Marmora Medical Centre

613-472-6131  :  1 Madoc St., Marmora

Medical health care team focused on family and community health* coordinates patient care in order to assess and treat injuries or illness* team includes family doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, dietitian, and social worker


  • mental health programs and counselling
  • nutrition education and counselling
  • addictions counselling and treatment
  • diabetes management
  • foot care and wound care
  • preventative care - colorectal cancer screening, immunizations, flu shots, paps and mammograms
  • heart and stroke hypertension management program
  • chronic obstructive pulmonary (lung) disease (COPD) management program, spirometry, smoking cessation
  • phlebotomy (specimen collection / blood drawing) services on-site
  • acute episodic care is provided to summer residents and visitors on triage basis
  • prenatal instruction
  • sexual health including pregnancy tests, family planning and sexually transmitted disease
  • breastfeeding instruction
  • palliative care home visits
  • geriatric outreach home visits retirement home
  • OTN - Ontario Telemedicine Network

Doctors / Nurse Practitioners:

  • Dr Melissa Holowaty
  • Doctor Emily Callery
  • Pauline Douglas, Nurse Practitioner
  • Amanda Friel-Brown, Nurse Practioner

Dr. Holowaty getting flu vaccine


Dr. Holowaty is a graduate of the University  of Toronto, where she completed a PhD in Molecular Virology in 2004,  and an MD in 2008. She completed her family medicine training at the  University of Toronto from the rural medicine residency program in  January of 2011. She is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Queen's  University and Lecturer at the University of Ottawa in the Departments  of Family Medicine. She is a Certificant of the International Society of  Addiction Medicine and a Diplomate (2017) of the Canadian Academy of  Pain Management.  

She is currently a member of the Addiction  Medicine Program Committee of the CFPC and an Ontario Medical  Association delegate for District 6. She is currently pursuing a Master's Degree in Palliative Care.

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Dr. Emily Callery

Dr. emily callery

Emily completed her medical school at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Ireland, and her Family Medicine Residency at the University of Toronto in 2014. She has also completed a Bachelor of Science in Biomedicine and a Master's of Science in Biomedicine both at the University of Guelph.

As for Dr. Callery's ties to the area, her family has a cottage on Crowe Lake and her ancestors settled in the area generations ago.

“We are very happy to welcome Dr. Callery to Marmora & Lake,” says Deputy Mayor Linda Bracken, “it is exciting news for people in the area who are currently without a family doctor to have her come to our community.”


Marmora Medical Centre
Renovation Fund


The Marmora Health Committee 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


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McKeown Motor Sales
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St. Andrews United Church
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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.” 

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.