Welcome to the Bramalea Community Health Centre Website
We're one of the latest additions to Ontario's vibrant network of Community Health Centres now growing across the province...
Our Goal in Bramalea: To build healthy individuals and families, as well as a healthier community.
To achieve this goal, we'll be working very closely with those we serve. Working in partnership with community members, and coordinating efforts with community based agencies, means we can maximize opportunities for improved health.
Many thanks to Bramalea's community leaders for all their passion, energy and ideas in creating our new centre. Services and programs are responding to what we've identified as Bramalea's most urgent health needs.
As we continue developing plans to improve health in Bramalea, we hope community members will continue providing guidance. For more information on becoming a member click here.
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.
News & Events
Job Posting - Managing Director, Four Corners Health Centre
We are seeking a Managing Director for our recently opened satellite in Malton - Four Corners Health Centre. See details
A New Home in Which to Bloom!
On April 1st, the Bloom Clinic, which has been operating out of 145 Queen Street East since it opened last year, will make its new home at Bramalea Community Health Centre (BCHC). Bloom Clinic serves individuals from across Peel who are living with chronic conditions such as HIV and Hepatitis C. It is one of several programs and services offered by BCHC, so bringing the clinic under our roof is a natural fit. View details
Need medical home visits?
We are taking new elderly patients requiring medical care services in their own homes.
Learn to Cook for your Diabetes
Flexible and evening hours. Always FREE! Certified Diabetes Educators 905-451-8090 ext 111.
There’s a Safe Space for Those with Hep C. Community Information Session Tuesday, January 29th.
C'ing Tomorrow is a free support and information program about Hepatitis C, by Regeneration Outreach Community and the Bloom Clinic. The program will take place weekly on Tuesdays at Grace United Church, 156 Main St. N. from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
On Tuesday, January 29, there will be a community information session at the Grace United Church, 156 Main St. N. from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. C’ing Tomorrow is free and no registration or referral is required. For more information, call 905-595-0570.
BCHC is currently looking for a part-time Dental Receptionist to join our team for 30 hours per week.
Need a Family Doctor?
We are taking new patients. View flyer
Need a Family Doctor?
CHCs are a Great Place
Learn about the Bramalea CHC Advantage for family physicians. Come for a visit today and meet the greatest team you will ever work with!
40 Finchgate Blvd, Suite 224
Brampton, ON L6T 3J1
Mon, Wed, Thu: 8am to 8pm
Tues: 1pm to 8pm
Fri: 8am to 4pm
Saturday: 8am to 12pm*
*Health n' Smiles:
8am to 12pm two Saturdays a month