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As part of our dedication to improve our patients access to services, we offer blood draws directly at our clinic. Our patients are able to conveniently schedule their blood work appointments with one of our Nursing staff. These appointments are typically on Monday mornings.

Prenatal Care:

The Algoma NPLC’s dedicated well-qualified clinicians offer prenatal care for pregnant patients. Regular appointments with a Nurse Practitioner will be scheduled during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy. After 20 weeks care will be transferred to OBGYN or to the Prenatal Care Clinic at Sault Area Hospital.

At each appointment the clinician will provide opportunity for patients to ask questions and address any concerns that may come up. A package of what to expect with helpful resources is provided to each patient at the time of their first prenatal visit. Links to additional pregnancy and parenting resources can be found on our Health Resources Page.

Women’s Health:

A wide range of Women’s Health services are available at the Algoma NPLC. If indicated, IUD removal or insertion, cervical cancer screening, endometrial biopsy, evaluation of abnormal bleeding, genitalia dermatology can all be done at the clinic.

Small Procedures:

The Algoma NPLC is glad to offer a number of small procedures to patients. Removal of simple skin lesions, skin biopsies and treatment of some skin conditions are all available at the Algoma NPLC

Skin Concerns:

At Algoma NPLC your dermatological concerns are assessed and managed efficiently. If you have a concern about your skin, mention to your nurse practitioner. Your nurse practitioner will determine will then determine the therapeutic plan most suited for your condition. For example, a topical treatment may be recommended, sampling of skin specimen may be indicated, the opinion of a dermatologist may be the best option to properly diagnose your condition. Also, clinicians can remove or treat a number of small lesions. All these interventions can be implemented at the NPLC in a timely fashion.