Gane Yohs Health Centre closed due to mold

Gane Yohs Health Centre will be closed temporarily due to mold found in the building, Six Nations of the Grand River announced late yesterday afternoon in a press release.
It’s the third band-owned building to be closed due to the presence of mold in three months.
The Ohsweken Pharmasave and Six Nations Mental Health, both located in the same plaza, are not impacted by the closure.
“The health and safety of staff members and the Six Nations community are our utmost priority. Therefore, as a precautionary measure, we have decided to close the building until further notice to conduct thorough inspections and remediation efforts. SNGREC and ISC are working diligently to ensure a smooth transition of our clinic space over to White Pines Wellness Centre beginning on Monday April 29, 2024,” SNGR said in the press release.
The closure will impact all services at Gane Yohs Health Centre including:
-Ohsweken Medical Centre
-Ohsweken Public Health
-Ohsweken Lab
-Ohsweken Dental
SNGR said the following services are planned to re-launch on April 29, 2024 at White Pines Wellness Centre:
-Gane Yohs Medical Clinic
-IMRAC Clinic
-Laboratory Services
-Public Health
-Sexual Health Clinic
The Dental Clinic will continue to be closed until further notice until a suitable clinic space can be identified.
Further communications will be released regarding new location spaces.
For additional information please contact Six Nations Public Health at (519) 761-9058 from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.

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