Musqueam’s health department provides band and community members access to basic health, mental wellness and home and community care programs on reserve.
By providing health promotion and prevention programs, we assist members in living healthier, longer lives. We encourage members to take charge of their health through education, information, and learning so they are better equipped to avoid disease and complications of chronic illnesses.
For more information on specific health programs and services, please refer to the Musqueam Health Services directory 2018-2020
Department Programs and Contacts
Musqueam Primary Care Clinic
Please call to book an appointment: (604) 266-0043
Fax: (604) 266-0048
Monday – Friday 9:30am – 3:30pm
*closed 12:00 – 1:00pm for lunch*
The Musqueam Clinic is currently at capacity with 700+ patients registered.
All appointments must be booked in advance. No walk-ins — we cannot accommodate same day appointments.
Please be available 15 minutes before and after your scheduled appointment call.
Prescription running low? Please book an appointment a few days prior to running out of your medication.
Missed your telehealth or in-person appointment? Call to rebook for the next available date.
Naloxone kits are available for pick-up. Please check to see if your current Naloxone Kit has expired.
Dr. Michael Dumont, Primary Care Family Physician (Tuesdays only)
Karen Chandra, Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
Jane Estey, Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
Musqueam Pre- and Post-Natal Group
Are you pregnant or have you recently had a baby?
The Musqueam Health Department offers some valuable incentives to pre-natal and post-natal families.
- From the onset of pregnancy, until 3 months postpartum we offer weekly $25.00 Save-on Foods Gift cards for nutritious foods, such as milk, eggs, cheese, fruits & vegetables,to support healthy nutrition during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
- Nursing pads, as needed
- A one-time gift of an Electric Breast pump. One per family
- Welcome gift for your new baby
Due to public health guidelines, the natal program is currently not meeting in person. The Community Health Nurse is available to assist with maternal child health supports (electronically, virtually and/or home visit if needed).
To register for the natal program, contact:
- Crystal Point, RN, Community Health Nurse
Ph: 604-362-9200 | Email: [email protected]
- Arlene Haldane, Nurse Assistant
Ph: 604-655-0580 | Email: [email protected]
Musqueam Youth Centre
Sandra Dan, Youth Outreach Worker
office: (604) 269-3452
cell: (604) 360-9171
Children younger than 7 must have a guardian who is older than 14 with them at all times who will care for them.
Children 0-6 without a parent or guardian will be sent home.
Home & Community Care Program
The Home Care Program is available to our community members to assist with hospital discharges, home care aides, as well as all medical supplies and equipment. Home care services and medical equipment require a note from your doctor with your needs specified.
- Home Care Nurse: Romeo Cosio, RN
- Home Care Office: 604-263-6539
- Leave a message if no answer. Romeo might be on a house call 🙂
- Romeo’s Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday Thursday & Friday from 8:30-5:30 Tuesdays – Off
- Phone: 604-269-3463 or email: [email protected] or [email protected]
Home Care Clients: If you will not be home during your scheduled hours – please contact the Arlene Haldane, Nurse Assistant, 604 269 3354 or 604 655 0580.
*For emergencies, call 911 right away! *
Musqueam Wellness Program
This confidential service is available Monday-Friday, 830- 4pm to Musqueam members, phone or virtually. Call or email to and set up a time to talk to Janice Cross.
Phone: 236-558-9977 Email: [email protected]
Art Therapy for Children, Youth & Adults
Janice Carroll is available Monday to Thursday from 8:30-4:30pm for phone calls, emails or text conversations, and Zoom.
Phone: 778-829-0242 Email: [email protected]
Musqueam Alcohol & Drug Program
The National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program (NNADAP) supports Musqueam members with their substance use and help them get connected to the supports they need.
There are two NNADAP workers who offer addiction support through one-on-one, family, and/or group counselling. NNADAP workers connect members with appropriate professionals and resources, including referrals to detox, recovery homes and treatment centres. If a client enters treatment, NNADAP workers continue to support them as they work to maintain sobriety after returning home.
Musqueam NNADAP workers are available seven days a week, including nights and weekends.
To make an appointment, please call or email Brad or Nicolette.
Nicolette Moore, Drug & Alcohol Counsellor
Office hours: Mon-Fri: 8:30am-4:30pm; Thurs. 1:00-8:00pm
Phone: 236 558 8482 Email: [email protected]
Brad Morin, Drug & Alcohol Counsellor
Office hours: Wed-Fri: 6:00-9:00pm & Sat-Sun: 1:00-5:00pm
Phone: 604 652 1368 Email: [email protected]
In addition, the primary care clinic offers members issuance of prescribed medications to support addiction, including methadone, suboxone, naltrexone and naloxone.
Chronic Disease Management Program (CFMP)
Merv Kelly, Coordinator – [email protected]
Brenda Campbell, Coordinator – [email protected] (604) 263-6312