Medicare New Brunswick
To be eligible for New Brunswick Medicare coverage you must be a Canadian citizen or be legally entitled to remain in Canada; have a permanent residence in New Brunswick, and; physically reside in New Brunswick for at least six months (183 days - consecutive or not) during a 12 month period. Maintaining a dwelling, owning property in the province of New Brunswick or paying New Brunswick property or income tax does not mean you are eligible for insured physician or hospital services under the New Brunswick Medicare Plan.
Department of Health Wellness
The Department of Health Wellness support healthy growth and development, foster healthy lifestyles.
Blue Cross of Atlantic Canada
Atlantic Blue Cross Care is a leading provider of personal health benefits coverage. We are committed to providing the strength you need and the care you deserve
Find a Dentist !
Oral health care is a personalized service that requires a good relationship between the dentist and the patient. Here are some ways to find a dentist in your area.
Find a Doctor !
Health care is a personalized service that requires a good relationship between the doctor and the patient. Here are some ways to find a doctor in your area.
Going to a Nursing Home?
The Department of Family and Community Services must approve all admissions to nursing homes - even if you pay your own way. Staff from the Department will decide your eligibility by looking at your long term health care and social needs.
Atlantic Health Sciences Corporation
New Brunswick's largest multi-facility, accredited Regional Health Authority. Comprised of 12 hospitals and health centres extending across 200 km, AHSC serves a catchment population of 200,000 in the Southwestern part of the province. AHSC offers a wide range of primary through tertiary level health care services delivered by a dedicated staff of 4,400 employees and 275 (active) physicians. Twenty-one clinical programs are delivered through in-patient, emergency, ambulatory and community/home care settings. Saint John is the primary referral
centre for the people of this region and, in a number of tertiary services, for people throughout the province.
Hospitals and health centres in communities in Southwestern New Brunswick including Sussex, Saint John, St. Stephen and the Fundy Isles.
AHSC Community Centre
Working together with the community we supply health services, health education and health information so people can gain greater control over their lives. We accomplish this in a variety of ways: providing health expertise; information and educational programs; linking people to the services they need; advocating when necessary; and partnering with others in the community to mobilize action to improve individual and community health.
Allergy Atlantic Ltd.
We supply the allergy vaccines, test materials and medical devices needed to treat the 15% of the population that are afflicted with allergy problems such as hay fever, asthma, food allergies, stinging insect allergies, etc. Expert staff is available by fax or telephone to answer your questions and take your orders.
Atlantic Dental Laboratories
We are the oldest full service Lab in New Brunswick/Canada serving the Atlantic Provinces since 1984. ADL is N.B. owned and operated with North American and European technology being used. The owners have obtained their training from recognized schools in Europe, Canada and the USA.
Do you or someone you know have a disability ? Here is a collection of links to helpful and informative web sites.
Health Associations in Canada
Extensive list of Health Related Associations.
Canada Health Act is to ensure that all eligible residents of Canada have reasonable access to medically necessary insured services on a prepaid basis, without direct charges at the point of service.
Health Care in Canada
Health Care is availabe to all Canadians as established by the Federal Government's Canada Health Act. Health Care Insurance plans have basic similarities across the country including coverage of medically necessary hospital services and the services of a physician, however, any further coverage varies from province to province based on additional provincial funding.