The Trent Hills Family Health Team (THFHT) is an interdisciplinary team of health care professionals who provide primary health care to over 11,300 patients. We have been funded by the Ministry of Health since 2005 and are proud partners of Ontario Health Team Northumberland since 2019.
Learn about who can get COVID vaccines and book a vaccine online or by calling 1-833-943-3900 Mon-Fri 8:30-5:00. Vaccines are free.
Trent Hills residents can also contact their local pharmacy to ask about COVID and flu vaccines.
The Trent Hills Family Health Team does NOT have COVID vaccines.
All Trent Hills residents should contact their local pharmacy to get their free flu vaccine.
Public health recommendations for the 2023/2024 season are to get a COVID vaccine and a Flu Vaccine at the same time if you are eligible and due for both vaccines.
Trent Hills Family Health Team patients who are not eligible for a COVID vaccine and are not able to get a flu vaccine from their pharmacy, can book with the nurse at their THFHT clinic.
RSV vaccines are publicly funded for people 60 years of age and older and at highest risk (e.g., living in long-term care).
People over 60 years who are not high risk must pay for the vaccine unless it is covered by their insurance plan (estimated cost is $300). RSV vaccines must be given at least 14 days before or after a COVID or flu vaccine.
RSV vaccines can NOT be given by a pharmacist. However, THFHT patients can book with our nursing team and bring their serum to get their shot.
We're taking our much-loved RN-led programs for well baby/child and cervical screening (Pap) and expanding them!
Building on a great foundation we're introducing complete Well-Woman Visits, Prenatal Care, Sexual Health & Contraception and Perimenopause & Menopausal Health for THFHT women over 14y and children up to 6y.
THFHT patients can now book!
Screening: Book a screening appointment with a Registered Nurse who will coordinate screening tests for patients aged 50 to 75 years.
Prevention: Book coaching appointments with a Lifestyle Coach/Personal Trainer who will provide individualized sessions on healthy living to adults over age 18y.
We like to do everything we can to support patients to live healthy happy lives in their own homes.
So we've created a program to provide specialized RN care to THFHT patients aged 75 years and over. Services will depend on what individuals need and we will also connect people to existing local services.
RNs specialized in oncology care and cancer survivorship meet with THFHT patients to provide support, post-treatment symptom management and navigation of appointments and repeat screening tests.
The Cancer Survivorship program focuses on support and system navigation to both patients newly diagnosed with cancer and people who have finished having regular oncology treatments and appointments.
A THFHT Mental Health Coordinator is now available Monday to Friday 9:00-4:30 pm to help anyone in the Trent Hills Community (THFHT patient or not) find mental health care services.
Our team have a directory of services available in Trent Hills, Northumberland and beyond to help people access the care they need, when they need it.
Call 705-653-1801 extension 4918 during clinic hours.
Mental health workshops and services for THFHT patients.
Services Include individual or group sessions,
assistance with forms for financial and government support and referrals to community agencies, resources, and services.
Workshops focus on better management of mental health and well-being. Topics include Mindfulness, Think Well, Be Well (Cognitive Restructuring), Grief and more.
How to book appointments, clinic locations and hours, and accessibility options for THFHT patients with disabilities. Plus options for THFHT patients after hours and people who do not have a primary care provider (physician or nurse practitioner).
Nurses provide routine immunization for children and adult patients enrolled with THFHT. We also work closely with our public health unit and Ontario Health to provide seasonal or urgent vaccines to all community residents.
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.
THFHT health care professionals provide comprehensive programs for Screening & Prevention, Women & Children's Health, Older Adult Primary Care and more. Visit the programs page to learn about our new programs in 2023/24.
Resource pages link you to current information on mental health, addictions, quitting smoking, nutrition, community resources and more. Hotlines, websites, programs and online chats listed - local and Canadian where possible.
Read profiles for our professional team members and Board of Directors. See the THFHT vision, mission, strategic plan and Quality Improvement Plan (QIP). Or find out about locums and learners, careers, or how to contact us.
Introducing our Patient Experience Survey 2023/2024! We would be grateful for some feedback. If you are a patient of the Trent Hills Family Health Team, please take 5 minutes to complete our anonymous survey.
Click the button below or use your mobile phone camera on the QR code.
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THFHT formally recognizes the traditional keepers of this land and, specifically our neighbours of the Alderville First Nation, with a formal territorial acknowledgement. We reside on the Gunshot Treaty Lands of 1788. On these lands and on the shores of the big lake, the Mississauga Anishinabeg
(A-NISH-IN-NAW-BEK) met with the Crown to facilitate the opening of these lands for settlement. Let us be reminded of the responsibility we all have in making sure that we respect these lands and waters that give us life and sustain our livelihoods.
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