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Alts’ik K’atr’anahtii Zheh

Old Crow
Health Centre

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Alts’ik K’atr’anahtii Zheh-Old Crow Health Centre The Old Crow Health Centre, pictured left, was built in 1960 and later upgraded in 1985. This large building houses a clinic, offices for staff, a visitor's suite, two apartments, furnace room and storage space. It is staffed year round by 1 Nurse in Charge and 1 Full-time registered nurse, a Clerk/Receptionist and a Custodial Worker.



Health Centre waiting areaThe clinic area consists of the reception area, examination rooms and several other rooms. Meetings and education sessions are held in the telehealth room.

Health care in Old Crow is provided by the Government of Yukon, Health and Social Services, Community NursingOpens in new window....

Nurses interested in working here can find more information at employment.gov.yk.caOpens in new window....


Hours of Operation

Every morning is walk-in clinic 8:30am-11:30am
Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm (lunch is from noon to 1pm)

Monday - Well Child/ Immunizations 1 - 4pm
Tuesday - Well Woman/Well Man 1 - 4pm
Wednesday - Blood Work 8:30 - 9:00am / Closed for administration 1-4pm
Thursday - Chronic Disease 1 - 4pm
Friday - Drop-in all day

A nurse is on call for emergencies only after hours, weekends and holidays!


Ouzena Vollaire

Ouzena Vollaire is Old Crow’s new Nurse In Charge. She originates from France, but her and her husband Georges have lived in Canada for 15 years. She began her position here in Old Crow in March of this year. This is not Ouzena’s first time living above the Arctic Circle, as she has lived and worked all around Nunavut, and parts of Northern Quebec.

Tabatha Chiasson

Tabatha Chiasson is the Clerk/Receptionist. She has lived in Old Crow for almost a year. She performs reception, clerical and administrative assistant duties for the Health Centre. Her duties include greeting clients and answering the phone, maintaining client records, setting up appointments, and arranging medical travel to Whitehorse for clients who require it. Shes been with community nursing for 5 years on and off. She just started her permanent position with the Health Centre in July 2015.

Sherrie Frost

Sherrie Frost is the Custodial Worker for the Health Centre. Her duties include keeping the main level areas clean and hygienic, the floors in good condition and the outside areas clean and safe. She also delivers and picks up freight and performs other maintenance duties as required.


Past Nurses posted in Old Crow.
(Many are missing. Please contact us if you have pictures or bio information.)
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