Key First Nation Health Centre Programs:
1. Day Care
2. Head Start
3. Maternal Child Health
4. Mental Health
6. Home Health Aid
7. Medical Transportation
8. Operations & Maintenance
Do all reporting that is required for each program (except Med Trans).
Ensure all cheque recs/time sheets (for health programming) are submitted in a timely manner.
Advocate and intervene with all Key First Nation Members.
Attend workshops and meetings when applicable.
The medical transportation clerk is responsible for helping clients with medical appointments, including booking a room when needed through NIHB, and submitting for reimbursement for medical trips that were attended.
For more information, contact the Key Health Centre at 306-594-2291 or email MedTrans@keyband.ca
Aboriginal Headstart & Cuddly Cubs Daycare:
The Aboriginal Headstart program provides culturally appropriate early childhood education for children on-reserve aged 3-5.
The Cuddly Cubs Daycare provides care for children between 8:15-4:45 Monday-Friday for children up to 5 years old.
For more information about the Headstart or Daycare programs, please contact the Key Health Centre.
The following medical services are available at the Key Health Centre periodically. Please contact Key Health for upcoming dates:
Community Health Nurse: Basic public health services such as well-baby checks and immunizations are available at least once per month at the health centre, please contact Key Health for upcoming dates.
Home Care Nursing: Home care is available to on-reserve members who have limited mobility. Contact the Health Centre for additional information.