Chart Information

Written by rhchc on April 6th, 2015


As of April 7th an interim replacement for Dr. Gadir will be working in Kennetcook (902-362-2021) seeing Rawdon patients on a same day booking basis. Colchester East Hants is making arrangements to move all patient records to Kennetcook by April 10th.

After April 8th, If you require you medical records to go elsewhere, please contact the office in Kennetcook.

Annual General Meeting

Written by rhchc on March 23rd, 2015

Please join us for the Rawdon Hills Community Health Centre annual general meeting on Wednesday, March 25th at 7 p.m. at the Rawdon Gold Mines Hall.

All welcome!

Heritage Day

Written by rhchc on February 15th, 2015

The Rawdon Hills Community Health Centre will be closed on February 16th, Heritage Day. This year’s honoree is Viola Desmond.

Important Petition in Support of Community Health Centres

Written by rhchc on January 23rd, 2015

Nova Scotia’s Community Health Centres (CHCs) have tremendous potential to improve healthcare and wellbeing for Nova Scotians, as well as the overall sustainability of our province’s health system.

Evidence from across Canada and the United States demonstrates that CHCs deliver effective interdisciplinary primary health care; offer more comprehensive services than other models of primary care; outperform other models of primary care in treating chronic conditions and preventing hospital ER admissions; and achieve higher patient satisfaction ratings than other models of primary care.

In addition, CHCs act as economic engines, helping boost local economic development and spark social enterprise, especially in economically-deprived communities. There is perhaps no better example of this in Canada currently than the very successful Hope Blooms social enterprise — established and nurtured by Halifax’s North End CHC.

Unfortunately, CHCs in Nova Scotia do not receive any core funding from the provincial government. They are persistently starved for the basic resources offered to other health organizations in the province.

Nova Scotia’s Liberal Party has voiced strong support for CHCs and has made a commitment to implementing a provincial policy framework for CHCs in the province. We are calling on the provincial government to fulfill this commitment and to commit to funding core operating budgets for all CHCs  in Nova Scotia.

We urge you to support this call to action by adding your name to our online petition below.

Please copy and paste this address into your search bar to sign the petition.

CTV Interview January 22nd at 6p.m.

Written by rhchc on January 22nd, 2015

 Please tune in and watch CTV news at 6 tonight, January 22nd for an interview on our health centre by  reporter Kelland Sundhal.

A Sincere Thank You

Written by rhchc on January 20th, 2015

To everyone who volunteered, baked, played a role in and attended our Christmas concert on December 14th. Your time, talents and generosity  are greatly appreciated. Donations totalling $1082.00 were received to aid programs provided and supported by the Rawdon Hills Community Health Centre Association.


Written by rhchc on January 7th, 2015

The Board members and staff of the Rawdon Hills Community Health Centre would like to extend best wishes for a happy and healthy 2015 and thank all community members who have supported the Centre this past year. 

Holiday Hours

Written by rhchc on December 9th, 2014


Thank You

Written by rhchc on December 9th, 2014

Board members of the Rawdon Hills Community Health Centre would like to thank all those who attended our public meeting. It was not a pleasant night to drive and your support and comments were appreciated by us. All of our services are continuing as as is until further notice.


Written by rhchc on November 18th, 2014

Please join us Monday, November 24th, 7 p.m. at the Rawdon Gold Mines Hall for information from Colchester East Hants Health Authority and Department of Health on local health services and the future of the Rawdon Hills Community Health Centre.

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