The AMS service model and commitment builds relationships with clients by developing partnerships. We have found that treating our clients not as customers, but as business partners has allowed us to work more effectively in tangent with not only the local First Nations people but also the entire population of communities, if possible.
The benefit of this approach of building partnerships is that it can help develop business opportunity and build economic capacity within the local communities. It also promotes education and healthcare initiatives, providing funding for healthcare education and educational opportunities for local people while providing local health care and emergency services personnel. This approach fosters long‐term relationships that are beneficial to all parties.
Eastern Arctic Medical Solutions
Located in Pond Inlet NU, covering both the Baffin and Kivalliq regions of NU supporting and working with the Eastern Arctic Inuit. 5294 Nunavut Ltd is an Inuit Economic and Business Development Corporation duly incorporated pursuant to the laws of Nunavut and is wholly owned by beneficiaries of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement, holding interests in various service and contracting companies and have the skills, abilities, experience and capabilities to participate in development activities in the Kivalliq and Baffin Regional Territories to establish their commercial viability.
Medic North – Innu
Located in Northwest River Labrador and covering NL supporting and working with the Innu First Nation. The Innu people of Labrador formally organized under the Naskapi Montagnais Innu Association (NMIA) in 1976 to better protect their rights, lands, and way of life against industrialization and other outside forces. The NMIA changed its name to the Innu Nation in 1990 and today functions as the governing body of the Labrador Innu.
Medic North – Misiway
Located in Attawapiskat ON supporting and working with the Attawapiskat First Nation. The Attawapiskat First Nation is located inland from the shore of James Bay on the Attawapiskat River in Northern Ontario. The Attawapiskat First Nation is a signatory to James Bay Treaty No. 9. The First Nation is a member of Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN), which is the regional organization representing the political, social and economic interests of the 49 First Nations in Northern Ontario.
Medic North – Nunavut
Located in Cambridge Bay NU supporting and working with the Kitikmeot Inuit Association. Kitikmeot Corporation is the business development arm of the Kitikmeot Inuit Association, and is responsible for developing business opportunities that will contribute to a strong business and economic base maximizing employment opportunities for the Inuit of the Kitikmeot Region of Nunavut.
Det’on Cho Medic North
Located in Yellowknife NT supporting and working with the Yellowknife’s Dene First Nation. Det’on Cho Corporation is the economic arm of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation. Owned by the Yellowknives Dene First Nation membership, the shares of the corporation are held in trust by the Chiefs and Council who are the Yellowknives Dene Government. Det’on Cho exists to create prosperity for the Yellowknives Dene.
Wicehtowak Medical Solutions
Located in Punnichy SK supporting and working with the George Gordon First Nation. George Gordon Developments Limited is the Economic Development arm of the Treaty 4 First Nation, with key goals to provide the skills, training and transportation required in order to empower individuals toward becoming active in the labour force and the general economy. A portion of revenues derived from all economic development Joint Ventures, and other projects, will be earmarked and re-invested into the community with particular emphasis on increasing the employability of on-reserve band members by expanding skills and training programming.
LEE-BO Medical Solutions
Located in Kitamaat Village British Columbia, covering the Haisla Traditional Territorial regions, supporting and working with the Haisla Nation. LEE-BO Medical Solutions and LEE-BO Enterprises are Haisla member owned corporations, pursuant to the laws of British Columbia holding interests in various service and contracting companies and have the skills, abilities, experience and capabilities to participate in development activities in the Haisla Traditional Territories to establish their commercial viability.