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Program: Belleville Site  
Organization: Belleville and Quinte West Community Health Centre
Phone Numbers: 613-962-0000
Toll-Free: 1-855-252-2747
Fax: Administration: 613-962-4149
Medical: 613-962-5669
161 Bridge St W
Belleville, ON
K8N 1K2
Intersection: Sidney St and Bridge St W
Location: Belleville
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon, Thu, Fri 8:30am-4:30pm * Tue, Wed 8:30am-8pm
Executives: Sheila Braidek - Executive Director
Service Description: Health centre focused on family and community health * health professionals assess and treat non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses * referrals to other local health services and personal development groups

Doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses and other healthcare professionals work together to provide primary health care services including physical assessments and treatment, nutrition support and social work counselling to registered clients
Car Seat Clinics - Assists parents and caregivers with appropriate installation of infant and child car seats * providing information on specifications to ensure seat is appropriate for child’s weight and physical development * hands-on guidance and support to secure a seat in a vehicle
Diabetes Care - Diabetes education and self-management support * registered nurse and registered dietitian on staff * group workshops * information about living with diabetes such as:
  • monitoring
  • blood sugar levels
  • food choices
  • exercise
  • medications
  • lifestyle choices
Good Food Box - Fresh vegetables and fruits to help people stretch their food dollar while eating healthy
High Risk Foot and Wound Care - Foot care for people with high risk chronic illness and advanced foot problems such as:
  • open wounds
  • ulcers
  • preulcerative lesions
  • advanced foot problems such as heavy calluses * fragile skin with pressure lesions * thick nails * cracked skin * red areas with localized pain
Indoor Walking Program - Participants meet to walk in the halls at Centennial Secondary School *160 Palmer Rd * Belleville
Living Well with a Chronic Condition/Chronic Pain - Sessions to learn ongoing self-care * includes information about coping, health guidelines, medication usage, working with health professionals, and informed treatment decisions * includes information about:
  • dealing with difficult emotions
  • pain and fatigue management
  • healthy eating
  • communication skills
  • problem-solving skills
  • physical activity and exercise
  • action planning
  • depression management
Six-week workshop * for people living with chronic conditions or their caregivers * offered once weekly as scheduled * call to register
Nutritional Counselling and Group Programs - Information and education from clinical dietitian * one-on-one, couple, or family sessions for people with food and health-related concerns
Oral Health Service - Range of preventitive treatment services and emergency dental care * dentist, dental assistant and dental hygienist on site
Pre and Post Natal Support - One-on-one support by nursing staff * prenatal labor and delivery classes
Social Work Support - Group programs
  • anxiety and depression
  • stress management
  • sleep
  • emotional eating
  • trauma
Telemedicine - Coordinating Ontario Telemedicine Services (OTN) throughout Hastings and Prince Edward Counties * partnered with several locations throughout the region providing telemedicine equipment in:
  • Belleville
  • Trenton
  • Brighton
  • Picton
  • Tweed
  • Madoc
  • Marmora
  • Bancroft
Thrive - Support for mothers with addictions - Supports for mothers with addictions
  • case management
  • in-hospital and in-home support visits
  • parenting support and education
  • a coordinated care plan
  • assistance with transportation needs
  • food
  • childcare during program participation 
Opportunity to participate in a community advisory group
Triple P Positive Parenting Program - Parenting information and ideas about simple routines and small changes that can make a big difference to families * includes information, tip sheet, book, DVD, seminar, course, or practitioner assistance
Urban Poling Walking Program - Pole walking instruction from trained instructor * use of walking poles during five-week program

  • Dr Jose GS Gomide
  • Margaret McDermid, Nurse Practitioner
  • Krista Smith, Nurse Practitioner
  • Julia Miles, Nurse Practitioner

Fees: Most medical services covered by OHIP * some fees for other programs
Application: Call * no referral required
Currently taking new client applications with a wait list of 6-12 months
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Varies per program
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
See Also: Community Health Centres

This information was last completely updated on June 6, 2017

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