Thunder Bay

705 Red River Road, Unit 2
Thunder Bay, On P7B 1J3
(807)-767-1AIR (1247)
Fax: (807)-577-8675

Call (807)-767-1AIR (1247)

    Welcome to Northern Respiratory Thunder 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 – 5:00pm
    Evenings & Weekends By Appointment


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

    Thunder Bay






    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 Thunder Bay Team



    Steve attended Lakehead University in the Honours Bachelor of Science Chemistry program. He has worked in the home health care field in Northwestern Ontario for the past 18 years with a background in client care, operations, logistics and project management. He has worked diligently with organizations and agencies, who help people overcome any obstacle to accomplish their goals. He appreciates contributing to the success of others and brings that passion to everything he does be it volunteer work, organizational projects or personal life. In his spare time, he enjoys the outdoors, local sports teams and connecting with people throughout the region.


    Registered Respiratory Therapist

    Frank Stella is a Registered Respiratory Therapist in Thunder Bay. He attended Southern Alberta Institute of technology and graduated in 1989. Following 2yrs of practice in Calgary General he moved to Dubai where he went on to become Chief of Cardiopulmonary Services. After 15yrs at Tawam Hospital Mr. Stella joined General Electric healthcare as Clinical Sales Specialist for Middle East, Africa and Eastern Europe. Frank returned to Thunder Bay in 2012 where he spent some time working at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, Medigas, and Glaxo Smith Kline before returning to General Electric as an Application Specialist for Respiratory. Frank currently resides in Thunder Bay and is an avid outdoor enthusiast who can usually be found hiking and mountain biking with his dog Rockie.


    Registered Respiratory Therapist

    Tara graduated as a Registered Respiratory Therapist from New Brunswick Community College in 1996. Tara continued on to complete her Bachelor of Health Science degree from the University of New Brunswick in 1999. She brings over 20 years of experience in a variety of fields including acute care, home oxygen, CPAP therapy, and business development. She is dedicated to putting the needs of her clients first to ensure their safety and comfort while on therapy. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband and two boys at their trailer, enjoying both summer and winter activities.


    Registered Nurse

    Rachelle graduated from Confederation College’s Registered Nurse program in 2001 and has been practicing nursing for over 16 yrs. She has gained experience in a variety of areas of nursing but has a passion for community nursing which she has been providing since 2013. Rachelle believes in building long lasting, trusting relationships with all her clients and the paramount importance of providing ongoing support. In her spare time, Rachelle is busy raising her 3 children with her husband and loves spending her summers outdoors with family and friends camping, fishing and Kayaking.


    Registered Nurse

    Pam has been a Registered Nurse in Thunder Bay for over 20 years. She has worked with several companies in the home care market and enjoys helping her clientele be successful with their therapy. Pam ensures that each client is given the time they need to understand their equipment.Her ability to find the right mask for each client helps them get a great sleep as soon as possible.

    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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    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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