The Primary Care Memory Clinic initiative will expand to 17 more clinics across rural, remote, and underserviced communities in Ontario, including multiple AFHTO members, through the support of the Adopting Research to Improve Care (ARTIC) Program. Dr.
On January 18, 2017, The Change Foundation announced their Changing CARE partnerships, the result of a search launched in summer 2016 for Ontario health care delivery or service organizations willing to create new and innovative partnerships with family caregivers to improve their experience in Ontario’s health and community care systems.
Mount Forest Confederate article published January 11, 2017. Article in full pasted below. Mike Wilson, Mount Forest Confederate
Niagara-On-The-Lake Town Crier article published Jan. 11, 2017. Article pasted below
Four-week session to begin on Jan. 19
Things are heating up in the Community Centre kitchen as youth and older adults team up for two hours of cooking on Thursday afternoons.
CTVNews.ca article published January 11, 2017. Article in full pasted below. CTVNews.ca Staff A doctor who was praised for her calm defence of universal healthcare when she spoke before a powerful group of U.S. politicians in 2014 has written a new book outlining her vision for improving the quality of Canada’s health care system.
Timmins Today article published January 5, 2017. Article in full pasted below. TimminsToday Staff NEWS RELEASE NORTH EAST LHIN ************************* The North East Local Health Integration Network (NE LHIN) has named Jennifer McLeod, Executive Director of the Timmins Family Health Team, a Healthy Change Champion.
Windsor Star article published January 5, 2017. Article in full pasted below. Windsor Regional Hospital’s two emergencies are getting fewer patients with sore throats and other minor ailments, an encouraging trend that started once
Dundas Star News article published January 4, 2017. Article in full pasted below. Craig Campbell, Dundas Star News
AFHTO congratulates physicians in our member family health teams who were recognized on Thursday, November 24, 2016 at the Ontario College of Family Physicians (OCFP) 2016 President’s Installation and Awards Ceremony. These include outgoing president Dr. Sarah-Lynn Newberry of Marathon FHT and OCFP’s new president, Dr.
CBC News article published November 22, 2016. Article in full pasted below.