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Norfolk's Only Public Walk-in Clinic

Volunteers Needed

Volunteers Needed

To assist in directing traffic and answering questions.
Monday – Friday. 10am – 12 Noon, and 1pm – 3pm.

If you are interested, please speak with Lori Yeo, Building Administrator.
(Basement level, left off the elevator at the end of the Administration Hallway)


The Norfolk Family Health Team has announced in a press release April 4, 2023, that they will be moving to Simcoe. The NFHT will continue to provide primary care to their patients from their new location and will still be providing a variety of health care services to the residents of the entire county.

The DCHC remains the home of Norfolk County’s only public Walk-in Clinic, the Big Creek Family Health Organization and their team of physicians which includes Dr. Coehlo, Dr. Ahrens and Dr. Szabo as well as the services of Haldimand Norfolk REACH, My Health, Life Labs, Hometown Hearing and Pharmasave.

The Delhi Community Health Centre was built by the community, for the community, to provide access to quality health care services, and that directive has never changed. The DCHC will actively be working towards filling the space that will be available in our Centre with new health care service providers.

Question and Answers NFHT Move to Simcoe

Who we are

The Delhi Community Health Centre is a community-owned, nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to offering space in the DCHC building for quality health care professionals to rent for treating patients who reside in Delhi and surrounding areas. We also provide the only OPEN TO THE PUBLIC WALK-IN CLINIC. Donations pay for the walk-in clinic supplies, equipment, support staff and for building repairs/expansion.

Our vision is a vibrant community with opportunities and services to attract and retain families, and to maintain the health and well-being of residents of all ages.

Stethoscope & Heart

COVID Notice

The Delhi Community Health Centre (DCHC) is taking preventive steps to limit the exposure to the coronavirus in our communities and workforce while at the same time taking care of patients who continue to need routine care.

If you are exhibiting any cold or flu like symptoms, Please wear a mask while inside our health care centre.