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.
News provided by Health Canada
TORONTO, June 28, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ - The Government of Canada firmly believes that everyone should have access to safe and consistent sexual and reproductive health services. To do so, we are committed to removing barriers to access that continue to exist from coast to coast to coast.
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:
Parry Sound North Star published March 29, 2022
Written by Sarah Bissonette
On any given day, Valarie Stanley watches members of area’s older residents tackle Mount Everest, explore the streets of Paris or sit in a garden while never leaving Parry Sound and, for some, remaining in their wheelchairs.
Sudbury Star published March 24, 2022
The City of Lakes Family Health Team has received $68,721 from Ontario’s COVID-19 Pandemic Response and Recovery program to support virtual primary care.
The funding will be used to “optimize access to virtual care for patients at all City of Lakes Family Health Team’s (FHT) clinic in Sudbury, Chelmsford, Walden, and Val Caron,” the group said in a release.
TBS News watch article published March 15, 2022
By Gary Rinne
THUNDER BAY — The Lakehead Nurse Practitioner-led Clinic is looking to expand its client base, and its facilities, after receiving word of an increase in its base funding from the Ministry of Health.
The $753,000 increase will enable the clinic to hire two more nurse practitioners, two health professional support staff and two office workers.
NorfolkToday.ca article published March 11, 2022
By Ashley Taylor
The Ontario government is providing $973,500 to Haldimand Family Health Teams to help more members of the community access primary care services.
This funding is part of the government’s investment of $6.2 million across 32 primary care teams to improve access to primary care in high needs communities across the province.