The Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre provides wholistic, integrated health services to enable Indigenous people to live in a healthy, balanced state of well-being. The Centre provides services to First Nations, Inuit and Métis people who live on and off reserve. We are mandated to ensure that health services are accessible, of high quality and are culturally safe.

All staff positions flow out of, and support the mission statement of Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre, and align with the following belief statements:

  • We affirm that SOAHAC’s primary responsibility is for the wellbeing of Indigenous people in our area
  • Healing is empowerment that facilitates the reemergence of the Creative Mind, the Spirit and an Agile body
  • SOAHAC provides a healing environment of acceptance and cooperation that nourishes each person with dignity, security, love and renewal
  • SOAHAC sets the example of healing and wellness that starts within its own walls, including Board and staff
  • The establishment of all programs and projects affirm the principles and goals of this organization
  • SOAHAC is a culture-based, competent organization dedicated to the wellness of Indigenous communities

Click on a current employment opportunity to learn more:

SOAHAC 3 NEW Regional Directors positions  — Chippewas of the Thames/London region; Windsor/Erie St. Clair region; Owen Sound/Grey-Bruce region (note: this is an informational brochure about these exciting new positions!)

Seniors’ Health Advocate (PDF) – London, full time 1 year contract

Traditional Healing Liaison (PDF) – Windsor, full time

Physician (PDF) – Windsor, full time

Family Physician (PDF) – Owen Sound/Saugeen First Nation, part time