New Patient Registration

Interested in becoming a patient of the Ingersoll Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic?

Our clinic accepts patients who reside in Oxford County and who do not have a primary care provider (physician or nurse practitioner).

Please note, as a result of COVID-19, the speed in which we are able to take on new patients is affected,  as the availability of the full range of services previously available to our patients.  Our upmost concern is the safety of our patients and our staff.   Physical distancing requirements limit the number of persons we can accommodate onsite at any given time.  Therefore, phone appointments and virtual care appointments are now part of our new normal.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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COVID-19 Important Update

Though it is not business as usual, the Ingersoll Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic is still here for you!

Appointments:

In order to address your health care concerns while following safety guidelines in these challenging times, most appointments will be completed by phone or virtual/ video conferencing.

Onsite appointments will be limited to those requiring a face to face assessment only.

Screening for COVID-19:

Persons who are concerned that they may have COVID-19 should complete the online assessment tool at: https://www.ontario.ca/page/2019-novel-coronavirus-covid-19-self-assessment

Patients may also complete the COVID-19 screening tool by phoning the Ingersoll NPLC and asking to speak to a nurse.

COVID-19 Testing:

The Ingersoll NPLC is now in a position to test patients who:

  • Screen Positive for COVID-19 or
  • Are a healthcare worker or caregiver who has been exposed to COVID-19, or
  • A person who works in a long-term care facility.

PPE:

The Ingersoll Nurse Practitioner Led Clinic follows the PPE guidelines outlined by Ontario Health and our perspective local Public Health Organization. If it is required facial coverings will be provided for patients who are having an in person appointment. If you have your own facial coverings such as a cloth mask, please wear it for your appointment

Your supplies could save lives.

Our front-line healthcare workers need your help. They need personal protective equipment (PPE), so they can continue to care for, and protect our community members. Your supplies could help save lives.

As part of a newly developed, County-wide response strategy to tackle the supply shortage, Oxford County’s healthcare partners are working together to collect and distribute donations of personal protective equipment (PPE) among all healthcare partners working in the Oxford County community.

This call for donations is being coordinated by the Oxford County Community Health Centre (OCCHC) and Oxford County’s Paramedic Services on behalf of hospitals, paramedics, long- term care workers, primary care physicians and other healthcare professionals.

Depending on supplies, donations will be distributed daily and weekly based on priority level and/or most urgent need within the community.

Our team has been working together in a cohesive and organized way since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic as part of Southwestern Public Health’s Emergency Control Group to help tackle necessary response measures within our community. We also want to thank the Ingersoll Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic and Builtbymike IT Services for offering administrative support to this initiative.

What do our front-line healthcare workers need?

  • Face masks – surgical masks / procedural masks / other types
  • Disposable isolation gowns
  • Shield masks & headbands / goggles
  • N95 masks & filters
  • Latex-free gloves – unopened packages preferred
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Cleaning agents and disinfectant wipes

Have supplies you can donate? Here’s how:

There are two ways you can get supplies to us: drop-off or pick-up. For either option, please connect with us ahead of time so we can keep track of inventory. Please contact donations@oxchc.ca or call 1-800-755-0394, ext. 3550.

You can drop-off at one of the following three locations:

Woodstock
Oxford County Paramedic Services
377 Mill St.
Blue drop-off bin. Please use back entrance off of Sales Dr. (accessed via Parkinson Rd. or Juliana Dr.)

Ingersoll
Alexandra Hospital
29 Noxon St.
Drop-off bin located at the east, rear loading dock at the hospital. 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. (Mon-Fri)

Tillsonburg
Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital
167 Rolph St.
Yellow drop-off bin located across the street from the hospital, in front of the staff parking lot.

We can pick-up:

Let us know your address and the quantity/type of items, and we will arrange a pick-up.

Thank you in advance for any supplies you may be able to donate. Together, we can protect our healthcare workers. Together, we can save lives.

For the most up-to-date information regarding PPE donations please visit www.oxfordppedonations.ca.

Stay healthy,

Randy Peltz
Executive Director
Oxford County Community Health Centre

Stephen Edwards
Deputy Chief
Oxford County Paramedic Services

On behalf of Southwestern Public Health (SWPH) Health System EOC

CMHA & OATS Walk-In Counselling Cancelled Until April 6, 2020

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
CMHA WALK IN COUNSELLING & OATS WALK -IN
ARE CANCELLED UNTIL APRIL 6 2020
Due to the COVD-19 Pandemic

We encourage all clients to access support through:

REACH OUT
https://reachout247.ca/
519 433-2023

CMHA Oxford
https://cmhaoxford.on.ca/

Information on additional online and phone counselling
resources are available on the Centre for Mental Health &
Addictions (CMHA) website
http://www.camh.ca/

Call for Applicants

PLEASE JOIN US!

INGERSOLL NURSE PRACTITIONER LED CLINIC BOARD OF DIRECTORS

In collaboration with the Clinical Director, Clinic Manager, staff and volunteers, the Board participates in the formulation and adoption of the Ingersoll Nurse Practitioner Led Clinic’s Mission, Vision and Values.
The Board of Directors is responsible for the overall governance of the affairs of the Ingersoll Nurse Practitioner Led Clinic.
If you are interested in this great opportunity, please complete a application/nomination form. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Prescription to Get Active

STEP 1: Talk to your Primary Care Network (PCN) doctor or health care professional about your Prescription To Get Active.

STEP 2: Visit our website to register your Prescription To Get Active and receive your own Getting Started 6-week program and valuable resources.

STEP 3: Start moving your way:

Option A: Get more active at home or outdoors within your community.

Option B: Take your Prescription To Get Active to one of our participating facilities to redeem the special offer they have arranged exclusively for you.

STEP 4: Maintain moving and much more.

Did you know that from a SINGLE session of activity (like short 10 minute walk) you can: Improve your mood, concentration, strength, endurance and posture, and help manage your blood sugar, cholesterol and blood pressure?

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