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Welcome to Noojmowin Teg Health Centre


The Noojmowin Teg Health Centre is committed to support and promote the overall wholistic health and well-being of Anishinabek and Aboriginal individuals, families and communities within the District of Manitoulin Island.  To do this, we will operate community-based programs and services, establish partnerships, and promote healthier communities through both traditional and western healing methods.

Guiding Principles

Traditional culture is at the heart, a vital core component, of all programs and services.  Degohnegaadeh is a word which means to blend – this suggests combining western and traditional healing approaches in a complementary fashion without losing the original integrity of each.

Programs and services are aligned with the stages of life within the medicine wheel.  This is congruent with a life course approach and appropriately aligned with local cultural understandings.

Services are delivered in collaboration and coordination with partner First Nations and other health service providers.  Fundamental to the forum discussions was the concept that partnership and the coordination of services with partners are fundamental to effectively meeting client needs​.

Noojmowin Teg Client Survey 2017

Community Members’ Feedback Invited!
Noojmowin Teg Health Centre Evaluation of Services

We are interested in hearing from you! We invite community members who access health services from Noojmowin Teg providers at your local First Nation health clinic – medical, mental health, health promotion and/or traditional health - to help us improve our services to you. 

Why are we doing this? We want to know what you think about our services and what your health needs and priorities are. 

What will we do? During the month of May and June the evaluation team, Lorrilee McGregor and Marion Maar, will be actively seeking your feedback in various ways.

Three options are available for you to give your feedback:

1.      On-Site Client Surveys: Noojmowin Teg health providers will offer you a survey when you attend an appointment or participate in a group activity with them – ask them for one!  The survey is also available in the lobby/reception area of each First Nation health clinic.  Once you fill in the survey, deposit it in a survey drop off box located in a central spot or at the Noojmowin Teg Health Centre (in Aundeck Omni Kaning). When you complete the survey you can chose to enter into a draw for a prize.
2.      On-line Client Survey: Complete the survey using the link on Noojmowin Teg’s Facebook page at “Noojmowin Teg Client Survey 2017​.”
3.      Telephone interviews with clients – The evaluation team members would be pleased to schedule a time with you to complete a one on one telephone interview.

4. An electronic survey for our community partners in the health, social, policing and justice sectors.

All feedback is anonymous and confidential.  If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call Lorrilee McGregor at (705) 285-4141 ( or Pamela Williamson, Noojmowin Teg Executive Director (705) 368-2182 x 204; or  Miigwetch, thank you.

Just for taking the time to complete the survey, your name will be entered in a draw for one of the following prizes:

$200 - Chi-Cheemaun Dinner Cruise 
$150 - Great Spirit Circle Trail Experience Package
$100 - Grocery Gift Certificate
$50 - Honora Bay Riding Stables Gift Certificate

Dear Service Partners, 

Once again, Noojmowin Teg Health Centre is seeking feedback from our community health care partners on our services.  We strive to ensure our services are professional, culturally sensitive, and collaborative (communication regarding client care is shared appropriately), leading to best care health practices and health care for the clients we all serve.  Please forward to any relevant staff.

Through a tender process, Lorrilee McGregor and Dr. Marion Maar were selected to complete the evaluation process and report for us this year. 

We are already in process of providing surveys to obtain feedback from clients and/or participants who access our services and in rolling out health indicators developed both last year and this year, as other components of our annual evaluation.

Click on the following link to complete: the survey: Noojmowin Teg Partner Survey 2017.

As an incentive, you are eligible to have your name entered into a draw.  For draw purposes, you can identify yourself on the on-line survey to possibly win a gift certificate.

Please note that all information remains anonymous as it is compiled and maintained directly by the research team. Once the final report is completed, all survey materials are then destroyed.  The final report will be made available to our partners upon request and results will be posted on our web-site.

Surveys will be accepted until June 9, 2017.  We appreciate your time and any information and/or recommendations that will assist us in improving what we do.

If you have any questions, please contact Marion or Lorrilee directly. They have been cc’d on this communication.




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Aboriginal Health Access Centres play a viable role in the provision of cultural based health services in Ontario.  To see what the ten AHAC’s have accomplished, please click on the following link​.

Noojmowin Teg's Commitment: Health Equity Charter
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Noojmowin Teg Health Centre is located on the territory of Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation in a shared building with Mnaamodzawin Health Services.
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Monday – Friday
8:30am – 4:00pm
Postal Bag 2002, Hwy 540
48 Hillside Rd., AOK
Little Current, ON
P0P 1K0
(705) 368-2182
(705) 368-2229
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