Main Street Medical Clinic is a family medicine clinic in Springdale, NL. We offer an integrated delivery model and use technology to help us provide accessible, timely, and convenient patient care.
What we Do
Your Journey to Wellness Begins Here
In addition to our family practice, Main Street Medical Clinic is pleased to offer a variety of services not otherwise available in our region.
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Uninsured & Specialized Services
MSMC foot care by a certified foot care nurse – to make an appointment email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Supported Charities
Giving is an important part to achieving personal wellness. Three of the staff at Main Street Medical Clinic have been to HATS Haiti, a non-denominational charity founded and operated by Karen Huxter, originally from Springdale, NL.
Meet The Springdale Staff
Left to right: Dr. Todd Young, Jenny Wells, Angela Morey, Matthew England, Rhonda Rolfe, Chrissy Bouzane, Madison Atwood and Elaine Huxter.
Organ donation is the process of surgically removing and putting an organ or tissue in another individual (the recipient) from one individual (the organ donor). Transplantation is necessary because disease or trauma has damaged the recipient’s organ. People of all ages should see themselves as potential donors. When a person dies, they are assessed on the basis of their medical history and age for donor suitability. The donation’s medical suitability is determined by the Organ Procurement Agency. Read this blog to find out how to become an organ donor and the positive affect it has on so many lives.
Main Street Medical Monthly Digest By: Shelby Rolfe January 2020 Let's Talk About Mental Health January 29th is this years Bell Lets Talk day. This day is dedicated each year to help end the stigma around people with mental illnesses by getting the conversation going....
If you are in an abusive relationship often times you will feel, demeaned, assaulted or excessively controlled by your partner. It is important to be aware of these warning signs and to get help right away. If you or your loved one are in a abusive relationship and need help please report to police or call this helpline 1-866-872-0113.