Ambulatory Care Services

Ambulatory Care offers outpatient services, including assessments and treatments, on referral from a primary care provider. Clinics offered in both Petrolia and Sarnia hospitals provide ongoing care and follow-up for patients of all ages.

Professional, trained staff work alongside the family physicians, specialists and surgeons in the clinics. The nurses, technicians, aides and clerks are supported by a Professional Practice Supervisor for ongoing learning and current best practices.

The following clinics are available in Ambulatory Care:

  • Allergy care;
  • Chronic pain management;
  • Dermatology care;
  • Excisions and biopsies;
  • Gynaecological care;
  • Othopaedic care (including casts, braces, splints and injections);
  • Peripherally inserted central catheter management (nurse-led);
  • Rheumatology care;
  • Transfusion and infusion care;
  • Urology care; and
  • Vascular/wound care.

Appointments are booked through the physician offices. Upon arrival at the hospital, patients proceed directly to Ambulatory Care to register. Patients are seen by the physician according to medical urgency.

Location:

Ambulatory Care
Level 1, Norman Building
Bluewater Health, Sarnia
89 Norman Street, Sarnia, ON N7T 6S3

Charlotte Eleanor Englehart Hospital of Bluewater Health
450 Blanche Street, Petrolia, Ontario N0N 1R0

Hours & Contact:

In Petrolia, clinics vary according to physician schedules
Petrolia Telephone: 519-882-4325, Ext. 2499
In Sarnia, clinics run Monday to Friday, 7:30 am to 3:30 pm
Sarnia Telephone: 519-464-4400, Ext. 4402

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Bluewater Health’s programs and services are distributed across two locations, Bluewater Health in Sarnia and Charlotte Eleanor Englehart Hospital of Bluewater Health in Petrolia. 

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