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Welcome to NPHWC

We are happy you found us!

NPHWC is a private Nurse Practitioner led clinic offering primary health care services for non-urgent medical concerns. Nurse Practitioners are Registered Nurses with additional education and experience who can diagnose and treat illnesses, order and interpret tests, prescribe medications, and treat a variety of health care conditions

across the lifespan.

NPHWC operates on a rotating evening and weekday schedule offering in-person and virtual appointments. We have a team of Nurse Practitioners that are happy to see new and returning clients. 

Online booking is our primary booking method. Nurse Practitioner schedules are updated monthly. Please click the book now link below to check for appointment availability. You are welcome to book with any available Nurse Practitioner. If you are unable to get an appointment please check back soon or avail of other options for access to medical care. 

Hours of Operation: 

Tuesday 2 pm - 9 pm

Wednesday 3 pm - 9 pm

Thursday 9 am - 5 pm 

Click the "Book Now" link below to schedule an appointment


If you are unable to utilize the online booking please call (709) 634-9292 during clinic times to speak with a receptionist. 

Browse our website for more information about what is offered at NPHWC.

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What is a Nurse Practitioner led clinic?

Nurse Practitioner Led clinics are an innovative model for delivery of comprehensive primary health care. The model is designed to improve access to care for the thousands of individuals and families who do not currently have a primary health-care provider or access to timely care. One of the unique aspects of the model is the incorporation of nursing leadership within a collaborative approach to primary care.

(NPAO, 2021)

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"NURSE PRACTITIONERS (NPs) IMPROVE TIMELY ACCESS TO HIGH-QUALITY, COST-EFFECTIVE CARE in a broad range of health-care models. Through their practice and collaboration with other health-care providers, NPs reduce pressure on the health-care system"

Canadian Nurses Association. (2017). The nurse practitioner [Position statement]. Ottawa.

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