Norfolk Family Health Team - Norfolkfht

Norfolk Family Health Team - Norfolkfht Family Health Teams are health care organizations that include a team of family physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, and other professionals who work together to provide health care for their community.

Delhi Family Health Team After Hours

Time: 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

When: Monday through Thursday

Seasonal Agriculture Workers Clinics

Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Phone: 519-582-2323 Ext. 269 to book an appointment. ABSOLUTELY NO WALK-IN APPOINTMENTS!

Operating as usual

07/01/2021

This Canada Day presents an opportunity for reflection.

July 1 presents an opportunity to approach these matters in a spirit of openness and honesty as we seek to reconcile these injustices and through education, understanding and change, translate them into a brighter future for all Canadians 🧡

#everychildmatters #WEREMEMEBER #canadaday

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06/25/2021

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VACCINE POP UP CLINIC— Still spots available in Caledonia and Delhi for June 26th. First doses for anyone 12+. Second doses for anyone who was vaccinated on or before May 9th, 2021. For more info about eligibility and to book a time, visit https://bit.ly/2RqpueO 💉

Get your tickets! ⛲️
06/24/2021

Get your tickets! ⛲️

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06/24/2021

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VACCINE POP UP CLINICS—
💉 Friday, June 25th at the Dunnville Community Lifespan Centre
💉Saturday, June 26th at Gateway Church, Caledonia
💉 Saturday, June 26th at the Delhi Community Centre Arena
💉Sunday, June 27th at The AUD in Simcoe
For more info https://bit.ly/2RqpueO

We are continuing to call the individuals who had their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine with the NFHT to schedule the...
06/21/2021

We are continuing to call the individuals who had their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine with the NFHT to schedule their appointment.

All individuals who had their first dose on or prior to May 9th are now eligible for a second dose.

We are continuing to call the individuals who had their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine with the NFHT to schedule their appointment.

All individuals who had their first dose on or prior to May 9th are now eligible for a second dose.

06/20/2021
Do you know the signs and symptoms of a stroke❓A stroke occurs when blood stops flowing to any part of the brain, damagi...
06/16/2021

Do you know the signs and symptoms of a stroke❓

A stroke occurs when blood stops flowing to any part of the brain, damaging brain cells.

After the onset of acute stroke, approximately 2 million brain cells die every minute. It is a medical emergency and requires the right care, RIGHT AWAY‼️

#StrokeAwarenessMonth

June is Stroke Awareness Month. A stroke happens when blood stops flowing to any part of your brain, damaging brain cells.

Learn about the FAST warning signs to determine if you or someone you know is suffering a stroke. Acting fast can help save a life. https://bit.ly/3bCrN56

Bookings available!
06/16/2021

Bookings available!

VACCINE POP UP CLINIC— Cayuga. Friday, June 18th. Second doses for 70+ and anyone who was vaccinated on or before April 18, 2021. For more info about eligibility and to book a time, visit https://bit.ly/2RqpueO 💉 Clinic administers the Pfizer vaccine.

Additional clinics opened! Call or go online to book!
06/10/2021

Additional clinics opened! Call or go online to book!

Additional COVID-19 vaccine clinics spots at all HNHU clinics available for first doses 12+ or second doses for those 70+ or that have had their first dose on or before Apr.18. Visit http://ontario.ca/bookvaccine or call 1-833-943-3900 to book.

Every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 5 pm to 8 pm. Translation if needed. Walk-Ins accepted but scheduled appointment...
06/09/2021

Every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 5 pm to 8 pm. Translation if needed. Walk-Ins accepted but scheduled appointments are preferred.

Seasonal Agriculture Worker Clinics (SAWC) start on Tuesday, April 27, 2021. Clinics will run every Tuesday and Thursday from 5PM to 8PM right through until the end of October 2021.

Physician, nurse practitioners, translators and administrative staff provide primary health care services such as:

•prevention, education and treatment of common acute/chronic diseases
•basic work related injuries
•referrals to/coordination with other levels of care (such as hospitals and specialist care)
•renewal of medications
•health promotion and health maintenance
•disease prevention

Please call (519) 582-2323 ext 269 to schedule an appointment.

06/09/2021

Did you get your COVID-19 vaccine and either misplaced or never got a receipt? You can retrieve your vaccine receipts by visiting https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca/ Have your health card on hand.

If you received your first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine with the Norfolk Family Health Team (NFHT) we will be ca...
06/08/2021

If you received your first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine with the Norfolk Family Health Team (NFHT) we will be calling you over the next few weeks with your second dose appointment.

