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Enhancing Indigenous Health through partnership


Indigenous people in our community are sicker than non-Indigenous people. One reason for this is access to culturally safe primary care. Stronger links between primary care (family physicians, nurse practitioners) and acute care (hospital) can help. That’s why Anishnawbe Mushkiki Community Health and Wellness and Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre are working together.

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