Primary CareBuilding Healthy Communities | Respecting Traditional Values
About Our Primary Care Team
The Primary Care team consists of physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and a registered practical nurse. We provide holistic primary health care to our clientele taking into consideration the patient’s physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects.
The client receives regular ongoing health care which includes health promotion, disease prevention, and health maintenance. The client is considered a partner in his or her own health and plays an important role in the care plan, which enables him to be the best that he or she can be.
We monitor chronic illness, as well as see people on an urgent basis for episodic illness. Referrals are made to specialists by the physicians and the nurse practitioners if required.
Who We Serve
We are dedicated to equal access for quality health care for all Aboriginal, Metis and Inuit people in the Greater City of Sudbury, and individuals and families from our partner First Nations: Wahnapitae, Henvey Inlet, and Magnetawan.
In meeting our mandate and supporting traditional Aboriginal values, in honouring the ancestors and our seven generations, we have an intake process to access services of SKHC.
To schedule an appointment, please call us at 705-675-1596.
In case of an emergency after hours, please call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest walk in clinic.
- Menopause Group
- Prenatal Group
- Two Spirited Circle/LGBT Group
- Annual Pre-School Clinic
- Annual World Diabetes Day
- Breastfeeding Support
- Diabetes Care
- Flu Vaccine Clinic
- Foot Care (diabetic)
- OB/GYN Specialist – Dr. Jocko
- Pediatrics / Dermatology – Dr. Pluta
- Registered Massage Therapy
- Well Woman
Clinical Support (Client Centered)
- Co-Op Placements for High School
- Diabetes Education
- NOSM – Laurentian University Partnerships for Learners
- Ontario Telemedicine Network Equipped
- Primary Care Navigator
- Summer Youth Programs