How do I access Wiichihiituwin (CPS) services?
- You must be a Cree beneficiary, listed under the JBNQA and living in the community. If you are not living on the territory, contact the CMC where you are a band member
- Patients and escorts must have a valid Quebec health (RAMQ) card or temporary attestation with them at all times.
- You must have a referral from a CBHSSJB doctor for your outside medical visit.
Your journey with Wiichihiituwin (CPS)
Steps to take before you leave for medical travel with Wiichihiituwin (CPS)
Information for planning your trip for medical care outside Eeyou Istchee.
Information about lodging and meals when travelling with Wiichihiituwin (CPS)
How to fill your prescription when travelling with Wiichihiituwin (CPS)
Rehab services available when travelling with Wiichihiituwin (CPS)
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions for Wiichihiituwin clients and escorts.
Phone numbers to reach Wiichihituwin (CPS) and Air Creebec.
Nii Helen Belanger, Director of Wiichihiituwin (CPS). I am thankful for the chance to lead a dedicated group of employees at Wiichihiituwin. We deliver support services to the people of Eeyou Istchee who need health care outside the region. We arrange appointments, travel, food and lodging for our clients. We do this in a professional and respectful way.
Our offices in Chisasibi, Chibougamau, Val-d’Or and Montreal work together to help you to navigate the medical system outside of Eeyou Istchee.
We are working hard to support you the best way we can.
Please note that for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic the Cree Health Board has imposed new health and safety measures for medical travel. These measures are subject to change. Please visit our COVID-19 page for the latest updates.
Remember to bring your proof of COVID-19 vaccination.