Originally posted January 4, 2021. Last updated September 1, 2022 *NEW*
Resources related to COVID-19 vaccinations based on most recent information shared with AFHTO.
Content below developed by McMaster Family Health Team
It has been a busy week and we’d like to share some information on the recent vaccine announcements and on Monkeypox.
- QIIMS DSC- Breast Screening Done
- QIIMS DSC- Breast Screening Due
- QIIMS DSC- Breast Screening Eligible
- QIIMS DSC- Cervical Screening Done
- QIIMS DSC- Cervical Screening Due
- QIIMS DSC- Cervical Screening Eligible
- QIIMS DSC- Colorectal Screening Done
- QIIMS DSC- Colorectal Screening Due
- QIIMS DSC- Colorectal Screening Eligible
Originally posted Mar 10, 2020. Last updated June 15, 2022 *NEW*
We have created a list of infection prevention and control tools and resources. New and updated resources will be added to the top of each list as they become available.
Originally posted Mar. 23, 2020. Last updated June 9, 2022 *NEW*
Resources related to COVID-19 for the management and operations of primary care team locations are listed below. New and updated resources will be added to the top of each list as they become available.
We hope you are all doing well and staying safe as we all navigate through this current wave of COVID-19, while closely monitoring the situation concerning monkeypox cases that have been reported in Europe, the US and now in Quebec and Ontario. Please find attached the following information from the Chief Medical Officer of Health:
The Ministry of Health (the “ministry”) is supporting newly arriving refugees and people arriving through other exceptional humanitarian authorizations (e.g., Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel) by providing a toll-free, multi-lingual, Refugee HealthLine where they can connect with health care providers who deliver services funded by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP), the Interim Federal Health Program, or through provincial programs such as transitional health care and services, including but not limited to primary care, specialist care, and mental health supports.