The North Lambton Community Health Centre is a non-profit, community-governed organization that provides primary health care, health promotion and community development services to Lambton County.

We view health as a state of physical, mental, spiritual and social well-being.

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"Be Well"
A Survey of Your Wellbeing

This survey covers many important aspects that affect your health and wellbeing. The information you provide will help your health organization develop a better understanding of what is keeping you well and what will help support the best health and wellbeing for everyone in Ontario. This survey will allow us to better connect people and communities with the programs, services and opportunities that can strengthen their health and wellbeing.
This survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes of your time.                     
Your Participation is Voluntary: Your participation is completely voluntary.  You may stop participating, or refuse to answer any question. Your decision on whether or not to participate will not affect the nature of the services you receive at this organization.
Your Responses are Confidential: All information you provide will be kept completely confidential.  Your name will not appear in any report or publication resulting from this survey. This is not a research activity. Your experiences will contribute to improving the quality and effectiveness of the services, programs and  initiatives in your community health organization.
If you have any questions, or concerns please ask the receptionist or a staff member or contact Jyoti Phartiyal, Association of Ontario Health Centres, Tel: 416 236-2539 ext. 246 or email: 
Thank you for your participation.

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Your Feedback into Action!

Patient Experience Survey - 2015/16

We heard your survey comments about appointment wait times and provider consistency.  Here are things we are working on to make your experience better:

Appointment Wait Times:

  1. We are trying something new with our providers’ schedules in order to have more appointments available when people need them. 
  2. Due to popular demand, we are continuing to expand group visits!  There are now more times available for well-baby clinics at the Forest site.  The same clinics will also be offered at the West Lambton Site in Sarnia soon.

Provider Continuity:

  1. We are working on matching people to the same doctor/nurse practitioner at each visit.  As always, we continue to work as a team and you are able to see any provider if you can’t see your usual doctor/nurse practitioner when you are sick.


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