Indigenous primary
health care council

The Indigenous Primary Health Care Council (IPHCC) proudly serves as a collaborative network of 24 Indigenous Primary Health Care Organizations across Ontario.

Our mission is to enhance the health and well-being of Indigenous communities through culturally relevant and community-driven primary health care services. By supporting the advancement and evolution of Indigenous primary health care service provision and planning, we  ensure that Indigenous health remains in Indigenous hands, with culture as treatment.

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By becoming a voting member of the IPHCC, your organization will have the ability to directly influence the development of our organization. IPHCC members have been quite successful collaboratively advocating for the communities we serve.

We are keen to continue growing and evolving so that we are better able to serve our members and community members.

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The heart of our community is built upon the strong foundation of our members and their unique strengths.

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This toolkit is designed to support Indigenous organizations with the planning and implementation of community-level COVID-19 vaccination clinics, in collaboration with mainstream organizations such as local public health units, primary care agencies, and/or hospital settings.

We would like to thank Dr. Annelind Wakegjig and Dr. Rebecca Wray for reviewing the Gashkiwidoon toolkit and lending their clinical expertise. Gashkiwidoon (gash-ga-we-toon) is an Ojibway word thought to mean ‘able to take, carry it’.

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