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Reduced services at Mistissini CMC until further notice

July 11, 2022
Summary

Due to a shortage of staff, the Mistissini CMC is offering reduced service until further notice. Important changes have been made in order to keep the clinic open, decrease the spread of COVID-19, protect the community and healthcare workers.

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Protecting our community

Steps to take before coming to the clinic

  1. Call to accurately complete a questionnaire by phone.
  2. A nurse will call you back and ask you to come to the clinic, if you cannot be treated over the phone.

Before being granted entry to the clinic

  1. At the clinic door, you will be asked your name and your temperature will be taken
  2. Based on your symptoms, you will be asked to sit at the RED or GREEN side of the waiting room

Medical services after 5 pm

Only life-threatening emergencies will be treated by the nurse on-call. For example:

  • big trauma
  • unconsciousness
  • suddenly being unable to breathe.

All non-emergencies will be asked to come during open clinic hours (9am to 5pm).

For all COVID-19 questions please call the COVID-19 hotline from 9am to 5 pm.

Eeyou Istchee COVID-19 Information

Call 9 am – 5 pm, Monday to Friday.  

Or: Inbox @creehealth on Facebook. Leave your name & number. 

All non-emergency and health questions

For all non-emergency situations and health questions, please call 811 to speak with a nurse. 

Info Santé 811

Non-urgent health information available 24/7.

COVID-19 testing

Testing

Please go to the COVID door (located after the emergency door) between 8:30 am – 11:30 AM, Monday to Friday only. 

Home rapid tests

Please call the Mistissini Public Safety Officer.

Vaccination

Please call the clinic and leave a voicemail at extension 42227 with your name and number. The COVID nurse will call you back. 

Pharmacy

The pharmacy is open for pickup 9 am to 6 pm, Monday to Friday. The pharmacy is closed on weekends. Please plan your medication refills at least 1 (one) week ahead of time. Tylenol and Advil for children are available at the pharmacy, without a prescription, for pick-up.  

Medicare (RAMQ) card

An updated medicare (RAMQ) card is required for most services at the CMC. If your card is expired, it may delay service at the walk-in clinic. 

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