COVID-19 Indigenous Resources

Aniin, the Indigenous Program at Lakeridge Health is here to support you, patients and families, with your care journey. Lakeridge Health is continuously working to improve access to high quality services utilized by First Nation, Inuit and Métis peoples. In particular during this COVID-19 pandemic, we recognize that it may be challenging to navigate the availability of healthcare services and supports.

Durham Region COVID-19 Vaccine Roll-out

  • All Indigenous Adults and Adult Household Members can book appointments, as of March 18, 2021. See poster for more information.
  • Book on-line or by phone at 1-888-444-5113.
  • Do you identify as having Indigenous ancestry living in Durham Region and are having issues registering? Email Carter at

Contact Us

Are you interested in information regarding cultural services? Are you looking for support before, during and/or after appointments (accessing care, creating a focused care plan of your health care goals, obtaining answers to questions that you have)? Kathy Beaver-MacLeod, Indigenous Navigator, can provide support.

Contact Kathy by:

Are you interested in information regarding available services and programming for Indigenous outreach initiatives relevant to improving one’s journey? Carter Sehn, Indigenous Outreach Liaison, provides coordination and support for Indigenous outreach initiatives.

Contact Carter by:

  • Email: 
  • Phone: 905-576-8711 or 1-866-338-1778 ext. 33982

Please contact us. We are here to help!