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Organization: North East Community Care Access Centre (NECCAC)  
Phone Numbers: 705-522-3461
Toll-Free: 1-800-461-2919
Teletype: 711 (Ask operator for 1-888-533-2222)
Fax: 705-522-3855
Placement: 1-855-893-0803
Website: www.healthcareathome.ca
Address:
Rainbow Centre
40 Elm St, Ste 41-C
Sudbury, ON
P3C 1S8
Intersection: Ste Anne Rd and Notre Dame Ave
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Telephone Line: Daily 8am-8pm
Administration: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Richard Joly - Chief Executive Officer
Contacts: healthline@ne.ccac-ont.ca
Service Description: Access to health care support at home, at school or in the community * care coordinators work with people in the community or leaving hospital to determine what help is needed and arrange for care * care is provided in community settings such as the home, school, residential facility or CCAC community clinic * provides information about other community services and refers when appropriate
  • nursing
  • nurse practitioner
  • physiotherapy and occupational therapy
  • nutritional and food counselling (dietitians)
  • speech and language therapy
  • social work
  • personal support
  • medical supplies and equipment
  • connecting to other community support services and agencies

Additional services:
  • specialized services may include:
  • access to assisted living and supportive housing
  • access to respite care and convalescent care (short-term stays and adult day programs)
  • access to long-term care homes, rehabilitation and complex continuing care beds
  • school health support services to school aged children
  • community support for people living with cancer
  • hospice palliative care

Information and Referral - thehealthline.ca provides online access to health care information and services in Ontario, or call the referral phone service at 310-2222 (CCAC) - in English or 310-2272 (CASC) - in French
 
Health Care Connect - Refers people who do not have a doctor to a family health care provider who may be accepting new patients * once registered, program participants are assigned to a care connector employed by the Community Care Access Centre * care connectors work with family doctors and nurse practitioners who are accepting new patients

Fees: Covered by OHIP
Application: Call * no referral required for most services * referral through school for in-school services
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: People of all ages who are facing the challenges of age, illness, injury, or disability
Languages: English ; French
Language Note: Designated for the provision of french language services
Area(s) Served: North East Ontario
See Also: Community Care Access Centres

This information was last completely updated on 8/24/2016

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