New health clinic opens for Indigenous in Montreal

MONTREAL, Que.-Montreal's regional health authority has partnered with Native Montreal, a friendship center, to create a new health clinic that will provide culturally safe care for Indigenous families living in the city.

The clinic is starting small with a doctor available twice a week and two nurses on site, offering a range of front-line services from two exam rooms and three multi-pupose rooms.

While the clinic has served around 100 people since the clinic started seeing patients in October, it officially opened in April, with ceremonies attended by provincial ministers.

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