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MINAKI NURSING STATION PH. 224 - 3531 FAX 224 3103 EMAIL minaki@kahac.org REGULAR OFFICE HOURS ARE MONDAYS FRIDAYS 9AM 4:30PM (CLOSED FOR LUNCH) NOTE: PHONE IS ANSWERED STARTING AT 9:15 AM & AFTER LUNCH AT 1:15 PM For a medical emergency phone the SAT MON TUE WED THU FRI 1 2 CLOSED CLOSED
Ambulance.

July/11
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Emergencies are: i.e. Chest Pain, Large amount of Blood Loss, Severe Allergic Reactions. These are examples only. If in doubtCALL

AMBULANCE @ 468-3311
The Nurse is available during regular office hours unless otherwise stated.

6 PM movie @ Community Ctr.

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Non emergent conditions when the Nursing Station is CLOSED: please contact your family doctor or see a doctor at LWDH emergency department or CALL
TELEHEALTH 1 866 797-0000 Specially trained nurses supported by clinical software 24-Hour Service Will provide recommendations: Nurse's health care advice Contacting family doctor Going to the nearest emergency department

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11 AM Scavenger Hunt @ Skating Rink

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OPEN ALL DAY 6:30 PM Family event planning @ Comm. Ctr

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Nurse Practitioner @ 10 AM

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Call ahead for appt

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OTHER EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS


OPP 1 888 310-1122 HOSPITAL 468-9861 FIRE 224-1100 FOREST FIRE 1 888 284-3473 POISON CONTROL 1 800 268-9017

This calendar is available on gominaki.com. Please print out as many as you need. Check out Minaki Kids Activities & Minaki Nursing Station on facebook for scheduling.

TIMES & DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. APPOINTMENTS FOR THE HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS BOOK FAST. PLEASE CALL WELL IN ADVANCE i.e. 3 DAYS PRIOR

What are the symptoms of diabetes?


Signs and symptoms of diabetes include the following:

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HEALTH ACCESS CENTRE

Unusual thirst Frequent urination Weight change (gain or loss) Extreme fatigue or lack of energy Blurred vision Frequent or recurring infections Cuts and bruises that are slow to heal Tingling or numbness in the hands or feet Trouble getting or maintaining an erection

MINAKI NURSING STATION, BOX 8, MINAKI, ON, POX IJO PH. 807 224-3531 FAX 807 224-3103 EMAIL minaki@kahac.org

http://www.diabetes.ca/

WAASEGIIZHIG NANAANDAWEIYEWIGAMIG Diabetes Care Clinic Diabetes Dietitian and Footcare Who? Minaki Permanent Residents with diabetes or prediabetes. Where? Minaki Clinic Free Snack! Diabetes Education! Small gift for attending! When? July 7, 2011 10:30am 3:30pm Make an appointment Phone: 224-3531

It is important to recognize, however, that many people who have type 2 diabetes may display no symptoms.

How is diabetes treated?


People with diabetes can expect to live active, independent and vital lives if they make a lifelong commitment to careful diabetes management, which includes the following:

Education: Diabetes education is an important first step. All people with diabetes need to be informed about their condition. Physical Activity: Regular physical activity helps your body lower blood glucose levels, promotes weight loss, reduces stress and enhances overall fitness. Nutrition: What, when and how much you eat all play an important role in regulating blood glucose levels. Weight Management: Maintaining a healthy weight is especially important in the management of type 2 diabetes. Medication: Type 1 diabetes is always treated with insulin. Type 2 diabetes is managed through physical activity and meal planning and may require medications and/or insulin to assist your body in controlling blood glucose more effectively. Lifestyle Management: Learning to reduce stress levels in day-to-day life can help people with diabetes better manage their disease. Blood Pressure: High blood pressure can lead to eye disease, heart disease, stroke and kidney disease, so people with diabetes should try to maintain a blood pressure level at or below 130/80. To do this, you may need to change your eating and physical activity habits and/or take medication

Minaki Nursing Station, Health Net News, July 2011

Minaki Nursing Station, Health Net News, July, 2011