Primary Care and Allied Health

Individual, Family & Community Health

Are you looking for a primary care provider or allied health services?

Primary healthcare refers to a broad range of health services provided by medical professionals in the community. Your general practitioner (GP) is a primary healthcare provider, and so are nurses, pharmacists, and allied health providers like registered dieticians.

At Dilico Anishinabek Family Care we have Primary Care available. We have two physical clinics: one on Fort William First Nation, and one in the downtown city of Thunder Bay. While our Family Health Team, located at our Anemki site, consists of physicians, nurse practitioners, RPNs and a Social Worker; we also have a primary care team that travels across the Robinson Superior Treaty Area.

Additionally, we will do well-baby checks, foster parent medicals, and child welfare admissions
to those in care that do not currently have a family care provider.

We also hold weekly walk-in clinics at the Court street site on Monday from 9:30am – 11:30am and at the Anemki site, on Wednesday from 5pm to 8pm and Friday from
9:30am to 11:30am.

Appropriate visits for Walk in Clinic

Please visit the clinic for health care needs such as – 

  • General illness, e.g. vomiting, diarrhea
  • Coughs and colds
  • Fevers
  • Sore throats
  • Sore ears
  • Sore eyes
  • Pregnancy Test
  • Sexual Health Tests
  • TB Skin Tests
  • Notes for Return to Work/School
  • Wart Treatment
  • Skin conditions, e.g. Rashes, eczema
  • Urinary Tract Infections
  • Suture Removal


These services are not provided due to length of time required to perform as well as not having a medical history of the patient.

  • Mental Health meds (i.e. Anti-depressants, psychotropic meds)
  • Forms/Admissions Completion
  • Immunizations/Well Baby Checks
  • Medicals
  • Narcotics medication
  • Blood work
  • Pap Tests
  • Prescription renewals

    Services include:

    Specifically, we offer the following services and more:

    Family Doctor or Nurse Practitioner

    Medication Reviews

    Health Eating


    Addictions Medicine

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