Programs and Services
Cancer Nurse Navigators work closely with a person diagnosed with cancer to offer support and guidance through their cancer journey.
Cancer screening is meant for healthy people who do not have any signs or symptoms of illness.
A campaign to help clinicians and patients engage in conversations about unnecessary tests and treatments.
Diagnostic imaging is a branch of medicine that uses state of the art technology to assist health care providers in the diagnosis of injuries and abnormalities.
The Healthy Family Program provides support and information on parenting to expectant parents and families with young children.
Information on the laboratory services we offer and how to prepare for you lab test.
Medical Travel is a service provided by the GNWT to eligible persons in the NWT who must travel in order to access necessary and appropriate insured health services.
A program dedicated to making reproductive choice and abortion services available to women in the Northwest Territories.
Learn about general dental services in the NWT, traveling dental services, Early Childhood, School-based, and Prenatal Oral Health Programs.
Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy services in the NTHSSA.
Service Fees may be charged by a clinic, hospital or health centre when you receive a service that is not covered by the NWT Health Care Plan.
Telehealth services allow a patient who is located in a remote community consult with a doctor or specialist located in one of our larger centres.
In preparation for the move to the new hospital, certain services will be temporarily unavailable or available at reduced capacity. Services are expected to be running regularly the week of June 10.
The Yellowknife Primary Care Centre has a broad range of practitioners including physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, counsellors, dietitians and more.