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Winnipegosis

The Winnipegosis & District Health Centre and the Personal Care Home are affiliate (non-devolved) sites with Prairie Mountain Health.

 

Below is a list of health care services and facilities located in this community.

 

Services Provided

  • NO Acute/emergency services
  • Transitional Care
  • Inpatient Services
      - Palliative Care
  • Outpatient Services
      - Day Treatment
  • Community Rehabilitation Services  
  • Emergency Medical Services
       - Ambulance Station
  • Community Rehabilitation Services
      - Occupational Therapy
  • Home Care Servies
      - Services to Seniors
      - Meals on Wheels
      - Congregate Meals
      - In Home Services
  • Community Mental Health Services
  • Long Term Care Facility
  • Primary Health Care 
       - Family Physician Services/Clinics
  • Public Health Services  
  • MB Telehealth
 

Winnipegosis & District Health Centre
230 Bridge St.
Box 280
Winnipegosis, MB
R0L 2G0 

Phone: 204-656-4881  


Winnipegosis & District Personal Care Home
230 Bridge St.
Box 280
Winnipegosis, MB
R0L 2G0 
Phone: 204-656-4881  


Winnipegosis Community Health Services
230 Bridge St.
Box 280
Winnipegosis, MB
R0L 2G0 
Phone: 204-656-4881          

 
 
   
   
   

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