• We provide quality
    health-care to people
    without a family doctor.

  • We treat you if you are sick,
    and focus on prevention
    to keep you healthy.

  • We partner with
    physicians, pharmacists
    and other professionals to
    provide you care.

  • We offer the same comprehensive
    health-care services as other
    family practice models.

  • Find out how you can apply
    to be a patient of our clinic.


COVID-19 Assessment Centre (Muskoka Update)

Two COVID-19 Assessment Centres are open in Muskoka.  Patient access to the Assessment Centres is by appointment only Monday through Friday, by referral from a health care provider. The Assessment Centres are not open for walk-in visits. The centres are located in Bracebridge at the Rotary Centre for Youth at 131 Wellington Street and in Huntsville at Building B of the Huntsville District Memorial Hospital campus, located on the right hand side of 100 Frank Miller Drive, as you approach the hospital behind the Howland Building. Click here for additional information.

NM NPLC COVID-19 Update 16-03-20 – Click to access memo

Additional Resources:

Government of Ontario – https://www.ontario.ca/page/2019-novel-coronavirus

Other helpful COVID-19 links (Community Ressources, Financial Support, Mental Health Support….)Found HERE


Welcome to the North Muskoka Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic

Nurse Practitioner-Led ClinicsNorth Muskoka Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic

Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinics are a new health care delivery model in which Nurse Practitioners are the lead providers of primary health care. These clinics were created to provide accessible, quality family health care services to people who do not have access to a regular health care provider.

What is a Nurse Practitioner?

A Nurse Practitioner is a Registered Nurse with advanced training and skills in the areas of health assessment, diagnosis and treatment of common episodic illnesses as well as chronic disease. The Nurse Practitioner works within a scope of practice set forth by the College of Nurses of Ontario. Their practice is based on a holistic approach and they work collaboratively with many other health professionals.

What Services Can Nurse Practitioners Provide?

– Diagnose and treat illness and/or injuries
– Perform physical check-ups
– Pap tests
– Immunizations
– Order and interpret diagnostic tests
– Write prescriptions and monitor chronic conditions
– Provide treatments and/or procedures
– Make referrals to specialists

A Team Based Approach

Our Clinic operates with a team based approach. In addition to four nurse practitioners, our health care team includes:

Registered Nurse: The Nurses will be using their full scope of practice. They will conduct health care assessments including meet and greet visits, focused assessments, pap tests, immunizations, lab tests, well baby, well mom and health promotion/education.

Registered Dietitian: The dietitian uses food and nutrition knowledge to provide practical advice to help promote health and wellness and manage chronic diseases.

Social Worker: The social worker provides counseling support to patients in our clinic addressing such issues as; depression, stress/anxiety, chronic illness/pain, grief/loss and poverty.

Dietitians – The Nutrition Experts

Our dietitian is here to give our patients food for thought. Nutrition can play a huge roll in prevention of disease and management of your overall health. Are you on track with your eating lifestyle? It’s not as hard as you might think, just ask our dietitian!   Book your appointment today!


Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events at this time.