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Primary Care Providers (Family Physicians/Nurse Practitioners) - provide assessments, prevent, treat and diagnose illnesses and injuries and help patients manage chronic illnesses

Registered Nurses - triage, assess, treat, and monitor patients with acute or chronic illness and injuries in partnership with primary care providers; focus on chronic disease self management and illness/injury prevention for patients throughout the lifespan, through health education and other supportive services (ex. immunizations, contraceptive education, smoking cessation counseling, etc.)

Registered Dietitians - provide advice on how nutrition and diet impact on health, as well as providing disease prevention and treatment for patients living with diabetes, heart disease and other chronic illnesses.

Pharmacist - provide medication-related education and support patients with complex illnesses

Social/Mental Health Workers - provide counseling/therapy to help resolve problems and find required community resources

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