Welcome to the KFHT

The Kincardine Family Health team (Kincardine FHT / KFHT) is a group of allied healthcare professionals that provides our local community with the highest level of collaborative primary health care services possible.

Your Opinion Matters


Help Inform our 3-Year Plan, click here for details.

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· • Our Mission • ·

To provide comprehensive patient care utilizing an interdisciplinary approach that is responsive to the needs of the community.


Programs & Services

The Kincardine Family Health Team works collaboratively with your physician to provide comprehensive healthcare services to keep you and your family healthy.
Find out about all the programs and services offered by the Kincardine FHT.

Patient Resources

Kincardine Family Health Team staff have gathered helpful resources to support you in managing your health and feeling your best every day. We endorse these resources and invite you to explore those that focus on your health concerns and goals.


Your Opinion Matters


Help Inform our 3-Year Plan


  • You are passionate about improving the experience of patients at the Kincardine Family Health Team
  • You have received care from any of the services offered by our Allied Health Team (Dietitian, Kinesiologist, Nurse Practitioner, Occupational Therapist, Registered Nurse, Social Worker) or our partner providers (Lactation Consultant, Respiratory Therapist)
  • You have participated in any of our group programs or education sessions


  • Share your thoughts and experiences in an interactive group session
  • Brainstorm ideas on how we can improve patient experiences
  • Vote on priorities that are most important to you that will inform our plan to improve the experience for all of our patients



2PM – 4:30PM •OR• 5:30PM – 8PM

New Miller Insurance Room at the Davidson Centre, 601 Durham Street, Kincardine, ON

Light Refreshments provided


KFHT Virtual Visit Privacy and Security

To ensure we can offer the right care in the right place that meets the needs of our patients, the Kincardine Family Health Team offers virtual care appointments using audio and video technologies in addition to our in-person services.

Just like online shopping or email, Virtual Care has some inherent privacy and security risks that your health information may be intercepted or unintentionally disclosed. We want to make sure you understand this before we proceed.


  • We use video and audio technology so we can see and hear each other.
  • In order to improve privacy and confidentiality, you should also take steps to participate in this virtual care encounter in a private setting, and should not use an employer’s or someone else’s computer/device as they may be able to access your information.
  • We recommend you be in a quiet place for your virtual visit so that others cannot overhear the session (unless you want to include others in your visit – please tell us who is with you).
  • You will be asked for details of what is happening and your health history – these questions may be very personal and sensitive.
  • Details of your virtual visit will be recorded in your health record just like in an in-person visit.
  • We will not make a recording of the virtual visit. We ask that you not record the visit either.
  • We may ask to take photographs if necessary to treat you – we will tell you before we take any photograph.


  • Virtual visits are not appropriate for emergencies – please call 911.
  • We may not be able to have a virtual visit with you if we need to touch you as part of the examination.
  • Time may be limited based on the availability of our staff during the pandemic.
  • This service may not be available after the pandemic – we may need to end it at any time.


  • We have taken appropriate steps to preserve your privacy.
  • However, we cannot provide you with the same guarantee of security and confidentiality as if you were seen in person.
  • Our staff who are doing the virtual visit may be working from home – they will find a quiet place away from others in their household .


  • Unregulated virtual care technologies increase the risk that your personal health information may be intercepted or disclosed to third parties. These tools are being used as an extraordinary measure during the COVID-19 pandemic when regulated technology is not readily available [and/or convenient re. patient lacks the requisite internet bandwidth and/or speed; infrastructure (re. computer, microphone, camera)], and the necessity to keep people from congregating or attending health facilities where they may be exposed to the COVID-19 virus is thought to outweigh the risk of personal privacy breaches on both a personal and population health basis.
  • It is possible there could be a problem with the technology and your session could be cut short or interrupted.
  • The quality of the video or audio may not be good enough for a health care provider to assist you virtually or could negatively impact the quality of the care you receive

Virtual Care Guide for Patients

The Canadian Medical Association, the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada created a guide to help patients prepare for “virtual visits” with their healthcare providers.

Review this guide for more information about virtual care.

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