Primary Care

The Six Nations Primary Care Team is a diverse multidisciplinary team of practitioners of Haudenosaunee and Western medicine. Our mission is to build and maintain a Healthy Community through patient-centred wholistic care in partnership with surrounding resources


White Pines Wellness Centre

1745 Chiefswood Road, Ohsweken, ON N0A 1M0



Hours of Operation:


Monday-Friday (except Holidays), 8:30am-4:30 pm

Program Vision and Mission:


We are a dynamic team of caring healers and Onkwehón:we utilizing Western and alternative medicine to effectively nurture health and wellness.


We recognize and respect the parallels of Onkwehón:we and Western medicines in the spirit of the Two Row Wampum. With this recognition we help individuals, families, and the community journey along their pathway to optimal mental, physical, emotional and spiritual wellness.

Services Offered:

  • Primary Care/Family Physician Services

  • Nurse Practitioner Services

  • Traditional Healing Services

  • Social Work- counselling, group therapy

Our Team:

Clinic Staff

  • Family Physicians

  • Registered Nurses

  • Registered Practical Nurses

  • Nurse Practitioners

  • Social Workers

  • Dietitians

Visiting Professionals

  • Pharmacists

  • Traditional Health Practitioners

  • Nephrologists

  • Pediatricians

  • Podiatrists

  • Respiration Therapists

  • Endocrinologists

  • Psychiatrists

Intake/Referral Process:

Please complete the following intake form and either

  • Fax to: 519-445-1917, or;

  • Email to: or;

  • Drop off to the Family Health Team located at White Pines Wellness Centre, 1745 Chiefswood Road, Ohsweken ON 

New Patient/Waitlist Intake Form: Click Here 

Six Nations Health Services in collaboration with St. Joseph's Hospital of Hamilton, is pleased to announce the opening of an Internal Medicine Rapid Assessment clinic (IMRAC) on Six Nations territory.

The clinic will have the capacity to receive referrals from healthcare providers and community partners who serve Six Nations community members and those identifying as Indigenous in the area.

The clinic will offer rapid internal medicine assessments locally. This will eliminate the necessity for community members to travel elsewhere for services.

The clinic will see Indigenous patients with:

  • Chronic complex medical conditions
  • Uncontrolled diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • COPD
  • Not Yet Diagnosed (NYD) acute medical conditions that are stable enough to not needed the emergency room.
  • Common Internal Medicine conditions
  • Common internal medicine procedures- skin biopsies, thoracentesis, paracentesis, diagnostic lumbar puncture, joint injections/aspirations.

Patient care is delivered in a culturally safe manner, with the option for patients to incorporate traditional healing practices and allied health services into their care plan.

Referrals may be sent via fax to the Primary Care Management Team at Six Nations Health Services at 519-445-4679. A physician will then assess and prioritize these referrals according to the patient's level of urgency, ensuring that they are seen promptly. In cases where a clinic is scheduled on the same day, we will make an effort to triage and accommodate same-day patient referrals when necessary.

Click here for the referral form. 


Six Nations
Health Services

1745 Chiefswood Rd
Ohsweken ON N0A 1M0
Phone: (519) 445-2418
Fax: (519) 445-0368
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