Connecting physicians regionally is a powerful way to spark change, to improve the delivery of comprehensive patient services, and to influence health service decision making.
There is power in speaking with a collective voice, and there is an opportunity to strengthen the primary care sector by working better together within the shifting landscape of health care delivery in Ontario.
The Star article published June 10, 2021
By Lori Thompson, The Manitoulin Expositor
Primary Care Collaborative looks forward to working closely with new Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore
TORONTO, June 2, 2021 /CNW/ - The Primary Care Collaborative ("PCC") congratulates Dr. Kieran Moore on his official appointment as Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health, effective June 26, 2021. We also extend our appreciation to Dr. David Williams for his leadership in this role over the past five years. Thank you, Dr. Williams, for your dedication and important work to keep Ontarians safe, and we wish you all the best in your retirement.
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Vaccines are now available for youth aged 12 and older.
On top of school disruptions, kids lost extra-curricular activities and time with their friends – all of these things are critical to their development. It's had an enormous negative impact on children’s mental health. Vaccines are giving us hope and reason to be optimistic that we are rounding the corner on the pandemic.
Tilbury District, Chatham-Kent and Thamesview FHTs partner with community to provide 2 pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics
iHeartRadio article published May 25, 2021
By Lindsay Charlton, CTV Windsor
Two COVID-19 vaccine community clinics will be popping up in Chatham-Kent for those 18 and older looking to get their shot.
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We understand that things are tough right now. More than a year into the pandemic and we’re all feeling the effects. Many of us are struggling with burnout, loneliness, and depression. Balancing the tasks of everyday life – work, parenting, caregiving – has now become more stressful and exhausting. And the idea of taking even a few minutes to practice healthy coping techniques can feel like just another chore.
Chatham Daily news article published May 21, 2021
By Mark Malone, Chatham Kent Daily News
A record turnout rolled up their sleeves at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic Friday at Wallaceburg Memorial Arena.
WALLACEBURG – A record turnout rolled up their sleeves at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic Friday at Wallaceburg Memorial Arena.