you are pregnant, or believe you may be pregnancy, contact your local health unit office to speak to a public health nurse about your health, pregnancy options and healthy pregnancy.
Services available in Kenora, Dryden, Fort Frances and Sioux Lookout include:
Anonymous HIV testing (in Kenora, Dryden
Pregnancy testing, options counseling and referrals.
as a simple and safe way to prevent pregnancy. It is important to understand that ECP is a
contact your healthcare provider or visit the Sexual Health Clinic for a pregnancy test.
the above risk factors.Testing during pregnancy:oUniversal screening of all pregnant women during the first trimester.oScreening test should be repeated at 28-32 weeks and again
https://www.nwhu.on.ca/Audiences/Documents/Medical Alert - Syphilis Nov 2019.pdf
NWHU forms on any case you test/identify. • Testing during pregnancy: o Universal screening of all pregnant
https://www.nwhu.on.ca/Audiences/Documents/Medical Alert - Syphilis Update.pdf
who are at risk • Testing during pregnancy: • Universal screening of all pregnant women during the first trimester. • Screening test should be repeated at 28-32 weeks and
https://www.nwhu.on.ca/Audiences/Documents/Health Alert - Syphilis.pdf
prevention efforts expanded 16 Protect your health, test for radon 17 If plan A fails… don’t
BOARD OF HEALTH FOR THE NORTHWESTERN HEALTH UNIT MEETING MINUTES Regular Board of Health Meeting Friday, January 20, 2012 Dryden Holiday Inn Express Meeting Room
https://www.nwhu.on.ca/AboutUs/Documents/BOH Meeting Minutes Jan. 20.12.pdf
Public Health Report Card 20142 Public Health Report Card About the Northwestern Health Unit 3 Message from the Board of Health Chair 4 Message from the Medical Officer of Health 6
https://www.nwhu.on.ca/MediaPressCentre/Documents/NWHU Public Health Report Card 2014.pdf
Learn about the options to prevent pregnancy and how to connect with a public health nurse
cervical cancer early. Learn more about screening and new Pap test guidelines for women.