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View Document Campbell River Physicians and Nurse Practitioners Currently Taking New Patients

Community Health Notice posted: 30-Sep-2019 9:30 AM PDT

Alder Medical Clinic - 277 Evergreen Road (250-287-7441): Dr. Jan Coetzee; Dr. Rizwan Salam; Dr. Tim Eckford (arriving soon); Dr. Janet Conrad; Gamer, Joanne
Cedar Street Medical Clinic - 480 - 10th Avenue (250-914-4322): Dr. Phillippa Houghton
Harbourside Medical Clinic - Quardra Island (250-285-2265): Dr. Omolola Kareem
Mountain View Medical Clinic - 111-A Dogwood Street (250-914-7830): Dr. Sameena Shah; Dr. Samra Nasir
Quadra Island Medical Clinic (250-285-3540): Dr. Steve Hughes
Quinsam Medical Group - 208, 400 Dogwood Street (250-286-0601): Dr. Ayorinde Dada
River City Medial Clinic - 1424-B Isl Hwy Superstore (250-287-2111): Dr.Shiubong Wong; Dr. Chidi Okereke
Seawatch Medical Clinic - 203, 2276 S Island Highway (250-923-1189): Dr. Aimen Salem
The Bridge Medical Clinic - 2207F Glenmore Road (778-420-0200): Dr. Nel Waitlist Available (Clinic will contact patient when physicians becomes available) Walk in clinic will see all patients
Cortes Medical Clinic - 941 Beasley Road, Mansons Landing (250-935-6718: Accepting New Patients to Clinic

North Island Medical Clinic (250-287-4599): Danielle Daigle, Nurse Practitioner


NOTE: Patients are advised to contact clinics directly. Information is only current as of September 30, 2019

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Aboriginal Family Learning Program

Presented in community locations, the Aboriginal Family Learning Program is open to everyone in Campbell River and the surrounding areas. With the support and wisdom of Aboriginal adults, this program focuses on and honours the cultural assets of its participants. Offering a family literacy program in three instructional formats; our facilitators assist learners in recognizing their personal skills and further explore how those skills may fit into the workplace and community. Through respectful interactions and peer modeling, learners are further encouraged to explore their connection to literacy education and promote workplace training opportunities.more info

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Campbell River Literacy Association
A121A-740 Robron Rd
, Campbell River, BC, V9W 6J7
Phone: (250) 923-1275
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