Sudbury District Nurse Practitioner Clinics

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200 Larch Virtual Tour is now live!

Visit our new community hub at 200 Larch Street! Watch here .

We created 200 Larch with the goal to address mental health, addictions, and homelessness concerns downtown.

Join Mayor Brian Bigger, CMHA-Sudbury/Manitoulin CEO Patty MacDonald, CMHA-Sudbury/Manitoulin Board Vice-Chair Renée Fuchs, Cindy Rose, Manager of Harm Reduction & Shelter Services and Jennifer Clement from the Sudbury District Nurse Practitioners clinic for the virtual tour.

We know that when services are provided at the right time and the right place, it has a positive impact on the health and safety of our entire community.


La visite virtuelle est maintenant en direct!

Faites une visite virtuelle du nouveau carrefour communautaire situé à la Place 200, rue Larch! Regardez ici .

Joignez-vous au maire Brian Bigger, à Patty MacDonald, directrice générale de l’ACSM de Sudbury/Manitoulin, à Renée Fuchs, vice-présidente du conseil d’administration de l’ACSM de Sudbury/Manitoulin, à Cindy Rose, gestionnaire des services de réduction des méfaits et d’abri, et à Jennifer Clement de la Clinique dirigée par du personnel infirmier praticien de Sudbury pour la visite virtuelle.

Nous savons que lorsque les services sont fournis au bon moment et au bon endroit, ils ont une incidence positive sur la santé et la sécurité de toute notre collectivité.


In the News

The Lively office will be served by two NPs, a social worker and a dietitian. A doctor works a day and a half out of the clinic and a pharmacist spends about a day there.

Butcher and Heale first appealed to then Health Minister George Smitherman about four years ago with an idea for primary health-care clinics run by nurse practitioners in Sudbury, many of whom were unemployed.

NPs work with some physicians and in family health teams, but this was the first model in which the clinics were actually run by nurse practitioners.

When Premier Dalton McGuinty visited the NP clinic on Riverside, he called it the future of health care. The next day, his government approved funding for another two dozen NP-led clinics.

Local councillor Jacques Barbeau attended the official opening, as did Greater Sudbury Mayor John Rodriguez. Both credited Butcher and Heale for coming up with an innovative idea and running with it.

"This is the real deal," said Barbeau about the nurse practitioner clinic. "This model is here to stay."

The Lively site is housed in the former satellite office of the police service. It includes several consultation rooms and offices and a large meeting room and kitchen in the basement, of which Heale is particularly proud.

Butcher said thousands of formerly orphan patients in Sudbury now have access to primary health care because of the NP clinics.

A patient satisfaction survey done of the clinics shows that 96% of patients are very satisfied or satisfied with the type of care they are receiving. More than 85% are happy that they are waiting less time for appointments than they were at previous medical practices.

For information about the clinics, phone 671-1661 or visit

Originally published in The Sudbury Star

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