The Â Mashkûpimâtsît Awash program works with parents and young families so that they can improve their living situations.
Service available to clients with impairments or injuries that compromise mobility.
Allied Health refers to those areas that affect health and well-being, but which lie outside medical services.
Audiology is concerned with hearing and hearing loss, and audiologists can assess hearing, address hearing loss, and prevent related hearing damage
For pregnant women, infants and young children (birth to 9 years), and their families through a culturally safe and integrated services approach.
Breast cancer screening (mammography) checks for cancer in your breast before you or your doctor notice anything wrong.
The breastfeeding program provides information and support to breastfeeding mothers, including helping them to ensure successful breastfeeding.
Cervical cancer screening checks for signs of cervical precancer or cervical cancer before any symptoms appear.
The Chisasibi Elders’ Home is a 16-bed living environment that offers services adapted to the residents’ needs and interests, where they enjoy high
For adults over the age of 30 by offering appropriate services in communities, CMCs and MSDCs.
The FIT test checks for tiny amounts of blood in your stool, which in some cases can be an early sign of colon cancer.
CRDS is responsible for ensuring that people from Eeyou Istchee have access to specialized services, whether on territory or in the South.
Cree Foster Care Resources Program is designed to provide a safe and secure home environment for all in need of a foster home.
The Cree Neurodevelopmental Diagnostic Clinic (CNDC) is a regional mobile clinic that assesses youth for the possible presence of a disability.
People who are registered beneficiaries of the JBNQA, and who are living in Eeyou Istchee have access to additional medical benefits.
Current Services are services offered in all communities of Eeyou Istchee when you call or arrive at your CMC or, in Chisasibi, the regional hospit
The Dental and Oral Health Program organizes and carries out activities and initiatives to prevent tooth decay and to support oral health.
Dental professionals – including dentists, hygienists and dental specialists – clean teeth, fill cavities, extract teeth, provide dentures, perform
Supporting people with disabilities who experience significant and persistent limitations as a result.
General Internal Medicine (GIM) doctors are specialists on all parts of the body and provide care for chronic diseases.
The program is for couples planning to have a child, women of childbearing age, men considering parenthood, and people with a family history of CLE