Bramalea Community Health Centre, a member of the WellFort family, providing primary health care focusing health promotion and prevention to the residents of Bramalea since 2008. An interdisciplinary team of health professionals; physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, chiropodist, dietitian, physiotherapist, social worker collaborate to provide a holistic approach to health care to address, both health and social needs. Our approach to client service is client centered, open focused, which includes: fluid and mobile, anti-oppressive, asset based, open and accessible. We value diversity and we provide culturally competent care.
In addition, the Community Team of the Centre works closely with the local community and community leaders to identify and address issues that affect health at local level. Also, we work closely with local stakeholders to increase community capacity. Bramalea CHC provides support to local initiatives, build partnership, strong voice around community health and encourage volunteer engagement.
Many thanks to our community leaders for all their passion, energy and ideas in creating and supporting our centre. We would also like to thank Ontario's provincial government and the Central West LHIN who are funding our efforts. The Bramalea Community Health Centre is proud to be a part of our province's publicly funded health care system.
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