All individuals who had their first dose with the NFHT prior to April 18, 2021 will be scheduled first.

If you received your first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine with the Norfolk Family Health Team (NFHT) we will be calling you over the next few weeks with your second dose appointment.

All individuals who had their first dose with the NFHT prior to April 18, 2021 will be scheduled first.

Happening this Thursday! Sign up today.
06/08/2021

Happening this Thursday! Sign up today.

Happening this Thursday! Sign up today.

🌻🏕As summer approaches, here are some tips to enjoy the sun safely! 🥤 ☀️Check UV Index daily. When the UV Index reaches ...
06/07/2021
My CancerIQ

🌻🏕As summer approaches, here are some tips to enjoy the sun safely! 🥤

☀️Check UV Index daily. When the UV Index reaches 3 or more, you need to be extra careful to protect your skin. In general, the UV Index in Canada can be 3 or more from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. between April and September, even when it’s cloudy.
🏖 Seek shade or bring your own.
🏊 Cover up as much of your skin as you can with tightly woven or UV-protective labelled clothing. Clothes provide better protection than sunscreen.
👒 Wear a wide brimmed hat that covers your head, face, ears and neck.
😎 Wear close fitting sunglasses with UVA and UVB protection in a wraparound style. The label might have UV 400 or 100% UV protection on it.
🧴 Apply broad spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 30 properly. Use a lip balm with SPF and reapply when needed.
🥵 Don’t use indoor tanning. Tanning beds and sun lamps release UV rays that can damage skin, cause sunburn and increase the risk of skin cancer.

For a personalized approach to help reduce your risk of melanoma or other cancers, visit My CancerIQ.
This website allows people in Ontario to complete risk assessment questionnaires for melanoma, female breast, cervical, colorectal, kidney and lung cancers, and provides personalized action plans containing information about cancer prevention and credible behaviour change resources.

https://www.mycanceriq.ca

Do you know your risk of cancer? Assess your risk in minutes with My CancerIQ and get your action plan from Cancer Care Ontario https://www.mycanceriq.ca

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06/04/2021

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VACCINE POP UP CLINIC- 600 spots on Monday, June 7th in Cayuga. Second doses for 70+ and anyone who was vaccinated on or before April 18, 2021. Visit https://bit.ly/3uTiAMw and select "Cayuga Memorial Arena-June 7" and select a time. 💉 Clinic administers the Pfizer vaccine.

Anyone looking for something to do or volunteer hours?
06/03/2021

Anyone looking for something to do or volunteer hours?

The HNHU is looking for volunteers to help out at the COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Cayuga. Duties would be non-clinical in nature and include screening, ensuring use of hand sanitizer and physical distancing, directing people to registration or immunization stations, and cleaning chairs and hi-touch areas as needed. (Please note we are only taking 18+ at this time) Interested? Please visit https://bit.ly/3fNMyh2

Photos from Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit's post
06/03/2021

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👩‍⚕️ Kristie Jones, nurse practitioner with the Sexual Health Program was featured in the Cancer Won’t Wait Newsletter.“...
06/02/2021

👩‍⚕️ Kristie Jones, nurse practitioner with the Sexual Health Program was featured in the Cancer Won’t Wait Newsletter.

“THE NORFOLK FAMILY HEALTH TEAM is committed to increasing vaccine coverage rates for Human Papillomavirus (HPV), both for our rostered patients, and for the larger community. The Family Health Team has instituted measures to increase discussions about the HPV vaccine with the goal of increasing vaccine uptake.”

Follow the link to read the full article.
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https://fmwc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Cancer-Wont-Wait-Newsletter4_EN_MAY2021.pdf

#norfolkfht.ca #HPVAwareness #CancerWontWait #sexualhealth

👩‍⚕️ Kristie Jones, nurse practitioner with the Sexual Health Program was featured in the Cancer Won’t Wait Newsletter.

“THE NORFOLK FAMILY HEALTH TEAM is committed to increasing vaccine coverage rates for Human Papillomavirus (HPV), both for our rostered patients, and for the larger community. The Family Health Team has instituted measures to increase discussions about the HPV vaccine with the goal of increasing vaccine uptake.”

Follow the link to read the full article.
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https://fmwc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Cancer-Wont-Wait-Newsletter4_EN_MAY2021.pdf

#norfolkfht.ca #HPVAwareness #CancerWontWait #sexualhealth

Today is a very sad and difficult day in the shared history of this nation.Let us remember the children 🧡
05/31/2021

Today is a very sad and difficult day in the shared history of this nation.

