If you had spoken to Orangeville resident Ashley in October of 2018, she wouldn’t have been able to tell you about ICU respirators, chemotherapy side effects or the devastating feeling of losing a parent to cancer. A few short months later though, and she can tell you about all of those things in detail.
The Hills of Headwaters Collaborative, a local partnership of family doctors, health, social and municipal agencies was notified by the Ministry of Health (MOH) that it was selected to proceed to a full application as a next step in the Ontario Health Team (OHT) application process.
In this first instalment of a three-part series, the Citizen is taking an in-depth look into how the government’s plans to dissolve more than a dozen specialized provincial health care agencies, while establishing between 30 and 50 localized Ontario Health Teams, will impact services in Dufferin-Caledon.
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