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Welcome to Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services !

Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services is an integrated healthcare provider that includes the Chapleau General Hospital, the Bignucolo Residence, Turning Point, Cedar Grove Apartments, the Chapleau Medical Centre and the Foleyet Nursing Station.

COVID-19 Information and Updates

As of Saturday, April 3 all 34 public health units across Ontario are moving into Lockdown (grey zone) as outlined in the COVID-19 response framework: Keeping Ontario Safe and Open. Click here to view our visitation policy, which outlines our visitation rules during all colour codes of the response framework.

COVID-19 Vaccination Information

Please visit the Public Health Sudbury and Districts website www.phsd.ca for up-to-date information regarding upcoming vaccination clinics, eligible population groups, and how to book an appointment. Click the links below for additional COVID-19 vaccination information from the Ontario Ministry of Health.

COVID-19 Vaccine information sheet
What you need to know about your COVID-19 vaccine appointment
After your COVID-19 vaccine

Patients Attending our Emergency Department

Please be aware that patients attending our Emergency Department are not allowed to bring an accompanying person into the waiting room or the Emergency Department. Please click here to view the exceptions.

COVID-19 Test Information

Take this self-assessment if you were exposed to COVID-19 or have symptoms.

Click here for COVID-19 symptoms as well as what you need to know before, during, and after a test at an assessment centre, pharmacy, or community lab.

Chapleau COVID-19 Assessment Centre

Phone: 705-864-2568
Phone lines open: Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Appointments available: Monday to Thursday, 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm and Friday, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Walk-ins are strictly prohibited.

How to Access Primary Care during COVID-19

Click here for information on how to access primary care during COVID-19.

Wearing a Mask at SSCHS

Every person presenting to the hospital is required to wear a surgical mask, which we will provide for you. Click here for more information.

Please refer to the SSCHS Facebook page for regular updates.

Nurse Practitioner Non-Urgent Care Clinic

If you would like to book a telephone appointment with the Nurse Practitioner, please call the Chapleau and District Family Health Team at 705-864-0210. Please note that appointments may be limited due to Nurse Practitioner availability.

You Can Make a Difference

Are you interested in sharing your patient experience to help others? SSCHS is seeking community members who have recently been a patient, used our services, or whose loved one was cared for at SSCHS, to partner with us as Advisors to share perspectives on what we do well and what we could do better.

Click here for details.

Congregate Dining Program

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The Congregate Dining Program is a subsidized sit-down meal and social provided for seniors. The program runs one day per week every two weeks at our Cedar Grove dining room.

Volunteers are needed to assist in setting up the dining room, accepting payments from participants, assisting in serving the plated meals (all cooking is done by a cook), and finally assisting with clean up. The whole process takes approximately 4-5 hours one day a week every two weeks.

This program depends on the assistance of volunteers in order to be delivered in our community. If you can volunteer, please contact Chapleau Health Services, at 705-864-3061 or chapleauhr@sschs.ca and complete our volunteer orientation.

Improving Cancer Services

A recent Canadian Cancer Society study predicts that during the 25-year period between 2005 and 2039 the number of cancer patient is expected to double for patients 65 years of age and above. By knowing this information now it allows us to plan for tomorrow. The hospitals goal is to partner with Cancer Care Ontario to provide Oncology Services to patients in our community needing chemotherapy and to provide palliative care services to those needing it at the end or their life.

Click here for more details.

Drop Off / Pick Up Zones at Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services Entrances

SSCHS is committed to ensuring our services are safe and accessible to everyone requiring our assistance. SSCHS provides two areas where patients can be dropped off or picked up. These zones are located at the main entrance of the hospital for patients/ visitors and the side entrance for emergencies.

For the safety of those picking up or dropping off patients/visitors, parking in the front of the main hospital entrance and the side emergency entrance is strictly prohibited. Patients/ visitors may be dropped off or picked up but then the driver must park in the visitor parking lot. The drop off/ pick up zones must be kept clear for Ambulance, Fire, and the Handi-Transit bus so as to ensure the safe flow of traffic.

If a hospital staff requests for you to move your vehicle to the correct parking area, please comply. Vehicles may be towed from the Hospital at any time if they interfere with the safety of our patients and the safe operation of traffic at SSCHS.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Chapleau Health Services is now Smoke-Free!

As a health care organization, our primary focus is the health of our community and it's for this reason that smoking is no longer permitted anywhere on SSCHS property. This includes Chapleau General Hospital, Chapleau Medical Center, Bignucolo Residence Courtyard, and areas previously designated as smoking areas. The smoking ban also includes parking lots and personal vehicles parked on SSCHS property. All patients, visitors and staff members are required to leave the hospital property entirely, if they wish to smoke.

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Violators of the policy may be asked to leave the property and also may be given trespassing orders if they do not comply with the policy. All nurses at the Family Health Team are trained to offer the "STOP" smoking cessation program to rostered patient. Community members who are not rostered with the Family Health Team are encouraged to see their family doctor regarding options that may help them in their efforts to quit smoking.

We thank everyone for your support in maintaining a healthy, smoke-free environment.

For more information, please email communications@sschs.ca

Health Care Connect

For free and confidential health advice or general health information you can call Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Nursing staff at the hospital cannot give health advice over the phone.

Where should I go when I need immediate and unscheduled care?

In Chapleau you have options:

For true emergency issues, please present to your nearest emergency department or call 911

If you are a patient of Kendra Saari and Stephen Saari, and you have an urgent but not emergency issue; please contact The Chapleau & District Family Health Team at 705-864-0210 for same day access appointments.

The same day access service is available only to rostered patients of Kendra Saari, and Stephen Saari.

If you are not currently a patient but would like to become one please contact 1-800-445-1822 to register or register online at https://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/ms/healthcareconnect/public/

For your regular medical appointments (e.g. prescription renewals, general health checks, chronic disease management, etc.) please call your usual health care provider to book a regular appointment.

Patients of other physicians not listed above should contact that physician's office to get specific information about their patient access.

Scent-Free Policy

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Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services is scent-free. Scented products contain certain chemicals that can cause serious problems for people with asthma, allergies, migraines and environmental illnesses. We encourage visitors, employees and volunteers to voluntarily refrain from using scented products.