Health Services Department

Our purpose is to provide Community based Health Services to promote, support and encourage the Physical, Mental, Social and Spiritual health of the Community Members living in CPFN. The Health Center programs continue to expand as staff are branching out into new ideas and also furthering their education in order to provide Quality Services to CPFN Community Members with a Holistic approach.

The Aboriginal Head Start On-Reserve (AHSOR) program supports activities focused on Early Childhood and Development for the Children up to the age of 6 in the Community. Head Start prepares children for School, encourages each child to enjoy Life-Long Learning and incorporates the promotion and protection of our Culture and Language. The program also incorporates Nutrition, Health and Social Support. Parents, Guardians and Extended Family are encouraged to take part in the Head Start program.

CPFN Health Team

Nicole Bouchier, Health Director
Chelsea Lacombe, Reception
Marie Cardinal, Health Canada Visiting Nurse
Marie C Janvier, Community Health Representative
Bryan Janvier, Brighter Futures (BFI) Candace Black, NNADAP Coordinator
Chantal Lemaigre, Early Childhood Development (ECD) and TB Prevention and Awareness Josephine Yellowknee, Lisa Black and Rosanna Carlson, Head Start (AHSOR)
Nicole Bouchier, Medical Transportation Coordinator
Daniel J Herman, Medical Van Driver
Ernestine Herman, Custodian
The Health Center also has additional Resources from Fort McMurray to provide Specialized Health Services.

Hours of Operations

Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Closed for Lunch 12pm - 1pm