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Health Services

Goals for Our Health Programs

 1. Addresses the physical needs of the client and offers appropriate nursing care. 

 2. Recognizes that emotional and mental stability and health are an integral

     component of physical health and well-being. 

 3. Recognizes that as spiritual beings a healthy outlook is essential to physical and

     mental/emotional well being. 




Philosophy of Care

 The Community Outreach Nurse of the Health Services at Bethany Hope uses a model of nursing care that emphasizes relationship and the wholeness of body, mind and spirit.  

About Us

Buns in The Oven

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Family Health

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Buns in the Oven

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Buns in the Oven

  

Buns in the Oven is a weekly program for pregnant women. You can come to Buns in the Oven the moment you learn you are pregnant and stay until your child is six months old. Your partner is welcome to attend with you.



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What’s it all about?

Cooking and eating together, learning about pregnancy and babies, and free food to take home Our approach is casual and relaxed, no one is judged and it is a great chance to meet new friends. A healthy pregnancy helps to ensure the birth of a healthy infant. We offer a variety of supports: nutrition education, food, social support and health education. 

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When is it Offered?


This program is available at many sites across the city.   At BHC you can attend on Tuesdays from 1-3 pm.

Nutritional Assessment and Support

  

DEALING WITH PICKY EATERS?

CONCERNED ABOUT YOUR CHILD'S EATING HABITS OR GROWTH? 

INTERESTED IN CHANGING YOUR OWN EATING HABITS?


  

To speak to someone about your concerns contact:

Nourish Family Food Centre Coordinator                    Community Nurse
Dennise Yarema                                                               Cathryn Fortier
dennise_yarema@can.salvationarmy.org          cathryn_fortier@can.salvationarmy.org
613-725-1733 ext 202                                                     613-725-1733 ext 201

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Bruyere Family Health Clinic

YOUNG FAMILIES CAN NOW HAVE THEIR OWN FAMILY DOCTOR

 

When?

Fridays 9:00 am-12:00 pm

In 2014, Bruyère Family Health team launched an on-site clinic at Bethany Hope Centre increasing the centre's capacity to provide comprehensive health care for young families. These families often have difficulty finding a family doctor and have to access emergency rooms or walk-in clinics. Once a family is registered with the Clinic they are a patient with Bruyère for life and can continue on after leaving Bethany Hope Centre or access  a wide range of services at their other locations.

The clinic has a attending physician and a nurse practitioner and works in collaboration with the BHC Community Nurse.

Services include:

  • primary care of parents and children
  • prenatal care
  • vaccines 
  • weighing and measuring children
  • child development screens
  • referrals

How do I get to see the Doctor?
See the front desk to make an appointment or contact our Community Nurse.

Bethany Hope Centre Community Nurse

Cathryn Fortier, RN

cathryn_fortier@can.salvationarmy.org

613-725-1733 ext 201

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Health Team

Cathryn Fortier, RN

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BHC Community Nurse

Dr. Yolanda Turley

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Bruyere Family Health Team

Tawnya Shimiju, RN

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Bruyere Family Health Team

Our Partners

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