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About Us


To provide our community with excellent primary health care, health promotion, illness prevention and community development.



A healthy community where everyone matters. 

​Bridges Community Health Centre serves the communities of Fort Erie, Port Colborne and Wainfleet with a focus on the needs of seniors, children and youth, newcomers to Canada, and families or individuals with low incomes.

The staff at Bridges CHC includes physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, dietitians, diabetes educators, social workers, health promoters, community health workers, a physiotherapist, kinesiologist and physiotherapist assistant.

Our primary care team, support clients of Bridges CHC and our health promotion programs are available at no cost and open to all members of the community who are looking to improve their health. To promote healthy living in our communities, our programs and peer support groups can help you with smoking cessation, diabetes education, mental health, chronic pain management, stress management, exercise and healthy eating. 


Bridges CHC meets the accessibility requirements of regulation 429/07 Accessibility Standards for customer service under the accessibility for Ontarions with disabilities act.
Click here for a copy of our Accessibility Policy.
Click here for a copy of our Customer Feedback Policy. 
To submit feedback to Bridges CHC please use this form, Client and Visitor Feedback Form


Copies of Bridges CHC policies including, but not limited to Health and Safety, Violence Prevention, Pet Therapy, Supporting Transgender Patients are available upon request. 

Multi-Sector Service Accountability Agreement April 2018- March 2019


Bridges CHC Statement Re: Black Lives Matter

Bridges Community Health Centre’s vision is a healthy community where everyone matters.
We are dedicated to improving health equity in our communities and recognize that we have an important role in confronting racism. Bridges CHC stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter. We are committed to listening, reflecting and learning how to confront racial injustice.

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