The Yellowknife Region Home Care program operates to provide individuals with support services in the community. Homecare provides assistance with personal care needs, which may include foot care.
(Yellowknife, August 17, 2022) – Please be advised that the Public Health Clinic in Yellowknife will be closed on Friday, August 19, 2022 as staff will be attending a training workshop. If you require care, please call the Yellowknife Primary Care Clinic at (867) 767-9294.
The NWT health and social services system continues to face pressures and service impacts related to a shortage of skilled workers in the NWT and across the country. Efforts continue to close staffing gaps through hiring of full-time residents, locum, casual and agency staff.
(Yellowknife, August 8, 2022) On July 15, 2022 a request for proposals for operators of the day and sobering centre services offered in Yellowknife closed without any bids.
(Yellowknife, August 4, 2022) – The Yellowknife Primary Care Centre is undergoing a phone number change.
Please be advised that the YPCC phone number is now (867) 767-9294.
(Yellowknife, July 21, 2022) – As recommended by Chief Public Health Officer, Moderna’s Spikevax COVID-19 vaccine will be available to children 6 months to 5 years of age in the NWT.
(July 14, 2022 – Yellowknife) - Northwest Territories residents are being notified that operating room services at Stanton Territorial Hospital will be reduced starting July 25, 2022, through September 30, 2022.
(Yellowknife, Hay River, and Behchoko, July 14, 2022) - Shortages of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, and allied health professionals such as medical laboratory technologists continue to lead to service reductions or closures throughout the NWT.