The Barrie Community Health Centre (BCHC) is a publicly funded resource that offers community-focused health promotion, illness prevention and primary health care services, encouraging personal responsibility for one’s own health and that of the community. Find out more......
Nurse practitioners are nurses who have extra training that allows them to diagnose and treat common diseases/illnesses and injuries. A primary care nurse practitioner has the training and skills to provide primary health care to all ages.
The BCHC has now completed the strategic planning process with the Board endorsing a new vision, values and strategy map at the April 2014 Board meeting. throughout 2013, the internal and external stakeholder consultations and a comprehensive environmental scan enabled the board to develop new strategic themes to assist with realization of the vision and mission.
A healthy and engaged community
BCHC “encourages personal responsibility for one’s own health and that of the community through health promotion, illness prevention, chronic disease management and integrated primary health care”
At BCHC, we value:
Quality and Excellence
Our 2014-2017 Strategic Themes:
Equity-driven and people-centered health care
Enhanced health outcomes
Responsive community outreach
Collaboration and innovative partnerships
Effectual organizational governance
The Allied Health Team works as part of the interprofessional team along with the physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses and diabetes educators to assist in improving your health. The Allied Health Team consists of Physiotherapists, Social Workers, and a Registered Dietitian. All members of the team are Regulated Health Professionals. Referrals are usually made by a doctor or nurse practitioner but clients may also self refer.