Programs and Services

Learn about general dental services in the NWT, traveling dental services, Early Childhood, School-based, and Prenatal Oral Health Programs.
The Paid Family/Caregiver Pilot Project is a two year pilot project that will give support to community members living in their homes. This program is open to elders, seniors, and persons with disabilities who have ongoing care or support needs.
Submit feedback about your experience to our Quality Risk Management team.
Physician Specialists are doctors that have a specialized scope of practice. We have nine permanent specialties as well as visiting specialties that provide services.
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.
The Stanton Territorial Hospital Indigenous Wellness Program enhances the patient experience for Indigenous peoples by improving communication and collaboration between Indigenous Peoples and Health Care Providers.
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.
The Ethics Committee reviews ethical issues, dilemmas and concerns related to health and social services in the Northwest Territories.
The Yellowknife Tobacco Cessation clinic offers free and private services at the Yellowknife Primary Care Clinic or through virtual care.
When no protection concerns exist, Voluntary Services Agreements are available to help children, youth and their families.
The Yellowknife Sexual Health Program offers free and private STI testing.
Walk-in appointments and same day appointments at the Yellowknife Primary Care Centre.
Youth FASD Services provides diagnosis and support for youth across the Northwest Territories who have had prenatal exposure to alcohol.