC, we follow the Model of Health and Wellbeing. When we look at your health, we view it as a whole piece rather than only physical health. Health does not simply mean the absence of being sick – it’s about feeling good physically, mentally, socially and spiritually. Attributes of the Model of Health and Wellbeing.


Learn about The Four Villages Community Health Centre’s services

We have many different types of health care providers at Four Villages. We have doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses, dietitians, chiropodists, foot care specialists, social workers, community health workers, occupational therapists and physiotherapists!

See one of our health care providers

After Hours Care

If you see a doctor or nurse practitioner at Four Villages and have an urgent health concern that cannot wait until the clinic opens, you can call our after-hours phone service for medical advice.

After hours answering service:
416‐604‐0640

One of our doctors will call back within 60 minutes to offer advice over the phone.

In an emergency go to your nearest hospital ER, or call 911.