Phone: 705-858-7700 
Address: 259 Taighwenini Trail Road, Capreol, ON  P0M 1H0
Hours of operation: 
Monday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Tuesday to Thursday 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Director: Lydia Iserhoff

Department Contact: Jessica Baillargeon, Health Assistant


NRHC Primary Care Clinic at 190 Loonway Road - Hours:
Monday: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Booked appointments only.
Tuesday: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM Booked appointments only.
Tuesday: 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM Walk in appointments only.
Wednesday: 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM Booked appointments only.
Thurdsay: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM Phone appointments only.

Norman Recollet Health Centre

The Norman Recollet Health Centre is a community-based Mino Bimaadiziwin Team that promotes, prevents, protects, and provides holistic, accessible, quality services guided by Anishinaabe values, through the assessment of community needs, polices that promote health and traditional practices.


The Norman Recollet Health Centre will deliver quality health services rooted in culture to support individuals, children, families, and the community in their journey towards Mino Bimaadiziwin.

Programs and Services

The health centre currently offers the following health services and programs:

  • Aboriginal diabetes initiative
  • Healthy Babies, Healthy Children
  • Building healthy communities
  • Healthy child development
  • Canada prenatal nutrition program
  • Home and community care
  • Massage therapy
  • Medical transportation
  • Dental service
  • Community support services
  • Mental Wellness/Land Base
  • Community wellness worker
  • Traditional medicines
  • Phlebotomy
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Community Health Nurse
  • Family Well Being

Value Statement

Our values are rooted and embedded in our Anishinabek knowledge and practices, and our ways of knowing, doing, and being.

Norman Recollet Health Centre values:

  • Our elders as an integral part of our community. We utilize their wealth of experience as a voice in the decision- making process and program service delivery.
  • Our children and youth are the future leaders of our community. We strive to integrate their perspectives in all areas of health and well-being into our service planning.
  • Our families are exceptional foundation. We focus our direction based on their knowledge, experiences, and stories.
  • Our connection to Shkagamik-Kwe (Mother Earth) is fundamental. We recognize how our reciprocated relationship provides us with nourishing, sustaining life force. In turn, we provide stewardship through traditional harvesting and sustainable practices, ceremonies, and culture.
  • Our language has an important connection to culture, land, spirit, history, ceremony, and well-being. We will work towards embedding Anishinaabemowin into our practice.
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