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In June, HSN joined 23 hospitals in Northeastern Ontario on a shared EMR to make your healthcare experience better.

A shared (EMR) will mean no matter where you come for care in the region, we will have your medical history and information from hospital in a safe and secure place that’s easy for our teams to access.

You won’t see our teams using paper like they used to. Instead they’ll use the EMR to view your medical history on a computer so you won’t need to keep telling your story as often to everyone you meet. We won’t repeat tests as often or ask the same questions over and over again.

Here's why we’re celebrating the launch of the new EMR!



An EMR will mean up to date patient information in one secure location, easy to read digital orders, a seamless medication process, and much more right at the bedside.

Digital care plans will improve the patient experience, give staff and physicians access to patient health history, reduce the risk of medication errors, and give clinicians access to the latest evidence based care practices.

Logo for ONE project, featuring a silhouette in the letter O, and the number 1 forming the letter N; banner text reads one person - one record - one system.

We ask for your patience and understanding as our teams learn this new system to serve you better and offer you a more seamless care experience. As this occurs, you may experience longer wait times for some services. Remember, you have other options for non-urgent medical needs.

Residents of the Greater City of Sudbury and its surrounding area are encouraged to consider alternative healthcare choices in the city for treatment of non-urgent medical conditions.

Visit Your Family Doctor

For less urgent problems, your first choice is to call your family doctor. Make sure that you know the office hours and what plans are made for patients when the office is closed. Also, find out what you should do when your doctor is away on vacation. If you have questions about your medications, feel free to talk to your pharmacist or family doctor.

Crisis Intervention Services

Feeling Overwhelmed? You have options. We Can Help. Crisis Intervention Services are free for people living or visiting in the Sudbury & Manitoulin Districts. We work with individuals of all ages and with your family and other supports if you agree to have them involved. We will help you find solutions to the issues you face and provide brief counselling and referral to other programs or agencies that can help you.

Other Community Options

Laurentian University - Sudbury - Health and Wellness Centre (Students/Staff)
705-675-1151 ex. 1067 or 705-673-6546
935 Ramsey Lake Rd, Rm G-23
Brady Clinic 
705-688-8833 ex. 300
359 Riverside Dr.  Suite 101
Northwood Medical Clinic-South End
2009 Long Lake Rd. 
Cambrian College - Health and Wellness Clinic   (Students/staff)
705-566-8101 ex. 7822
1400 Barrydowne Rd, Room 2208, 
Northwood Medical Walk in Clinics - Lasalle Blvd
1280 Lasalle Blvd, Suite 102, Sudbury
Garson Walk In Clinic
3098 Falconbridge Hwy, Garson
Notre Dame Walk In Clinic  
705-671-9797 ext 4
430 Notre Dame Ave, Sudbury
Killarney Health Centre
34A Commissioner St, Killarney, ON  
Top Docs Medical Walk-in Clinic
3179-2 Highway 69 North, Val Caron ON
Lasalle Walk-In Clinic
1813 Lasalle Blvd. 
Northwood Medical Clinics - Azilda
93 Notre Dame Ave West, Azilda
Primacy Medical Centre
1485 Lasalle Blvd. (Inside Real Canadian Superstore)
Good Doctors Walk-in Clinic
2956 Highway 69 North, Val Caron