July 6, 2018 - Analysis of the sample indicated an algal bloom was not present. The Porcupine Health Unit is providing this notice because the Timmins District Office of the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change has notified us that they have conducted sampling at Remi Lake, Moonbeam, on June 27, 2018, in response to a complaint of algae. Pending the results, residents of the affected area are advised to take precautions for Blue-Green Algae if an algae bloom is present.
The Kapuskasing branch of the Porcupine Health Unit is open weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.
During the summer months of July and August our hours change to 8:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
We have regularly scheduled clinics available by appointment for immunization, travel vaccines, sexual health, and dental services.
For after hours emergency inspection service, please call our toll free number, 1-800-461-1818, where someone can be reached 24 hours a day.
We have a confidential, easily accessible sexual health clinic. Our nurses provide a variety of sexual health services.
The best way to prevent concussions and brain injuries is to have knowledgeable teammates, coaches, parents, and colleagues. Everyone involved should know the signs and symptoms of a concussion, what to do when a concussion is suspected, as well as, when it is safe to return to activity.
Use this form to contact the Porcupine Health Unit. Please tell us if you'd like a response.
Residents of long-term care facilities tend to be a high risk, vulnerable population to illness due to weakened immune systems and other health conditions.
Use this form to contact the Porcupine Health Unit about accessibility issues. Please tell us if you'd like a response.
We want your child to be cavity free! We can help you with services for your child including assistance for those who do not have dental coverage and insurance.
Provides links to the Designated Officer (DO) Manual and to ministry forms. The PDF file of the manual contains information regarding the roles and responsibilities for each individual, including the Emergency Service Agency, Emergency Service Workers, DOs and Public Health, methods of notification, assessing exposures and actions, and preventing of infectious diseases.
With a focus on healthy eating and physical activity, the Diabetes Prevention Program seeks to reduce the risk factors for diabetes and contribute to healthier lives. Along with community partners, we provide programming focussed on lifestyle behaviour change, training, screening and health communications.