(Primary Care Services)
Appointments: (807) 223-7406
Nurse Practitioners are Registered Nurses with additional education and nursing experience. Primary health care NPs generally work in community settings and provide primary health care services to people of all ages. They work collaboratively with other health care providers to provide quality care for patients. Nurse Practitioners are able to provide individuals with health services in health promotion, preventative care screening, and chronic disease management.
Appointments with the Nurse Practitioners are booked one week at a time. Each Monday morning we start scheduling appointments for the current week. This means that you can be seen for your health care needs as you
Some examples of the types of health care services provided by our Nurse Practitioners include:
Diagnose and treat acute illnesses (eg. minor injuries, cough/cold)
Chronic disease management (eg. Diabetes/Hypertension)
General health & wellness
Referrals to other health care professionals (eg home care, specialists)
Drivers Medicals physicals
Patient counselling (eg. mental health & family planning)
Prescriptions / medications
Preventative screening (eg. cancer screening)
Order and review of blood work and diagnostic tests
Erin graduated from Lakehead University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN).
Erin's love of Northwestern Ontario kept her practicing in the area allowing her to experience nursing in several NWO communities including Thunder Bay, Atikokan, Red Lake, Balmertown, Ear Falls, several Northern Reserves and now most recently Dryden.
During Erin's career as an RN of 8 years instilled a diverse spectrum of knowledge through experience in Labour and Delivery, Emergency Care, Acute Care, Occupational Health and Safety and Primary Care.
In 2014, Erin decided to further her education and obtain her Nurse Practitioner Certificate, graduating 4 years ago, allowing greater access to services for the patients of the communities she serves.
Megan is a Nurse Practitioner and certified diabetes educator. She graduated with a Masters of Nursing in 2016 from the University of Manitoba and with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) in 2008 from the University of Western Ontario.
Megan is also working towards certification as a functional medicine practitioner (a personalized medical approach addressing root cause of illnesses). She is passionate about helping patients solve health issues through natural, lifestyle based approaches.
Outside of work, Megan enjoys spending time outdoors with her family, travelling, learning about health and longevity, and running.