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Interpreter Services Coordinator is Emily King (eking@slmhc.on.ca)
Organization: Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre  
Phone Numbers: 807-737-3030
Fax: 807-737-5127
Email: info@slmhc.on.ca
Website: www.slmhc.on.ca
Address:
PO Box 909
Sioux Lookout, ON
P8T 1B4
Street
Address
:
1 Meno Ya Win Way
Sioux Lookout
 
Intersection: Meno Ya Win Way and 7th Ave
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Office: Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm
Reception: Mon-Sun 7 am-7 pm
Admitting/Registration: Mon-Fri 6:30 am-4 pm
Emergency Services: Mon-Sun 24 hours
Executives: Heather Lee - Vice-President, Health Services and Chief Nursing Executive
807-737-3030 ext 6577 * hlee@slmhc.on.ca
Susan Anderson - Director, Patient Care Services
807-737-6574 * suanderson@slmhc.on.ca
Service Description: Operates a fully-accredited, combined 41 acute care and 5 chronic care bed health care facility

Located in the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre on Meno Ya Win Way

Operates a fully-accredited, combined 60-bed acute care and 20-bed long term care health care facility
  • Administers the William A 'Bill' George Extended Care Facility

Services include:
  • Acute care services
  • Ambulatory care
  • Chemotherapy
  • Cardio pulmonary, stress testing and pulmonary function tests
  • Complex continuing care
  • Day surgery
  • Dialysis unit (on-site provided by Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre)
  • Diagnostic imaging (x-rays, mammography, ultrasound, CT scans)
  • Emergency Department
  • Infection control
  • Land and air ambulance services
  • Nutrition services
  • Obstetrics and maternity
  • Operating room and surgery
  • Rehabilitation
  • Ultrasound unit (includes mobile services in 17 First Nation communities)

Programs include:
  • Assault Care and Treatment Program (ACT)
  • Foundation
  • Mental Health and Addictions Services
  • Mental Health and Addictions Services, Day Program
  • Odotsemag (Health Choices for Healthy Babies) Program
  • Outpatient Withdrawal Management Program
  • Stroke Prevention Clinic
  • Telemedicine (Telehealth Program)
  • Traditional Healing, Medicine, Foods and Support Program

Interpreter Services
  • Provides interpreter services at Meno Ya Win Health Centre and William "Bill" George Extended Care Facility in the Oji-Cree, Ojibway and Cree languages
  • Offers oral interpretation and written translation services (filling out forms etc)

Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN)
  • Provides access to specialized medical care using videoconferencing and other tele-diagnostic equipment
  • Allows specialists to remotely examine and prescribe treatments to patients in their home communities
  • Reduces the need to travel to receive care

  • Assault Care and Treatment Program (ACT)
  • Community Counselling and Addictions Services
  • Community Counselling and Addictions Services, Day Program
  • Foundation
  • Odotsemag (Health Choices for Healthy Babies) Program
  • Traditional Healing, Medicine, Foods and Support Program
  • Withdrawal Management Program

Interpreter Services - Interpreter services available at Meno Ya Win Health Centre and William "Bill" George Extended Care Facility * offers oral interpretation and written translation (filling out forms) services

Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) -
Access to specialized medical care using videoconferencing and other tele-diagnostic equipment* allows specialists to remotely examine and prescribe treatments to patients in their home communities * reduces the need to travel to receive care

Fees: None
Application: No application process
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Must provide proof of valid provincial health care coverage
Languages: English ; Interpretive Services
Language Note: Oji-Cree, Ojibway, and Cree interpretation and translation services available
Area(s) Served: Sioux Lookout and area
See Also: Ambulances
Cancer Treatment Centres
Childbirth
Diagnostic Imaging Clinics
Diet, Nutrition and Weight Control
Emergency Departments
Health Centres and Programs for Indigenous Peoples
Heart Disease
Hospitals
Kidney Disease
Lung and Respiratory Conditions

This information was last completely updated on March 7, 2016

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