At Community Health Center of the North Country, our number one priority is the health and safety of our patients. To help ensure the safety of our patients, their family members, and our community, we are asking anyone who has recently traveled outside of the North Country, and anyone who is experiencing any symptoms such as cough, fever or shortness of breath, to please call the health center before any scheduled appointment. For your convenience, the number for each location is listed below.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR APPOINTMENT

To help further reduce the spread of possible illnesses, we are asking that only the patient themselves enter the building for their medical appointment, unless said patient requires a caregiver to attend the appointment with them. All other family members or those in company of the patient must remain in their vehicle and may not enter the building. Patients with children who are not being seen by a provider must make arrangements for childcare prior to their appointment.

Most of our health center services have returned to regular operating hours. For more information on which services are currently available and what you can expect during your visit, please check out our Status of Services page.

Community Health Center of the North Country now offers COVID-19 Testing at our Canton Health Center, located at 4 Commerce Lane. If you have an order from your healthcare provider to be tested, or you feel you should be tested, please visit our COVID-19 Testing page for more information.

Community Health Center of the North Country is working closely with public health officials to plan COVID-19 vaccine distribution. For updates on when the vaccine will be available to you, please visit our COVID Vaccination page.

Please call and talk to your provider to determine whether a face-to-face or virtual appointment is best for your next visit.

RESOURCES

For factual information regarding the current Coronavirus cases occurring across the country, including safety and prevention tips, what to do if you are sick, and what you can do to prevent the spread of illness, please visit any of the following links.


CDC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources
New York State Department of Health COVID-19 Resources
St. Lawrence County Department of Health COVID-19 Resources
World Health Organization COVID-19 Q&A
DOH Use of Cloth Face Coverings

 

You can also contact the CDC at 1-800-CDC-INFO, and the New York State Department of Health at 1-888-364-3065