Accessing Care in Manitoba

  • Family Doctor Finder
    Accessing CareIf you live in Manitoba and you need a family doctor, the Family Doctor Finder can help you find one.
  • Mobile Clinics
    People living in or near a community served by one of Manitoba's Mobile Clinics can use the clinic as their 'home clinic'- the place where they receive most of their health care, or just access it for some of their every day health care needs.
  • ACCESS Centres
    ACCESS Centres are unique to each community they serve ensuring that the needs of the community are met. Services include front line health care from physicians or nurse practitioners to assistance with mental health, home care, employment and income assistance programs.
  • QuickCare Clinics
    Manitoba's QuickCare clinics are there to meet your unexpected health care needs even when some other clinics may be closed. QuickCare clinics are staffed by nurse practitioners and registered nurses who can help prevent, diagnose and treat minor health issues.
  • Birth Centres
    Birth centres provide another choice and models include free-standing, adjacent to hospital, and midwife-led ‘home-from-home’ units within hospital.
  • Midwifery
    Midwives have provided health care for thousands of Manitoba families, and this option continues to be made available to more families each year. Manitoba midwives work in northern and remote communities, southern and rural communities, and in urban areas.
  • TeleCARE Manitoba
    TeleCARE Manitoba is a telephone-based program that helps Manitobans with heart failure or Type 2 diabetes manage their condition.