The Trent Hills Family Health Team (THFHT) is an interdisciplinary team of health care professionals who provide primary health care to over 12,000 patients. We have been funded by the Ministry of Health since 2005 and are proud partners of Ontario Health Team Northumberland since 2019.
Read more about THFHT here.
Fast and effective assessment and treatment options for anyone experiencing worsening cough, cold, earaches, sore throats, congestion and fever—symptoms typically associated with respiratory illnesses like RSV (respiratory syncytial virus), influenza, and COVID-19 or bacterial infections that come after viral infections (like Strep throat). See below for specific locations and booking information.
The Northumberland Hills Hospital (Cobourg) Cough, Cold & COVID Assessment Centre offers phone-based consultations, (often avoiding the need for in-person visits), booked appointments with a clinician, often SAME DAY; testing, and prescriptions for treatment as applicable.
LOCATION: Northumberland Hills Hospital, 1000 DePalma Drive, portable trailer outside the NHH Emergency Department.
CALL FIRST: 1-905-377-7783 or toll free 1-833-678-2435 for a phone-based assessment prior to arriving on site.
No walk-ins due to space contraints.
The Hastings Prince Edward Ontario Health Team COVID, Cold and Flu Care Clinics are located in Belleville, Tweed & Picton and are for people experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, strep throat, bronchitis, pneumonia, ear infection, cold or flu, sinus infection, vomiting or diarrhea .
If you have not been able to book an appointment with a primary care provider, or a health care professional has referred you to these clinics, please click the button below for locations, hours and booking instructions.
Clinics are open to all ages.
The Peterborough Regional Health Centre COVID, Cold and Flu Clinic provides a faster, more convenient option for patients with COVID, cold and flu symptoms to be seen by a physician, helping to alleviate some of the pressures currently being felt in the hospital’s Emergency Department (ED).
CALL FIRST: Appointments can be made by calling 705-876-5086. Patients must be one year of age or older.
Walk-ins will not be accepted.
The Trent Hills Family Health Team - Hillside Site Cough, Cold, Flu & Sore Throat Clinic offers in-person assessments with a nurse, testing, and prescriptions for treatment if needed. We aim to offer same-day appointments dependent on staffing.
WHO CAN BOOK: Campbellford patients only. You must be enrolled with Drs Read, Sheps, Williams or NPs Bennett, Dalby, Deviney, Robichaud.
Clinic is open to all ages. Call first; walk-ins not accepted.
How to book appointments, clinic locations and hours. We also have accessibility options for THFHT patients with physical disabilities. Plus options and resources for people who do not have a primary care provider (physician or nurse practitioner).
Patients enrolled with a THFHT Physician or Nurse Practitioner can book appointments with their provider or clinic services. Click the button below for details.
THFHT health care professionals provide comprehensive programs for screening, prevention & chronic disease management. Visit the programs page to learn about Heart Health, Diabetes, Well Child, Cancer Survivorship and more.
Nurses provide routine immunization for children and adult patients enrolled with THFHT. We also work closely with our public health unit and the Ontario Ministry of Health to provide seasonal or urgent vaccines, such as Influenza and COVID, to all community residents.
New lab opened at CMH!
Campbellford Memorial Hospital has opened a community lab. The CMH lab can be used by THFHT patients and community members who are not enrolled with THFHT.
See our lab page for details.
A nutrition resource page to link you to current information on healthy eating. Links are to non-profit organizations who make their recommendations based on research and evidence.
Where possible, we list Canadian websites.
A mental health resource page to link you to current information on mental health. We've organized this page around topics that are commonly asked about and local organization Links are to non-profit organizations, Canadian where possible, who make their recommendations based on research and evidence.
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