Our Clinic is proud to have four Nurse Practitioners (NPs) contributing to the growth of our GMF. We have seen a great benefit to patient care since the integration of our Nurse Practitioners. Nurse Practitioners assume responsibility for tasks related to physical assessment, provision of clinical impressions, treatment for short-term acute illness, monitoring patients with stable chronic conditions, order testing and organize referrals. Read More
Our clinic has five nurse clinicians participating in the care of our patients. Doctors work in collaboration with our nursing team to offer services covering a variety of health problems such as diabetes, hypertension and cholesterol. Nurses also offer counseling and teaching for sexually transmitted infections, contraception and child development (0-5 years old).
In any given year, one in five people in Canada will experience a mental health problem or illness. Our registered patients benefit from our mental health team consisting of social workers and psychologists that work alongside their family physician.
The nutritionist intervenes on aspects related to nutrition and diet. His interventions cover promotion, prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation. The nutritionist aims to maintain, improve or restore nutritional status and health.
Did you know that getting regular pap tests is the best way to prevent cervical cancer? In fact, the introduction of regular pap tests has led to a major decline in the number of cervical cancer cases and deaths. The Pap Test Clinic at the MDCM-GMF is the most convenient way to get your pap test. No referral needed. When? Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday evenings and weekends – no need to take a day off! With? A female GP. Call us at 514-484-0999 for an appointment. Appointments available at both NDG and Westmount locations.
Our team of GMF pharmacists assesses and ensures the correct use of medication. Our patients benefit from the interaction with pharmacists and support from our professionals in drug treatment. The pharmacist practicing in an interprofessional team can have a favorable impact on the use of drugs(prescription, dosage adjustment, compliance, etc.).