North Lambton Community Health Centre is a non-profit organization comprised of four clinic sites in and around Sarnia, Ontario. The Centre is governed by a board of local citizens and funded by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care through the Erie-St. Clair Local Health Network. NLCHC’s multi-disciplinary team provides primary health care, health promotion and community development services. Populations served include seniors, First Nations people, farming families, low income people, youth at risk, people with moderate mental illness, and families with young children.
The NLCHC’s mission is to provide excellent people-centered care to the communities they serve. Clients using the North Lambton Community Centre work with a multi-disciplinary team of physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, social workers, and dietitians. Primary care services provided include assessments, diagnosis, treatment and referral to other health care professionals when required. NLCHC also offers 40 free health and prevention programs, many of them facilitated by a volunteer base of nearly 80 community members.
NLCHC is guided by the values of Excellence, Empowerment, Collaboration, and Health Equity, and the organization’s model of care incorporates the social determinants of health.
For more information, please visit North Lambton Community Health Centre.