The Lindsay Advocate article published October 18, 2019
By The Lindsay Advocate
By Dr. Jennifer Young, President, Ontario College of Family Physicians
Dufferin Area FHT and other local agencies to benefit from overhaul of Ontario’s health care bureaucracy
The Orangeville Citizen article published October 21, 2019
By Mike Baker, Orangeville Citizen
Eight months on from the Ford government’s announcement of plans to overhaul Ontario’s health care system, service providers in Dufferin-Caledon feel our community is “well placed” to become one of the provincial leaders in the new movement.
The Temiskaming Speaker article (PDF) published October 16, 2019
AFHTO 2019 Annual Report: Health System Integration Built on the Foundation of Team-based Primary Care
In 2017, AFHTO engaged in a strategic planning exercise that led to the development of a 3-year strategic plan with a shared vision: high quality, sustainable, team-based primary health care for all.
It is now 2019 - the final year of our strategic plan - and there’s significant change underway in Ontario as the health care system is restructured to deliver fully integrated, patient-centred care that’s co-designed by patients, families and caregivers alongside their health care providers.
Quinte News article published October 3, 2019
By Amanda Smith, Quinte News
A local health initiative aimed at women returns again later this month.
October 21 – 25 is Cervical Cancer Awareness week and there will be five local clinics holding a “Pap Party” aimed at catching cervical cancer in the early stages.