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Nurses - Central

In Ontario, there are two categories of nurses: registered nurses (RNs) and registered practical nurses (RPNs). Nurse practitioners (NP) are registered nurses with additional education which enables them to provide primary and acute health care. Nurses, a regulated profession under the Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA), have many different roles and work in many settings.

Agencies that provide visiting nurses in the home and community are listed under In-Home Nursing.

These services are located outside of Central, but provide service to Central.
Canadian Indigenous Nurses Association  
50 Driveway, Ottawa, ON  K2P 1E2
613-724-4677 Add to Clipboard
College of Nurses of Ontario  
101 Davenport Rd, Toronto, ON  M5R 3P1
416-928-0900 Add to Clipboard
Nurse Practitioners' Association of Ontario  
Toronto Star Building, 1 Yonge St, Suite 1801, Toronto, ON  M5E 1W7
437-980-4566 Add to Clipboard
Nurses Specialized in Wound, Ostomy and Continence Canada  
66 Leopolds Dr, Ottawa, ON  K1V 7E3
1-888-739-5072 Add to Clipboard
Ontario Nurses' Association - Orillia - Regional Office  
210 Memorial Ave, Unit 126A, Orillia, ON  L3V 7V1
705-327-0404 Add to Clipboard
Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario  
158 Pearl St, Toronto, ON  M5H 1L3
416-599-1925 Add to Clipboard
Registered Practical Nurses Association of Ontario  
5025 Orbitor Dr, Bldg 4, Suite 200, Mississauga, ON  L4W 4Y5
905-602-4664 Add to Clipboard

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