NVHA Services are available to Nisga’a Citizens 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year:
PLEASE NOTE, DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC:
WE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING WALK-INS.
ALL SERVICES WILL BE BY APPOINTMENT (INCLUDING LAB WORK).
PATIENTS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR A MASK UPON ENTRY. PLEASE FOLLOW THE ENTRY PROCESS UPON ENTRY.
Monday to Friday between the hours of 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, lunch hour from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EXCLUDING HOLIDAYS)
NEW AIYANSH HEALTH CENTER 250 633 5000, TOLL FREE 1-888-233-2212, AFTER REGULAR OPERATIONAL HOURS (250) 633 2298
DOCTORS OFFICE (250) 633 5026
PATIENT TRAVEL (250) 633-5030, TOLL FREE 1-877-5030. AFTER REGULAR OPERATIONAL HOURS (250) 975-0777
MENTAL HEALTH Team lead 250 975 1639 (SAME NUMBER FOR EMERGENCY AND AFTER REGULAR OPERATIONAL HOURS)
LAXGALTS’AP HEALTH CENTER (250) 621 3274, TOLL FREE 1-800-991-5667, EMERGENCY AFTER OPERATIONAL HOURS (250) 621-3423
GINGOLX HEALTH CENTER (250) 326-4258, TOLL FREE 1-800-991-5671, EMERGENCY AFTER OPERATIONAL HOURS (250) 326-2345
After hour emergency number for Nisga’a Crisis Response, for emergency use only. 250-975-0991.
Click here for other Crisis Lines.
Your health and well-being is important to NVHA. Your emergency is important to NVHA, so if you are given another number to call when you call any of these numbers, it only means that there is a change in shift of the emergency on-call worker. NVHA nurses and doctors work emergency services on a rotational basis, so the emergency phone number to call may change depending who is on shift.
Another option is to call the health centre number in your community. The voice mail message will include all emergency contact number(s) for that day. It is changed daily, and provides the most up-to-date on-call emergency contact information.
How can I tell if I have an emergency? Click here for some guidelines.