North Bay

60 Champlain St. Unit 102
North Bay, ON, P1B 7M4
(705) 475-1881
Fax: (705) 497-3753

Call (705) 475-1881

    Welcome to Northern Respiratory North Bay

    Northern Respiratory is a locally owned and operated respiratory home care company dedicated to helping you breathe easier and sleep well.

    Why choose Northern Respiratory.

    Opening Hours

    Monday – Thursday 9:00am – 5:00pm
    Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm
    Evenings & Weekends By Appointment

    HERE IS WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

    Our North Bay location provides Oxygen Therapy and CPAP services. We proudly serve the following areas and their surroundings:

    North Bay

    West Nipissing

    Emsdale

    Parry Sound

    Mattawa

    French River

    Temagami

    How Did We Do?

    We are constantly striving to improve. If you have been helped by our team we would love to hear about your experience.

    How Did We Do?

    We are constantly striving to improve. If you have been helped by our team we would love to hear about your experience.

    Meet the North Bay Team

    ROB MCKAY

    Registered Respiratory Therapist & Manager

    Bio
    Rob graduated from Canadore College’s Respiratory Therapy program in 2003. After a brief stint working in Saskatoon at the Royal University Hospital, Rob came back to North Bay and has been working in home care since 2005. In 2016, Rob joined Northern Respiratory as the Manager. With a client centered focus, it is Rob’s goal to provide top-level service for every client. Rob is usually in the office with one of our CPAP clients, but also backs Casey up with the oxygen clients. If you have a question about oxygen or CPAP, Rob is the guy to ask. Rob enjoys his time off with his wonderful wife and children. The whole family can usually be seen on one of the city’s soccer fields in the summer.

    SARAH HINSCHBERGER

    Registered Respiratory Therapist

    Bio
    Sarah graduated from Canadore College in 2014. Sarah’s previous experience will be a great asset to our company and the clients that she works with. Her previous employer has said that she is an excellent therapist who is always working to make the lives of her clients as good as it can possibly be. Sarah is fluent in English and French. Sarah is very excited to be working in her hometown area again.

    DINA GENTILE

    Office Administrator

    Bio
    Dina has been working here at Northern Respiratory since it opened in 2001. She is the backbone of our office. She greets our customers by name when they walk in and helps them find the items they need. If you need a replacement mask, part or filter, Dina can help you out. Dina also does our billing and invoicing in the office. In her spare time, Dina leads an active life filled with exercise and healthy eating (most of the time).

    MELISSA LAFERRIERE

    R.P.N. – CPAP Consultant

    Bio
    Melissa graduated from Canadore College’s Practical Nursing program in 2015 and joined Northern Respiratory in January 2016. She has become an excellent and caring CPAP Consultant. Melissa ensures that each client is given the time they need to understand their CPAP equipment. Her ability to find the right mask for each client helps them get a great sleep as soon as possible. Melissa enjoys spending time with her husband and her son when she is not at work.

    Oxygen Therapy

    Lung disease and chronic lung conditions can interfere with your body’s ability to extract oxygen from the air. Oxygen therapy is designed to more effectively deliver air to your lungs, relieving some of the effects of labored breathing. There are many reasons why your doctor may have prescribed oxygen therapy. These include:

    • Obstructive lung diseases such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
    • Restrictive lung diseases such as Pulmonary Fibrosis
    • Part of overall treatment of various cancers
    • Relief for temporary conditions such as Pneumonia
    • Some cardiac-related illnesses
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    CPAP

    Sleep Apnea isn’t just about snoring or getting a good night’s sleep. It’s a serious medical disorder that, left untreated, increases your risk of chronic, life-threatening diseases.

    How is Sleep Apnea treated?

    Sleep Apnea can be treated with a CPAP machine. CPAP is an acronym for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure.

    If you think you may suffer from sleep apnea, make an appointment to be evaluated and see if you need a sleep test.

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