North Dumfries Community Health Centre Satellite

About the North Dumfries Community Health Centre Satellite

The North Dumfries Community Health Centre was established in 2003 in Ayr as a satellite centre of Langs, an already established community leader in health and social services in Cambridge Ontario. Community residents recognized the need to enhance accessible health care services in North Dumfries Township. Under Langs leadership, a community needs assessment was done and a foundation for the CHC established.

Our inter-professional team includes the following:

  • Physicians
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Physician Assistant
  • Registered Nurses
  • Social Worker
  • Registered Dietitian
  • Diabetes Educators
  • Community Workers
  • Administration Staff

Catchment Area: North Dumfries Township including Ayr, Roseville, Branchton, Clyde, Drumbo, New Dundee and Plattsville


Community Health Centre

Please click here to learn more about the Community Health Centre offered at the North Dumfries site.

Programs & Services

The North Dumfries Community Health Centre offers various programs for children, youth and adults both at the centre, and at facilities in our catchment area.


  • Solemates
    • Participants set a goal of a destination they would like to travel to. Collectively, they walk on our indoor walking track and add up their total kilometers until they reach their goal!
  • Pole Walking
    • Learn the technique and enjoy the benefits of pole walking!
  • Take A Break
    • It’s just that! Take a Break out of your day and enjoy social time with friends. Play games, discuss current events, or go on an outing!

Additional adult programs are offered throughout the year.


To provide recreational activities for youth, we offer programs at our main site in Ayr, as well as Platville and Drumbo on a rotating basis.


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Baby Friendly Initiative

The Baby-Friendly Initiative (BFI) is a global initiative started by the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF in 1991. The goal of the BFI is to protect, promote and support breastfeeding, and to support informed decision-making about infant feeding.

Langs is pursuing BFI designation. We promote exclusive breastfeeding and we welcome you to breastfeed at our site.

Click here for more information on the BFI from Waterloo Region


Counselling Services

Life’s struggles can affect many aspects of your wellness. At North Dumfries Community Health Centre Satellite, an onsite social worker is available to look at how your emotional, mental, physical and spiritual needs are impacted. Counselling and Nutrition services are available to all individuals living in our catchment area, subject to demand for service. Individuals do not have to be a medical patient of the CHC to access this service. The social worker can provide individual, family and couples counselling. There is no fee for this service.

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