Welcome to Northern Neighbours NPLC
Become a Patient
To become a patient of the Northern Neighbours NPLC you must be a resident of White River or Pic Mobert to complete a registration form. You can access these forms by coming to the clinic and asking the receptionist or you can print them out and submit them through email, fax, or drop-off in person. Once your registration form is completed and submitted you will be contacted to attend an intake appointment.
Please contact the clinic or check the Services tab for more information.
The Northern Neighbours Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic is an organization committed to providing comprehensive primary health care to the residents of White River and Pic Mobert First Nation. Our employees will provide high quality health care services with a sense of warmth, pride, and caring facilitating optimal health and wellness.
- The patient is our primary focus
- We will treat all clients with respect and dignity regardless of their race, culture, or background
- Employees will function as an inter-professional team
- Employees will remain current in their respective field
Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinics (NPLCs) Stats
There are 25 NPLCs across the provice of Ontario. NPLCs are part of the government’s family healthcare strategy and were implemented to increase access to primary care for patients without a regular primary care provider.
Nurse practitioners assess, diagnose, treat and monitor a wide range of health problems using an evidence-based approach to their practice.
of Canadian respondents said they would be comfortable seeing an NP rather than an MD/FD according a survey conducted by Harris-Decima. NPs are overwhelmingly embraced by the public.
of those surveyed said they would be comfortable having an NP do Clinical Performance Examination (CPX) and “regular care.”
of those surveyed had been treated by an NP. Nurse practitioners assess, diagnose, treat and monitor a wide range of health problems using an evidence-based approach to their practice.
of those surveyed thought that expanding the NP role would be a good way to manage healthcare costs.