On February 6, 2023 AFHTO submitted our recommendations to the government for their 2023 budget. Recommendations 1 and 2 of our 2023 pre-budget submission was done in collaboration with partners in the Primary Care Collaborative and recommendation 3 and 4 are two other recommendations AFHTO is advocating for.
Windsor Star Published an article Jan 24, 2023.
By Julie Kotsis
Four local organizations focused on mental health and oral care services have received a funding boost with the announcement of $564,000 in community investment by Green Shield.
The grants, made in partnership with the WindsorEssex Community Foundation, were announced during a gathering Tuesday morning at Maryvale’s Youth Wellness Hub.
Recipients include the Canadian Mental Health Association Windsor-Essex County, which received $200,000 to support the Youth Wellness Hub Windsor-Essex.
Global News Posted an article January 12, 2023
By Andrew Graham
Officials are gearing up to launch a facility next week that aims to break down barriers for the London, Ont., homeless population through a new collaboration that embeds a health-care provider with local social services organizations.
Evaluation of an Enhanced Primary Care Team Model to Improve Diabetes Care
The experience of primary care teams during the early phase of COVID-19: A qualitative study of primary care practice leaders in Ontario, Canada
The Sudbury Star Published an article on December 29, 2022
By Helen Morley
On Thursday, Dec. 15, the Espanola Regional Hospital and Health Centre announced that Chelsea Gagnon a registered practical nurse, working in the Family Health Team, is the recipient of the 2022 WeRPN Michael & Werner Geidlinger Award of Excellence in Palliative Care.
Originally posted January 4, 2021. Last updated December 20, 2022 *NEW*
Resources related to COVID-19 vaccinations based on most recent information shared with AFHTO.
Message being sent on behalf of Sara Dalo, Board Chair and President, Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario
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.