News & Events
The Guelph Community Health Centre (CHC) has been given the green light to continue to operate its supervised consumption site.
The provincial government announced on Friday 15 sites were approved across Ontario "in areas with the greatest need."
This is a moment of profound change in the health system and now more than ever we need leaders who have vision and confidence to collaborate and lead through change and uncertainty.
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On March 27, a webinar was held to discuss risk management and the board's role and leading practices.
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Health System Integration Built
on the Foundation of Team-Based Primary Health Care
By Rob Gowan, The Owen Sound Sun Times
The Kincardine hospital’s outpatient lab services will be moved to the Kincardine Family Health Team beginning on Thursday.
The Toronto Star article published on Monday, March 25, 2019
An Opportunity for Quality: The Need for Better Evaluation of Family Health Teams in Ontario
Special Focus on Building Effective Primary Care Systems
Memo from Chief Medical Officer of Health
Mar 19, 2019
TO: Medical Officers of Health
RE: Erythromycin ophthalmic ointment shortage
We would like to take the opportunity to provide a further update to share new information regarding the ongoing national shortage of erythromycin ophthalmic ointment, indicated for the prophylaxis of ophthalmia neonatorum.
Improving the health of older Canadians means identifying health problems early. It means providing timely support so that manageable concerns do not spiral out of control. And, above all, it means helping health care providers actively engage older patients and their family caregivers as partners in care. Patients want to make informed choices about their health and the care they receive, based on their personal values, preferences and goals, and informed by available evidence.
Baycrest, in partnership with North East Specialized Geriatric Centre, is excited to announce Cycle 4 of “Project ECHO Care of the Elderly” (ECHO COE), a telehealth education program with didactic presentations and case-based learning that aims to help primary care providers build capacity in the care of older adults. The sessions run weekly from April 10 – July 17, 2019 on Wednesdays from 3:00-4:30 PM EST. For more information, please see the attached letter and flyer.