At the Oxford County Community Health Centre, we’re dedicated to wellness for all. This means we take a holistic view of people’s health with a unique model of care. It also means we offer a great lifestyle for our staff – salaried positions, support of an interdisciplinary team, office management and reasonable office hours. If you’re interested in community health and work-life balance, we invite you to take a closer look.
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You’ll have room to breathe.
The Oxford County Community Health Centre (OCCHC) is located in the city of Woodstock in heart of Oxford County.
This area of is known for its wide-open spaces, streams, lakes, hiking and bicycle trails and friendly people who operate family farms, run small businesses and work in a variety of industries.
It is easy to get to – just minutes from highways 401 and 403, which conveniently links to London, Kitchener-Waterloo, Toronto and Niagara Falls, Oxford County has a network of social service agencies and community hospitals in Woodstock, Tillsonburg and Ingersoll.
Residents of Oxford County are also served by tertiary health services located just 40 minutes west at the London Health Sciences Centre and St. Joseph’s Health Care London.
Our Interdisciplinary Team
You will have time and support to take care of the whole person.
We have a committed team of professionals – nurse practitioners, registered nurses and practical nurses, a dietitian, therapists, community outreach workers and administrative team. Our physicians will have the support of the primary health care team so together we can address the complex needs of our clients. Community services and educational programs (e.g. diabetes management, nutrition and pre-natal) are all designed to help people take charge of their health.
Our Community Health Centre
You will make a difference to the most vulnerable people.
The Oxford County Community Health Centre delivers primary health care, illness prevention and health promotion services, as well as a range of community programs. We believe that effective primary health care addresses the social determinants of health, which include access to shelter, education, food and stable eco-systems. We use a community development approach to building healthy public policy in supportive environments.
Using a collaborative approach, we identified the following priority populations:
People not registered with a primary healthcare practitioner and also experience other barriers to accessing primary healthcare, with an emphasis on:
- persons with addictions,
- persons with mental health issues,
- low-income families,
- at-risk youth, and
- isolated seniors.