Let us remember the children 🧡

Let's remember those binooji tomorrow with Teddy Bears.😞

The Norfolk Family Health Team is hiring! We are recruiting for the following job positions:- Registered Practical Nurse...
05/29/2021

The Norfolk Family Health Team is hiring! We are recruiting for the following job positions:

- Registered Practical Nurse, PFT Non Cancer Pain Management Program
- Casual Medical Office Assistant
- Registered Social worker, 1 year contract

Visit our website to learn more: https://www.norfolkfht.ca

or

https://ca.indeed.com/m/

The Norfolk Family Health Team is hiring! We are recruiting for the following job positions:

- Registered Practical Nurse, PFT Non Cancer Pain Management Program
- Casual Medical Office Assistant
- Registered Social worker, 1 year contract

Visit our website to learn more: https://www.norfolkfht.ca

or

https://ca.indeed.com/m/

05/28/2021
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Pregnant individuals are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Ontario, and now have a decision to make about getting vaccinated while pregnant. Making sense of information from various sources can be difficult. There is an urgent need to deliver COVID-19 messages from reliable sources of information and empower individuals to make an informed choice.

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05/27/2021

Seasonal Agriculture Worker Clinics (SAWC) start on Tuesday, April 27, 2021. Clinics will run every Tuesday and Thursday from 5PM to 8PM right through until the end of October 2021.

Physician, nurse practitioners, translators and administrative staff provide primary health care services such as:

•prevention, education and treatment of common acute/chronic diseases
•basic work related injuries
•referrals to/coordination with other levels of care (such as hospitals and specialist care)
•renewal of medications
•health promotion and health maintenance
•disease prevention

Please call (519) 582-2323 ext 269 to schedule an appointment.

🤰 Are you expecting a wee one in the near future or looking for more support and information on breastfeeding?Join Shann...
05/27/2021

🤰 Are you expecting a wee one in the near future or looking for more support and information on breastfeeding?

Join Shannon the 2nd Saturday every month!

⬇️ Details below to register ⬇️

🤰 Are you expecting a wee one in the near future or looking for more support and information on breastfeeding?

Join Shannon the 2nd Saturday every month!

⬇️ Details below to register ⬇️

NO TICK IS A GOOD TICK‼️🏕 Any tick that will bite a human may carry various infectious pathogens. Ticks will feed on var...
05/26/2021

NO TICK IS A GOOD TICK‼️

🏕 Any tick that will bite a human may carry various infectious pathogens. Ticks will feed on various wild animals picking up infectious pathogens.

🌳Lyme disease is a borreliosis caused by borrelia bacteria, which commonly infects animals like birds, mice, other small rodents, and deer. Ticks pick up the bacteria by biting infected animals, and then pass it on to other animals, including human hosts. There are many strains or genospecies of borrelia that cause Lyme disease (borreliosis) in humans just as there are many strains of the flu virus that cause flu symptoms in humans, with some strains more virulent than others.

3️⃣ stages of Lyme:

Stage 1️⃣: Early infection (first few days after infection)
Stage 2️⃣: Infection spreads (days to weeks following infection)
Stage 3️⃣: Chronic Lyme (days to weeks after infection if left untreated, or not properly treated, for months/years after infection)

🏥 Lyme disease is most treatable during Stage 1. As time passes, both treatment and diagnosis become more difficult. Symptoms worsen during each stage of infection, ranging from flu-like symptoms to neurological illnesses, including paralysis. With chronic Lyme disease there is not one system of the body that can be unaffected…

🇨🇦 Lyme disease is on the rise in Canada. Decrease your risk of infection by taking preventative action and learning more about Lyme.

#dfht #lymediseaseawarenessmonth #tickseason

NO TICK IS A GOOD TICK‼️

🏕 Any tick that will bite a human may carry various infectious pathogens. Ticks will feed on various wild animals picking up infectious pathogens.

🌳Lyme disease is a borreliosis caused by borrelia bacteria, which commonly infects animals like birds, mice, other small rodents, and deer. Ticks pick up the bacteria by biting infected animals, and then pass it on to other animals, including human hosts. There are many strains or genospecies of borrelia that cause Lyme disease (borreliosis) in humans just as there are many strains of the flu virus that cause flu symptoms in humans, with some strains more virulent than others.

