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Contact Information
Office Phone Clinic 613-272-3302 * Programs 613-272-2799
Toll Free Phone 24 hours 1-888-998-9927
Fax 613-272-3463
Primary Contact Marty Crapper, Executive Director; Phone: 613-272-2799 ext 242; Email:
Alternate Contact Cheryl English, Director of Primary Health Care; Phone: 613-272-2799 ext 257
Volunteer Coordinator Emily Beelen, Health Promoter; Phone: 613-272-2799 ext 226
Address & Map
4319 Cove Rd
Portland, ON K0G 1V0
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Physical Access Fully Accessible
Description & Services
Description (Service) Provides primary health care services, education and health promotion including chronic disease prevention and management programs * teen health clinic * support groups: depression, diabetes * interdisciplinary team * volunteers 
* Mindfulness Meditation 
* Senior exercise 
* Early Years (including breastfeeding support) 
* Good Food Box 
* Community Kitchen 
* Walking and fitness programs  
* Youth (after-school programs, cooking sessions, childcare training and summer program)
Hours Mon, Wed, Fri 8 am-5 pm * Tue, Thu 8 am-7 pm
Meetings Teen health clinic: twice a week, Rideau District High School
Areas Served Elizabethtown-Kitley ; Leeds and the Thousand Islands - Rear of Leeds and Landsdowne ward only ; Rideau Lakes ; South Frontenac - parts ; Westport
Boundaries Elgin, Portland, Westport, Newboro, Delta, Lombardy, Morton, Crosby, Phillipsville, Forfar and surrounding area
Eligibility Ontario residents * Early years programs for parents/caregivers of children 6 years and under
Application Must register to receive primary health care services * drop in for community programs * drop in or call for application package
Languages English
Fees None
Other Details
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Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1987
Funding Provincial - Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Date Updated 24 Jul 2018
Service Categories Babysitting Instruction ; Breastfeeding Support Programs ; Community Health Centres ; Early Childhood Family Centres ; Food Preparation Facilities ; Good Food Boxes ; Health/Disability Related Support Groups ~ Diabetes ; Independent Spiritual Pursuits ; Physical Fitness ; Youth Enrichment Programs

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