Call for Applicants



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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The flu shot is your best defense

The flu shot is your best defense

The flu shot is recommended for everyone 6 months old and older. It is:

  • safe (including for kids and if you are pregnant or breastfeeding)
  • free
  • proven to reduce the number of clinic visits, hospitalizations and deaths related to the flu
  • different each year because the virus changes frequently – so you need to get it every fall

Flu season typically runs from late fall to early spring. Be sure to get your shot as soon as it is available because it takes two weeks to take effect.

Tips to avoid getting – and spreading – the flu

Wash your hands often

  • even after getting the flu shot, washing with soap and water for at least 15 seconds helps keep the virus from spreading
  • if soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer (gel or wipes) with at least 60% alcohol

Cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze

  • use a tissue and throw it out rather than putting it in your pocket, on a desk or table
  • if you don’t have a tissue, cough into your upper sleeve

Don’t touch your face

the flu virus spreads when people with the flu cough, sneeze or talk and droplets enter your body through your eyes, nose or mouth

Reduce your Risk of Colorectal Cancer

There are some factors that increase the risk of colorectal cancer.

Some risks cannot be changed, such as age and family history.   There are also risk factors that can be changed. The following   actions may reduce the risk of colorectal cancer:

  • Limit alcohol consumption
  • Limit intake of red meat and avoid processed meat
  • Maintain a healthy body weight
  • Be physically active as part of everyday life
  • Eat a diet high in fibre (including vegetables and fruit)
  • Quit smoking and stop using tobacco products