The Saturna Medical Clinic is located at the Saturna Island Recreation and Cultural Centre, 104 Harris Road, Saturna Island. For urgent or emergency care call 911 (tell the dispatcher that you are calling from Saturna Island)
Doctor Manya Sadouski, Wednesdays, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m (closed for lunch 12:45 - 1:15) Book appointments by calling the clinic: 250-539-5435.
Nurse Practitioners Leanne Rowand or Tracy Adams, alternating Thursdays, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Book appointments by calling the clinic: 250-539-5435.
Community Mental Health Nurse, Sandra Notschke, visits Saturna once per month as a member of the SGI Mental Health and Substance Use team. For referral information call 250-538-4849.
Home Care services can be arranged by contacting the Island Health Authority Central Intake, General inquiries at 1-888-533-2273.
Public Health Nurses - for information or appointment call Peninsula Health Unit 1-250-544-2400.
Registered Massage Therapist Sandra Kriese, by appointment at 250-539-3673.
Registered Acupuncturist Mareena Dufault by appointment at 778-587-2327 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Meals on Wheels - Contact Saturna Cafe at 250-539-5177
Saturna Equipment Loans Cupboard - Geri Crooks 250-539 - 5423 or 250-539 -5435
Prescription Pick-up - Barb Hicks - 250-539 - 5113
Medical Office Assistant: Pam Janszen
Clinic Manager -Leigh Field
Emergency/Treatment Room supplies - Vanessa 250-539 -5435
When the clinic is closed dial 811 to contact HealthLink BC and speak to a health professional.
Or call the 24-Hour BC Nurse Line 1 - 866-215-4700. Someone is always available to assist you in making a decision regarding who to call and when to call. These are both very valuable resources.
As the visiting physician and nurse practitioner are each on Saturna only one day per week try to anticipate your medication needs and book an appointment. They can fax a medication order to a pharmacy in town or a limited supply of medication may be available from the clinic but only under the Doctor's or Nurse Practitioner's supervision. If you require emergency medications at any other time you will have to leave the Island to obtain them. It is also wise to remind your visitors to bring enough required medications to last for the duration of their visit.
You can bring your outdated or no longer needed medications to the Medical Clinic on Wednesdays or Thursdays for proper disposal or take them to any pharmacy in town. Flushing medications down the toilet or throwing them in the garbage contaminates the water and soil.
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