Health Services

1 Madoc Marmora, ON K0K 2M0 (613) 472-6131

Our community is fortunate to have a lovely medical facility that houses a family doctor and registered nurse, dietitian and social worker.
Dr. Melissa Holowaty has been practicing family medicine in our community as part of the Central Hastings Family Health Team for the past six years and is an invaluable resource to our residents.

Currently the Family Health Team is not accepting new patients as Dr. Holowaty is working at maximum capacity. The municipality encourages those without a physician to enroll in Health Care Connect by calling 1-800-445-1822 and to register with the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care Program. (

Marmora and Lake is currently seeking additional physicians to join Dr. Holowaty and the Central Hastings Family Health team at the Marmora location. Our total three-tiered incentive (municipal, county and provincial) is very competitive for joining a rural medical practice.


Interested in practicing in Marmora and Lake? Visit our doctor recruitment website for information about joining the Marmora Medical Centre.

The four communities of Centre Hastings, Madoc Township, Marmora and Lake and Tudor and Cashel have come together to provide primary health care to this region, by the formation of a Family Health Team. For information about the CHFT click here and for frequently asked questions please click here.

Walk – In Clinics

The Marmora Medical Centre is not a walk in clinic. Walk in clinics are located in Belleville.

After Hours Medical Clinic 447 Dundas St West 613-966-7300

Urgent Care Clinic 65 Dundas St East 613-966-1775

Bayview Medical Clinic 274 Dundas St East 613-968-5709

Lyme Dissease

Lyme Disease is an infection caused by the corkscrew shaped bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferi. In Ontario, these bacteria are spread by the bite of blacklegged ticks (formerly called deer ticks). The blacklegged tick can be found sporadically throughout the province.

Blacklegged ticks are the only type of tick in Ontario that can consistently transmit Lyme disease in Ontario. Even with a bite from an infected blacklegged tick, there is only a small chance of getting Lyme disease. Ticks feed on blood by inserting their mouthparts (not their whole bodies) into the skin of a person, or an animal. Ticks feed slowly and their body gradually enlarges as it feeds, making it more visible. It usually takes from 3 to 7 days for a blacklegged tick to take a complete blood meal.

Ticks are most likely to transmit infection after being attached for more than 24 hours of feeding because the bacteria require time to migrate from the tick’s gut to its salivary glands. Because of this delay, prompt detection and removal of ticks is one of the key methods of preventing Lyme disease.

What are the symptoms?
Early symptoms of Lyme disease usually occurs within one to two weeks, but can occur as soon as three days or as long as a month, after a tick bite. If you develop a fever, headache, muscle and joint pains, fatigue and a skin rash, especially one that looks like a red bull’s eye, promptly seek medical advice. Not all patients with Lyme disease will develop the bull’s eye rash.

Related Links
Health Canada
Public Health Agency of Canada: Ticks and Lyme Disease
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.A.)

Medical Centre Mural

Marmora Medical Centre Renovation Fund

The Marmora Health Committee has successfully raised $65,000 towards the Marmora Medical Centre Renovation Fund. Renovations were required downstairs to convert an unfinished area to office space and to create more space for a variety of services in the lower level.


Norman & Patricia Arding

Dave & Joanne Bedore

James & Nancy Bedore

John & Susan Bedore

Ted & Marjorie Bedore

Ted & Pauline Bonter

Leona Brady

Tom & Ann Brooks

Ronald & Delores Buckley

Martha Byrnes

Glenn & Dorothy Caverly

Terry & Darlene Clemens

Frank and Bonnie Cole

Susan Connelly

Stephen A. Cooper

M.C. Crabbe

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cross

George & Bonnie Danes

Joseph Davidson

Don Degenova & Charles Mustard

Gerald & Denise Doekes

Bob and Florence Drummond

Wayne & Angela Fair

Stanley & Pamela Fondyga

Gary & Hazel Gill

Sheila Golden

William & Dorothy Goldsmith

Madeline Gow

Mr. John Hamley

Mr. Norman Hardy

Joe & Deanna MacCauley

Maha & Heidar Majeed

John and Iris Maxwell

Julie Maynes & Trevor Winn

Dr. Richard McCarthy

Bonnie McCarthy & Jane McCarthy

Jon & Bev McConnell

Audrey McFaul

Arlie Neal

Andy & May Park

Jerry and Rosemary Pascoe

Cindy Teirnan

Eldon Vansickle

Brenda & Randy Warren

Dwayne & Betty Welch

Kathleen Wheeler

Ailsa Wood & Toivo Puhm



#7 Classic Cruisers

Air Band Concert

Bracken Plastic Welding

Campbell Monument Company

Caressant Care Retirement /Nursing Home

Caressant Care Staff

Community Yard Sale

Cook Road Maintenance Association

Corbeil Construction

Crowe Lake Property Owners Association

Crowe Valley Lions Club

County of Hastings

Danford Construction

Dive Source

Drummond BMR

Eastern Ontario Minor Hockey Association

Euchre Parties

Greenwood Paving

Greer Galloway Group

Halmark Pools

July 1st Community Party

Knights of Columbus

Marmora Anglican Church Women

Marmora Catholic Womens League

Marmora & District Lions Club

Marmora Eastern Star

Marmora Fire Fighters

Marmora Homecoming Committee

Marmora Ladies Ecumenical

Marmora & Lake Health Committee

Marmora Legion Branch #237

Marmora Pentecostal Church

Marmora Sailing Club

Marmora Seniors Club

Marmora Valu-Mart

MARS Group

McKeown Motor Sales

Newman Oliver & McCarten Insurance

New Years Eve Fundraising

Nickles Pharmacy

Poirier Motors

St. Andrews United Church

Teen Dances

Twin Sisters Lakes Ratepayers Association

White Marketing


In Memory of Jim Airhart, from Sheila Airhart-Golden

“In Loving Memory” Lucille Bedore, 1922-2011, from her family

In Memory of Grace Bonter

In Memory of Roy Brownson from wife Elvi

In Memory of Vern and Hazel Caverly

In Memory of Jack Golden

In Memory of son Brian Goodchild, from Mom

In memory of son Jim Goodchild, from Mom

In memory of Clifford Goodchild, from wife Doris and Family

In Memory of Brian Goodchild from wife

In Memory of Howard Gorsline

In Memory of Charles & Leona O’Neill from Children

In memory of Dr. Herbert G. Parkin from Daughter

In Memory of Dr. Herbert E. Parkin from sister

In memory of Lex Van De Ven, from wife Jane and son Ted

In Memory of Doug Vilneff from Barry and Patsy Mitchell

Maxx Wheeler

Victoria Order of Nurses (VON) is Canada’s largest, national, not-for-profit, charitable home and community care organization.  They are implementing a new regional program called Seniors Managing Independent Living Easily (SMILE).  This program aims to “make it possible for more seniors who are frail and elderly, and most at risk of premature institutionalization, to receive help with activities that are essential to daily living, so they can remain in their homes.” For more information please click here.

Heart of Hastings Hospice is an in-residence support service provided by trained volunteers. Hospice also has registered nurses as contact persons to help with your questions and concerns. You can contact Hospice anytime from diagnosis of your illness. We will follow you along in whatever way is helpful to you and your family. The Hospice is committed to improving the quality of life for those facing the diagnosis of any life-threatening illness. The Hospice volunteer supports in the home to relieve stress for both patient and family. All information is treated with complete privacy and is not given to other agencies without consent of the client. 613-478-1884