Welcome to the Bluewater Area
Family Health Team!
The Bluewater Area Family Health Team is home to many different health care professionals including the Lead Physician, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Practical Nurses, and a Social Worker. Our highly qualified team works together to provide you with exceptional health care.
The Bluewater Area Family Health Team provides a holistic multidisciplinary team approach to primary care.
We will help our local residents improve their health through accessible, quality services, health promotion and self-responsibility. We will provide a learning environment for staff that enhances our ability to recruit collaboratively with our services.
MEET DR. FARZADFAR:
“NEW DOCTOR FOR ZURICH AND NEW PHARMACY FOR BLYTHE …A new doctor has joined the Bluewater Area Family Health Team (BAFHT) in Zurich. She is Dr. Farahnaz Farzadfar who landed in Canada with her husband and two children in 2010. Fortunately, for those having difficulty in pronouncing her name, friends, patients and colleagues at BAFHT alike, simply know her as Dr. Farah.“
BAFHT ROOM SPONSORSHIPS:
“A CHANCE TO LEAVE YOUR MARK IN THE LOCAL COMMUNITY …There are still a number of examination room sponsorships available at the Bluewater Area Family Health Team (BAFHT) clinic in Zurich. Families, local businesses, area corporations, associations and service clubs will be recognized for their donation with a plaque on the wall immediately outside the room. All locations are in high traffic areas.“
2019 WACKABOUT GOLF TOURNAMENT:
“WACKABOUT GOLF TOURNEY RAISES MORE THAN $10,000! …A steady, light rain didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the 90 or so golfers taking part in the Wackabout golf tournament, organized by Iceculture to raise funds for the Bluewater Area Family Health Team (BAFHT) clinic in Zurich…”
“MONTHLY CLINIC IS OPEN AT BAFHT! …Patients of Bluewater Area Family Health Team (BAFHT) who have issues with breathing should plan to meet with Michael Callihoo, a Registered Respiratory Therapist. Visits are open to anyone complaining of regular shortness of breath, a sensation of heaviness or tightness in the chest, or a chronic cough…”