In a June article 'QHC honours Belleville nurse practitioner-led clinic, Gateway centre' we learned Belleville “has also received funding to provide follow up care to QHC newborns during their first two months of life,” Kearns continued.
Sootoday Published an article on November 26, 2022
By Alex Flood
“I think this award is for my whole team, not just for me,” says Dr. Anjali Oberai, a family doctor at the Wawa Medical Centre who has been named the 2022 Ontario Family Physician of the Year by the Ontario College of Family Physicians (OCFP).
There is significant strain and challenges facing the healthcare sector. We can move forward together in reimagining and rebuilding health care in Ontario, and this rebuild must start with primary care teams.
Integrated health neighbourhoods have proven effective around the world, and Ontario is aspiring towards this with Ontario Health Teams (OHTs). To deliver high-quality and patient-centred care, to build effective OHTs, and to address the acute and long-term impact of the pandemic, integrated health neighbourhoods must start with integrated, team-based primary care.
Inside Ottawa Valley Published an article on September 10, 2022
By Tara Gesner
Beckwith local Karen Simpson feels strongly that Carleton Place needs a family health team to serve Beckwith and Carleton Place residents.
“I see the benefits of a family health team through my work in Arnprior,” she told Carleton Place council on Aug. 23.
These 3 new family doctors are opening a Hamilton Mountain clinic amid a national physician shortage
CBC Hamilton Published an article on August 14th 2022
By Bobby Hristova
Hundreds of patients already signed up for the 688 Queensdale Ave. clinic that opens Monday.
Hamilton Mountain is getting a new family medicine clinic that is poised to serve roughly 3,600 patients, an addition that comes amid a Canadian shortage of family physicians.
Georgina Advocate Published an article on August 15th 2022
By Sheri Andrunyk
The Intelligencer published an article June 28th 2022
At each meeting, QHC board members present their “Values in Action” certificate of recognition to those who make a difference. Most recipients are QHC personnel or volunteers.
Did you know the odds of winning a Bright Lights award can be better than presenting at the conference? It’s true!
A theme may get just 3-4 nominations compared to 8-20 concurrent session abstracts per theme this year.
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Shine a light on your team’s achievements. Nominate an outstanding team or individual for a “Bright Lights” Award by July 15, 2022.
AFHTO’s “Bright Lights” Awards recognize AFHTO members’ leadership, outstanding work and the significant progress being made to improve the value interprofessional primary care teams across Ontario deliver.
There’s no better time to show what you can do.
“Bright Lights” Award recipients are: