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Roblin's Health Centre is located at 15 Hospital Street | 204-937-2142
It is a fully staffed hospital with an emergency room serviced by 4 doctors.
(For ambulance services and medical emergencies, call 911)

  • Emergency Services 
  • Inpatient Services
  • Outpatient Services
  • Mental Health Services
  • Therapy and Rehabilitation Services
  • MB Teleheath Services

Family Physician Services Clinic | 204-937-8312
Non-emergent walk-ins and appointments.

Diagnostic Services | 204-937-2512

  • Lab
  • X-ray
  • EKG
  • Ultrasound

Cancer Navigation | 1-855-346-3710

Chronic Disease Program/Diabetes/Heart | 1-877-509-7852

Roblin is part of the Prairie Mountain Health. For more information on their services, visit the Prairie Mountain Health.

The health facility in Roblin is a modern, 25-bed active treatment hospital juxtaposed with a 60-bed Personal Care Home. The Health Centre employees over 125 full-time, part-time, and casual staff along with 3.5 full-time physicians. Services provided include 24-hour Emergency Service and diagnostic services. Visiting services include ultrasound, podiatry, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, dietician, mammogram, Diabetes Education, Addictions Foundation.

Location: 15 Hospital Street, Roblin
Mailing Address: Box 940, Roblin, MB R0L 1P0
Phone: (204) 937-2142
Fax: (204) 937-8892

The W.E. Nash Medical Clinic provides medical, dental and optometry services. It is attached to the Roblin District Health Centre making it accessible and convenient for patients, staff and physicians.

Location: 15 Hospital Street, Roblin
Mailing Address: Box 1030, Roblin, MB R0L 1P0
Phone: (204) 937-8312

The Help Centre is governed by a community board composed of members from the Municipality of Roblin.

Our key services are:

  • Lifeline: Help is just a button push away. One press of a button worn around the neck puts seniors in touch with help instantly. The cost is a mere $1.00 a day. Installation and servicing is all provided locally through the Community Help Centre.
  • Congregate Meal Programs: The Community Help Centre sponsors the congregate meal programs at Roblin Residence and Maple Manor. Seniors are provided with a hot nutritious meal in a family-like setting.
  • HandiVan: The Community Help Centre works with the Town Office by co-ordinating the volunteer drivers for the Handivan. Because of the dedication of the volunteer drivers, seniors' transportation in Roblin is very affordable at just $2.00 per trip. Out-of-town transportation is provided at $0.35 per kilometre. Call (204) 937-3859 to book the HandiVan.
  • Meals on Wheels: The Community Help Centre co-ordinates 14 community groups to delivery meals to individual?s home three times per week.
  • Filling Out Forms: The Help Centre fills out many forms for seniors including OAS, CPP and GIS forms; replacement birth certificates and social insurance cards.
  • Information and Referral: The Help Centre is a one-stop information service for seniors and their families. We can connect people with Home Care programs, or with support groups such as those for Alzheimers, Parkinsons and cancer. We also provide assistance with admission to personal care homes or with renting an apartment.

Location: 124-2nd Avenue N.W., Roblin
Mailing Address: Box 209, Roblin, MB R0L 1P0
Phone: (204) 937-8276

Services provided at the Parkland Community Health Office include:

Home Care

The Manitoba Home Care Program is a community-based program that provides home support to individuals, regardless of age, who require health service or assistance with activities of daily living. Home care works with individuals and provides assistance to help them stay in their homes for as long as safely possible. Anybody can make a referral to home care. Services provided by Home Care are:

  1. Health Care. Nurses can provide nursing care. Physiotherapist or Occupational Therapist referrals can be made on a client's behalf.
  2. Respite Care. Arranged through Community Health and available at the Crocus Court Personal Care Home to provide relief for short periods of time for the family care-giver.
  3. Supplies & equipment. Some supplies & equipment needed for client care may be available through home care.
  4. Adult Day Program and Meals on Wheels can be accessed through home care.
  5. Application to Personal Care Home is completed with assistance from home care coordinators.
  6. The Manitoba Home Oxygen Program which provides oxygen concentrators to qualifying clients is monitored by home care.

