Members' Stories

The NDP Leader site visit sparked an insightful discussion about advocating for increased funding to support existing healthcare providers and attract physicians to clinics like Health Access Taylor Massey (HATM). This is due to the ever-increasing demand for quality healthcare services and the
The Grand101 published an article on April 3, 2024By Austin CardinellGUELPH/ERAMOSA – Guelph/Eramosa Council has agreed to set some township funding aside to attract new family doctors to practice in Rockwood.During a meeting Tuesday, council approved up to $60,000 be used as a top-up for the
NOTL Local published an article on March 28, 2024A long-awaited nurse practitioner has finally been hired and is expected to begin looking after Niagara-on-the-Lake residents April 8.Coun. Sandra O’Connor, instrumental in helping to obtain the funding for the position, told The Local she was
Wasaga Beach published an article on March 28, 2024WASAGA BEACH – The Town of Wasaga Beach is celebrating an investment of almost $880,000 in provincial funding that is being awarded to the South Georgian Bay Ontario Health Team, which will support local primary care teams and help increase the
CPSO published an article on March 27, 2024By Mark SampsonNote: Following the approval of new governance terminology at our December 2023 Board of Directors (formerly Council) meeting, the CPSO Council Award is now known as the CPSO Board AwardFor decades, the downtown Toronto neighbourhood of St.
Quinte News published an article on March 9, 2024By Alan-Michael SteeleThe International Women’s day Gala in Belleville at The Grand featured a keynote speech by guest speaker Karen Clayton-Babb, Chief Nurse Practitioner and Clinic Director at the Belleville Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic.During her
CBC News published an article on March 9, 2024By Ashishvangh Contractor For years,  Cyril Lee Turley and others have been calling on the government to give power to registered nurses to prescribe medication as a way to alleviate the strain on hospitals and community clinics."I
Guelph Today published a media statement on March 3, 2024By Barbara LatkowskiAs the number of people without a family physician in Ontario continues to climb, the province announced earlier this month it will spend $110 million to connect more than 300,000 people to primary care teams.Ross
The London Free Press published a media statement on March 1, 2024By Brian WilliamsElgin County will receive nearly $1 million from the provincial government to expand team-based health care in the region.On Friday, officials with the Thames Valley Family Health Team, alongside Elgin-Middlesex- published an article on February 25, 2024 By Metroland Staff The Ontario government is investing about $880,000 into health care in Simcoe-Grey. “Generations of Ontarians enjoyed the privilege of having a family doctor as their introduction to primary care,” says Brian Saunderson,
Orilla Matters published an article on February 23, 2024 By Greg McGrath-Goudie 'We are pleased our government listened to our call for urgent action,' says local health team official, noting the funding will aid 'unattached' local patients In an effort to connect local residents with primary
Picton Gazette published an article on February 21, 2024 By Jason Parks A new medical clinic, able  to treat two dozen patients every week, opens in Picton and Wellington this month. Family Health Team Executive Director Barinder Gill was at Shire Hall Tuesday with the details. The clinic