Campus Health and Wellness Centre

Appointments

Teleconferencing and Office 365

T: 905.721.3037
F: 905.721.3133
E: chwc@durhamcollege.ca

To book an appointment call 905.721.3037.  If after hours leave a message and front office staff will call you back the next business day.  Our hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed from noon to 1 p.m. for cleaning.

MISSION STATEMENT

The Student Health Experience comes first.

SHARED VALUES

Our values guide our behavior.

The Campus Health and Wellness Centre values the following:

  • Confidentiality
  • Respect
  • Inclusive
  • Accountability
  • Collaboration
  • Trust

SERVICES

All services are confidential and comprehensive. Our team consists of physicians, nurses, mental health professionals and administrative staff working together to assist you in managing your healthy lifestyle.

COVID-19 Related Changes

Effective April 2022, the Campus Health and Wellness Centre is extending masking requirements. You are required to sanitize your hands and put on a mask before entering.

Please be advised that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic Campus Health and Wellness Centre services have transitioned to virtual platforms and/or telephone appointments where possible. Please read below for services providers and their current booking methods.

  • Mental health services (Mental Health Nurses, Coaching and Counselling) are currently available via telephone, Microsoft Teams, or by approved in-person appointment only.
  • The Pharmacy is now open on campus from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Medical clinic services (Nurses and Doctors) are currently available via telephone, Microsoft Teams, or by approved in-person appointment only.
  • Chiropractic and physiotherapy services are currently available for approved in-person appointments and virtual Telehealth appointments for those who prefer or are unable to attend in-person sessions.
  • Massage services are available for approved in-person appointments.

Campus Health and Wellness Centre events

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Upcoming Events › Campus Health and Wellness Centre

    July 2022

  • Mind Program – It’s Okay Not to be Okay
    • 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM

    What will we do? Navigating wellness throughout the college experience is difficult, but you don’t have to do it alone! We will learn to prioritize our wellness together in a judgement free zone! Through activities and discussions, we will create a community where your experiences with distress are not a source of shame, but that of strength, resiliency, and expertise. You and your peers will share your insights and learn from each other, so we can build toolkits that we…

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  • Mind Program – College Life 101
    • 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM

    What will we do? As college students, we are expected to know things we are never taught. This discrepancy can be stressful and uncomfortable. In this community discussion series, we will confront the discomfort together and dive into some curriculum that will equip us with practical skills to succeed! Through guided activities and discussions, we will explore life skills and how to apply them in ways that are helpful for you in working towards your goals. The goal of this…

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  • Mind Program – Be Your Best You
    • 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM

    What will we do? We spend 13% of our lives in school, about 30% at work but what we seem to forget is we spend 100% of our life with ourselves! We are our life’s most worthwhile investment, greatest masterpiece, and most important relationship! In this work-shop series we will use intention to refocus and redefine our relationship with ourselves. We will come together to imagine and discover new possibilities for our wellness and relationship with the self. We will…

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  • Mind Program – College Life 101
    • 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM

    What will we do? As college students, we are expected to know things we are never taught. This discrepancy can be stressful and uncomfortable. In this community discussion series, we will confront the discomfort together and dive into some curriculum that will equip us with practical skills to succeed! Through guided activities and discussions, we will explore life skills and how to apply them in ways that are helpful for you in working towards your goals. The goal of this…

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  • Snacks with Sylvia
    • 11:30 AM — 1:30 PM
    In-person Oshawa Campus, 2000 Simcoe St. N.
    Oshawa, Ontario Canada

    This event is being hosted as a part of our Better Together Series of events aimed at helping students make connections and it is open to all Durham College students. Students who attend the session will have their name entered into a draw for a prize. Hey DC students! Ever take your hangry out on a friend when all you need is a snack? Join DC’s Sylvia Emmorey, a registered nutritionist, as she teaches us two tasty, nutritious, affordable, and…

