Arnprior Regional Health is proud to provide a wide array of clinical specialists at the Arnprior & District Memorial Hospital (ADMH)
Should you require a consultation with any of the specialists listed below please ask your family doctor for a referral.
Specialists/Clinics Provided at ADMH
Clinical Nutrition Services are provided by a Registered Dietitian at the Arnprior & District Memorial Hospital.
Assessment, care planning, and education for patients with therapeutic dietary needs.
Outpatient Services; refers to non-diabetic
Limited outpatient clinical nutrition counselling service is available to clients in our community. Physician referral is required.
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The Ontario Telemedicine Network is a rapidly expanding, not-for-profit organization that’s improving access to medical treatment, especially for patients living in rural areas. Each day, 12 patients in the Champlain region use telemedicine.
For example, a patient may go to their community hospital in Arnprior to consult with a skin, heart, or diabetes specialist in Ottawa through videoconferencing. A total of 30 providers, networks, and educational institutions are now hooked up in the Champlain region. Telemedicine is important to the Champlain LHIN, as it helps address the strategic direction of improving access to care closer to home.
A program that can help individuals improve their diabetes control and help them live healthy with diabetes. The team consists of certified diabetes educators which include registered dieticians and registered nurses. They work in cooperation with physicians, pharmacists and family members to deliver client-centered care. Individual and group appointments. For advanced care, they provide referrals and telehealth sessions with specialists.
Diabetes education team members are located at 5 sites:
- Arnprior & District Memorial Hospital (613) 623-7962 x228
- Deep River & District Hospital
- Pembroke regional Hospital
- Renfrew Victoria Hospital
- St Francis Memorial Hospital (Barry’s Bay)