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Primary health care clinic in Lundar opens after significant renovations

Renovations are now complete on the Lundar Clinic which means better-coordinated primary health care services in the community and surrounding area. The space was renovated to accommodate a range of services including primary care, public health, mental health care and home care services.

“This new clinical environment fits into our regional primary health care plan where teams of health care providers across primary care offices, the regional health authority and community organizations work together to provide accessible and coordinated primary care, “ said Ron Van Denakker, chief executive officer of Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority.

The primary health care centre incorporated space previously used as a dental office to offer three clinic rooms and two consultation rooms to accommodate a range of services. Improved efficiencies within the clinic allow care providers to accommodate more clients in rooms designed to ensure patient confidentiality. The space now has a multi-purpose room that can be used as meetings space for staff and education groups. The space will be equipped with Telehealth in the near future.

Construction on the clinic began last December. The 33-year-old facility includes a 20-bed personal care home and a 23-suite elderly persons housing complex that were not affected by the renovations.

From left,  primary health care clinical team manager for Lake Manitoba East Jeremy Buchner, CEO Ron Van Denakker, board directors Lina Desjarlais and Faye Goranson and member of legislative assembly  for Interlake area, Derek Johnson at the ribbon cutting ceremony for new primary health care clinic in Lundar.

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