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West Street Health Center

216 West Street, Suite 302

Simcoe, Ontario

N3Y 1S8

Phone number 519-720-6800 Ext. 4466

Fax: 519-752-8686


Hagersville  (519) 720-6800 ext. 4466                                         

Dunnville     905-774-7431 Ext. 1232               


Our services are FREE and our open referral policy means anyone can refer to us even you.

Our caring team of certified diabetes nurses and dietitian educators will help you make a realistic plan to successfully manage your blood sugar levels to live healthy with diabetes.                   

By learning how your meals, activity level, blood glucose testing, and medications control your blood sugar levels YOU can set your goals to ensure the plan is right for you.

Services can be in person, by phone, or by web-based video appointment.



About Us

The Haldimand Norfolk Diabetes Program team provides information, counseling, and support for adults with diabetes, prediabetes, low-risk gestational diabetes, and those who are at risk for diabetes in the communities & surrounding areas of Simcoe, Hagersville, and Dunnville.  We are available for both outpatient and in-hospital appointments.

We offer both private and group appointments based on how you feel most comfortable learning. 


Meet Our Staff

Bridget Korobka RD

Jessica Brown RD

Jaime Anderson RD

Pat Hiebert RN

Elaine Wylie MN (Program Coordinator)

Esther Lessard RN

Anita Addison RN

Jessica Morin Clerk

Lisa Haskett Clerk



Healthcare Provider Referral Form

Printable Referral form (ENG)       

Demande de consultation (FR)


Other Services 

  • Provide blood glucose meters and training for use
  • Outpatient & Inpatient diabetes medication and insulin start-up and adjustment
  • Presentations off-site to the healthcare community
  • Monthly Evening Drop-In Meetings in Simcoe, Hagersville, and  Dunnville- Contact the site closest to you for more details.             


Clinical Standards


Primary Care Authorization for Medical Directive


Physician Signature Letter

Hand Hygiene copy

Prevent the Spread of Germs!



Who is PFAC

Patient and Family Advisory Council Members 

  • Share their story.
  • Participate in committee work.
  • Review or help create educational or informational materials.
  • Work on long and short-term projects.
  • Serve on a patient and family advisory council.

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