Meals on Wheels

The meals on wheels program functions out of the Dietary Department of the Roblin District Health Centre. The Home Care Office does assessments, and clients who are unable to provide their own food are delivered hot meals three times per week.

Public Health Program

Public Health Nursing focuses on the health of the entire populations or communities. Public Health nursing expertise is in the promotion and protection of health and the prevention of disease. The Public Health Program provides a broad range of services that include:

  • Reproductive health, pregnancy / childbirth and parenting
  • Family health for children, adolescents, adults and the elderly
  • Nutrition education
  • Prevention of injury, chronic diseases and substance abuse/addictions
  • Families First offers home visiting supports to families with children, from pregnancy to school entry. The program is offered to qualifying families on a volunteer basis.
  • School Health Program
  • Immunizations
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Healthy Baby -- Growing Healthy Families
  • Child Development Clinics
  • Communicable Disease Control

Health Promotion Coordinator

The Health Promotion Coordinator works with community groups and partners to identify, plan and implement initiatives related to health promotion and disease prevention, based on identified health needs.

Mental Health Services for both adults and child/adolescence

Mental Health professionals provide services to individuals experiencing mental health issues. Services available include: assessment, counselling, therapy, crisis intervention, consultation, public and professional education.

Home Care Program

Home Care is a community-based program that provides home support to individuals who require health services or assistance with activities of daily living that are not available from existing supports or community resources. Home care works with individuals and provides assistance to help them remain in their own home for as long as is safely possible. A professional assessment of the individuals needs, existing supports and community resources will determine eligibility for the Manitoba Home Care Program.

Services available through Home Care include:

  • Home oxygen program
  • Nursing service
  • Rehabilitative therapy assessment
  • Health teaching
  • Personal care services
  • Meal preparation
  • Respite/family relief
  • Access to adult day care
  • Assessment and facilitation of personal care home placement
  • In-home supports
  • Palliative care is the provision of skilled, compassionate interdisciplinary professional and volunteer care for people whose disease does not respond to curative treatment.

Regional Diabetes Program

The Regional Diabetes Program (RDP) provides education in individual and group settings. Nurse educators, dietitians and a community diabetes educator deliver the program.

Rehabilitation Support Services

Physiotherapy

Occupational Therapy

Speech Language Pathology


Location: 15 Hospital Street, Roblin
Mailing Address: Box 940, Roblin, MB R0L 1P0
Phone: (204) 937-2151
Fax: (204) 937-5992

Crocus Court Personal Care Home provides 60 beds for long-term care with an Adult Day Program and respite care available.

Location: 15 Hospital Street, Roblin
Mailing Address: Box 940, Roblin, MB R0L 1P0
Phone: (204) 937-2149

Mailing Address: Box 368, Roblin, MB R0L 1P0
Phone: (204) 937-8798

Criminal Record Check Information

Roblin RCMP are trying to stream line the growing number of Criminal Record Check requests at the local detachment. In order to speed the process, we are now adding the application instructions to the Roblin website. This way applicants now only need to attend the detachment to drop off the completed forms and payment, and pick up once they are completed.

Criminal Record Checks for volunteers are usually free if an applicant can provide a letter from the volunteer organization with the application forms.

Criminal Record Check for employment, education, fostering, pardons, adoptions, travel visa's, permanent residencies will cost $10.00 (cash only) at the RCMP Detachment. If prints are required, other fees can apply.

Criminal Record Check Application Form

**RCMP do not conduct 'Child Abuse Registry' checks, this is run by another provincial agency. If you are required to complete a 'Child Abuse Registry' check, please visit the Government of Manitoba Child Abuse Registry for further information. 

Phone: (204) 937-8054