The Petrolia Topic article published August 22, 2017. Article in full pasted below. Melissa Shilz, Postmedia Network Hot summer months can spell trouble for those suffering from breathing difficulties, and the Central Lambton Family Health Team wanted to do something to help. They began their monthly Lung Health Education Program in July.
St. Catharines Standard article published August 9, 2017. Article in full pasted below. Cheryl Clock, St. Catharines Standard The women follow a narrow dirt path into a community of towering white pine trees. The pin-straight trunks, bare lower to the ground, erupt like green fireworks exploding into a blue sky.
Congratulations to Kawartha North FHT for earning an Ontario Trillium Grant over an 11-month period (August 2017 to July 2018) to build inclusive and engaged communities in the City of Kawartha Lakes and Haliburton County that tackle poverty reduction. This work continues the efforts of a joint Poverty Reduction Strategy Action Plan supported by the City of Kawartha Lakes and Haliburton County in 2012.
St. Catharines Standard article published July 28, 2017. Article in full pasted below. Cheryl Clock, St. Catharines Standard It was some 30 years ago that Dr. Brian Kerley, then a new family doctor in St. Catharines, started working shifts in the emergency department at the old Hotel Dieu Hospital on Ontario Street.
The Petrolia Topic article published July 18, 2017. Article in full pasted below. Melissa Shilz, Postmedia Network This summer marks the fifth year of the Inwood Kids Program, a rural summer camp run through the Central Lambton Family Health Team and other partners like the Oil Heritage District Community Centre.
Northern News article published on July 6, 2017. Article in full pasted below. Northern News Staff. Northern News KIRKLAND LAKE - The Kirkland District Family Health Team has received a grant of over $70 thousand from Boehringer Ingelheim Canada Ltd. that will assist with funding a position to assist patients with care planning.
Calling all AFHTO Members to shine a light on your team’s accomplishments. Nominate an outstanding team or individual for a “Bright Lights” Award by July 26, 2017.
The “Bright Lights” Awards recognize leadership, outstanding work and significant progress being made to improve the value delivered by interprofessional primary care teams across Ontario. Select award recipients will receive an education grant valued at $3,000. “Bright Lights” Award recipients are:
Barrie Today article published May 29, 2017. Article in full pasted below. Barrie Today Staff. Barrie Today NEW TECUMSETH - Dr. Matt Myatt, chief of emergency medicine and Dr. Mohammad Keshoofy, general surgeon at Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH), have received the Dr.