Fredericton Region

About the Fredericton Region

The Fredericton Region covers a large geographic area in the central part of New Brunswick and represents a very culturally diverse community. The Fredericton Area is also home to three of New Brunswick’s Indigenous communities.

There are more than 50 communities in the Fredericton Region, including Cambridge-Narrows, Chipman, Doaktown, Bilijk (Kingsclear) First Nation, Fredericton, Fredericton Junction, Gagetown, Harvey, McAdam, Millville, Minto, Nackawic, New Maryland, Oromocto, Sitansisk (St. Mary’s) First Nation, Stanley, Tracy, Welamukotuk (Oromocto) First Nation, and Upper Miramichi (Boiestown).

There are several community health centres servicing the area, in addition to Horizon’s Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital in Fredericton and Horizon’s Oromocto Public Hospital.

Community health centres in the area are: Boiestown Health Centre, Central Miramichi Community Health Centre, Centre de santé Noreen-Richard Health Centre, Chipman Health Centre, Fredericton Downtown Community Health Centre, Fredericton Junction Health Centre, Fredericton Midwifery Centre, Fredericton South Side Health Centre, Fredericton Northside Community Health Centre, Harvey Health Centre, McAdam Health Centre, Nackawic Health Centre, Oromocto Community Health Centre, Queens North Community Health Centre, and Stanley Health Centre. Staff at Horizon’s community health centres often go above and beyond in helping people be healthy.

Some of our community partners include:

In the Fredericton Region, Community Health Needs Assessments were completed for Fredericton and Surrounding Area as well as communities within the Fredericton, or Zone 3, region.

Learn more about these areas!