What is Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic?

The Huronia Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic provides primary health care and allied health care services to the local community.

Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinics in Ontario are a healthcare delivery model funded by Ontario Health and are providing care in over twenty communities across Ontario. Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinics are primary health care organizations that provide accessible, client centered, team-based primary care services to anyone. Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinics improve the quality of care through enhanced health promotion, disease prevention, mental health care and chronic disease management.

Mission, Vision & Values

Our Mission

To provide timely access to quality-based primary health care that is centered on the needs of individuals, their families and their community.  Our goal is to provide our clients with an exceptional experience with a team who takes the time to care.

Our Vision

Improving Health Together

Our Values

People Centered:  Service is provided in a manner that is responsive to the needs of the client and their family. Clients feel they are heard and take an active role in their care planning and decision making.

Inclusive: We respect and value ourselves and others.

Innovative and Transformative: We embrace change and new ideas and collaborate with our partners in care.

Land Acknowledgement

The Huronia Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic acknowledges that we are situated on the traditional land of the Anishnaabek (A- nish- in- aa- beh) people, and ancestral territory of the Huron-Wendat. The Anishnaabek include the Odawa [Oh-DAH-wah], Ojibwe [O-jib-we] and Pottawatomi [boh-tah-WAH-toh-mee] nations, collectively known as the Three Fires Confederacy. It continues today as the home for diverse Indigenous Peoples including the historic Métis Community in Penetanguishene.

The Anishnaabek people continue to have an enduring relationship with this land, specifically the Chippewas of Rama First Nation, the Chippewa TriCouncil and the Williams Treaties First Nations. The Huron-Wendat Nation also continues to pay respect and protect their ancestors and heritage on this land.

We honour the Indigenous history and culture that has thrived for millennia in this territory and the Treaties that bind us together as partners in the spirit of a shared sustainable and prosperous future. We are all Treaty People. Our commitment begins with acknowledging the Truth so that we can move forward together towards Reconciliation.