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  • Sex in the Media
    • 3:00 PM — 4:00 PM

    Wondering what 50 Shades of Grey got right? Ever wondered why we don't see disabled people in romantic or sexual leads in the media? Media is everywhere, and as the saying goes: sex sells! But what happens if you don't see yourself or how you see sex? Join ACDR's Nathan R. G. Barnett and Brendan Tihane for a deep dive on representation and sex to talk all about how popular portrayals discuss (or don't discuss) the many, many ways we…

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  • Mind Program – Be Your Best You
    • 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM

    What will we do? We spend 13% of our lives in school, about 30% at work but what we seem to forget is we spend 100% of our life with ourselves! We are our life’s most worthwhile investment, greatest masterpiece, and most important relationship! In this work-shop series we will use intention to refocus and redefine our relationship with ourselves. We will come together to imagine and discover new possibilities for our wellness and relationship with the self. We will…

    Find out more »
  • Mind Program – College Life 101
    • 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM

    What will we do? As college students, we are expected to know things we are never taught. This discrepancy can be stressful and uncomfortable. In this community discussion series, we will confront the discomfort together and dive into some curriculum that will equip us with practical skills to succeed! Through guided activities and discussions, we will explore life skills and how to apply them in ways that are helpful for you in working towards your goals. The goal of this…

    Find out more »
  • Mind Program – Be Your Best You
    • 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM

    What will we do? We spend 13% of our lives in school, about 30% at work but what we seem to forget is we spend 100% of our life with ourselves! We are our life’s most worthwhile investment, greatest masterpiece, and most important relationship! In this work-shop series we will use intention to refocus and redefine our relationship with ourselves. We will come together to imagine and discover new possibilities for our wellness and relationship with the self. We will…

    Find out more »
  • Mind Program – College Life 101
    • 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM

    What will we do? As college students, we are expected to know things we are never taught. This discrepancy can be stressful and uncomfortable. In this community discussion series, we will confront the discomfort together and dive into some curriculum that will equip us with practical skills to succeed! Through guided activities and discussions, we will explore life skills and how to apply them in ways that are helpful for you in working towards your goals. The goal of this…

    Find out more »
  • Introduction to Kink
    • 3:00 PM — 4:00 PM

    50 Shades put kink back into the public image, but as you may remember from the endless discourse it wasn’t exactly a perfect representation of kink in real life and left a lot of questions from “How do you choke someone safely?” to “How do you negotiate boundaries?” all the way to “What are the laws around this, even?” Join ACDR’s Brendan Tihane for a discussion on what kink is, how to practice it safely and consensually, and everything else…

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  • August 2022

  • Mind Program – Be Your Best You
    • 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM

    What will we do? We spend 13% of our lives in school, about 30% at work but what we seem to forget is we spend 100% of our life with ourselves! We are our life’s most worthwhile investment, greatest masterpiece, and most important relationship! In this work-shop series we will use intention to refocus and redefine our relationship with ourselves. We will come together to imagine and discover new possibilities for our wellness and relationship with the self. We will…

    Find out more »
  • Mind Program – College Life 101
    • 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM

    What will we do? As college students, we are expected to know things we are never taught. This discrepancy can be stressful and uncomfortable. In this community discussion series, we will confront the discomfort together and dive into some curriculum that will equip us with practical skills to succeed! Through guided activities and discussions, we will explore life skills and how to apply them in ways that are helpful for you in working towards your goals. The goal of this…

    Find out more »
  • Mind Program – Be Your Best You
    • 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM

    What will we do? We spend 13% of our lives in school, about 30% at work but what we seem to forget is we spend 100% of our life with ourselves! We are our life’s most worthwhile investment, greatest masterpiece, and most important relationship! In this work-shop series we will use intention to refocus and redefine our relationship with ourselves. We will come together to imagine and discover new possibilities for our wellness and relationship with the self. We will…

    Find out more »
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