3️⃣ stages of Lyme:

Stage 1️⃣: Early infection (first few days after infection)
Stage 2️⃣: Infection spreads (days to weeks following infection)
Stage 3️⃣: Chronic Lyme (days to weeks after infection if left untreated, or not properly treated, for months/years after infection)

🏥 Lyme disease is most treatable during Stage 1. As time passes, both treatment and diagnosis become more difficult. Symptoms worsen during each stage of infection, ranging from flu-like symptoms to neurological illnesses, including paralysis. With chronic Lyme disease there is not one system of the body that can be unaffected…

🇨🇦 Lyme disease is on the rise in Canada. Decrease your risk of infection by taking preventative action and learning more about Lyme.

#dfht #lymediseaseawarenessmonth #tickseason

We have been bombarded with negativity over the last year but we still have a lot to be grateful for.Learn how practicin...
05/25/2021

We have been bombarded with negativity over the last year but we still have a lot to be grateful for.

Learn how practicing gratitude which can help with your emotional and physical health!

Details below to register.

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We have been bombarded with negativity over the last year but we still have a lot to be grateful for.

Learn how practicing gratitude which can help with your emotional and physical health!

Details below to register.

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05/18/2021

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Read the latest Community Vaccine Update for details on vaccine eligibility (now 18+), second doses and more: https://bit.ly/2QgZYrf.

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05/12/2021

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Over 50% of adults aged 18 and over in Ontario have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine! news.ontario.ca/en/release/1000114/over-50-per-cent-of-ontario-adults-receive-first-dose-of-covid-19-vaccine

Learn more about eligibility and where to get vaccinated at: covid-19.ontario.ca/ontarios-covid-19-vaccination-plan#phase-2.

👩‍⚕️ Nurses have been working determinedly for over a year to protect the health of our communities. As we commemorate a...
05/11/2021

👩‍⚕️ Nurses have been working determinedly for over a year to protect the health of our communities. As we commemorate another National Nursing Week during a global pandemic, we honour expertise, commitment, and the personal sacrifices nurses have made.

🩺 Despite the challenges and the personal toll, they continue to persist, because as nurses you know that your skills are needed!

“Thank you” feels inadequate.

💪 Nurses are leaders and advocates, strong and resilient.

❤️ Happy Nurses Week ❤️

#dfht #NursesWeek2021 #WeAnswerTheCall

👩‍⚕️ Nurses have been working determinedly for over a year to protect the health of our communities. As we commemorate another National Nursing Week during a global pandemic, we honour expertise, commitment, and the personal sacrifices nurses have made.

🩺 Despite the challenges and the personal toll, they continue to persist, because as nurses you know that your skills are needed!

“Thank you” feels inadequate.

💪 Nurses are leaders and advocates, strong and resilient.

❤️ Happy Nurses Week ❤️

#dfht #NursesWeek2021 #WeAnswerTheCall

🧡 We painted the halls orange today to help raise awareness about the Match4Shannon campaign. Over 1,000 people register...
05/10/2021

🧡 We painted the halls orange today to help raise awareness about the Match4Shannon campaign. Over 1,000 people registered as a stem cell donor because of the campaign and because of this awareness Shannon will help many Canadian patients who require lifesaving stem cell transplants.

On any given day, Canadian Blood Services Stem Cell Registry searches on behalf of hundreds of patients in Canada in need of a lifesaving stem cell transplant. Every new registrant brings hope to those waiting. Through this registry, they connect those whose life depends on the sincere generosity of volunteer stem cell donors. 🧡

For more information, please go to the website

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https://www.blood.ca/en/stemcells/donating-stemcells/how-stemcell-donation-works?%2A=&gclid=Cj0KCQjws-OEBhCkARIsAPhOkIbHYVjlq8DElVlLAOl4Tv5WwQ1q42bslDh057cGmLnjUsJ5hziutK4aAhEjEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds

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105 Main Street
Delhi, ON
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Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 09:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 09:00 - 16:30
Thursday 09:00 - 16:30
Friday 09:00 - 16:30
Saturday 09:00 - 12:00

Telephone

+15195822323

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Programs and services:
Foot Care
Chronic Non Cancer Pain Management Program (CNCPMP)
Quit Smoking Program
Respiratory Program
Mental Health Services
Nursing Clinics
Pre-Diabetes and Diabetic Program
Medication Reconciliation Program
Healthy You Program (Registered Dietician)
Midwifery: Prenatal and Newborn Health Program
Seasonal Agriculture Worker (SAW) Program
Delhi Walking Group
Sexual Health Clinics

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