We are striving for excellence in the provision of rural health care and service delivery in an integrated model.
Maiya Geoffroy is a successful candidate for the LeaderShift Project - an ambitious, new cross-sector initiative that gives current and emerging leaders in community and primary health care the opportunity to develop their abilities, ignite collaboration, and participate in shaping the future of our health care system.
The project is governed by Community Health Ontario (CHO), and managed by the Ontario Community Support Association. OCSA partnered with four allied Associations to support leaders in home and community support, community mental health and additions, and community and team-based primary care.
This is an unprecedented opportunity for leaders to earn LEADS qualification, that is fully funded, and positions the staff person inside the networks that will lead healthcare system transformation.
Do you have a strong vision for rural health care and know which direction it should be heading?
The North Shore Health Network is inviting candidates to apply to be members of the Board of Trustees. The following skill areas have been identified as the focus for 2018-2019:
If you possess one (1) or more of these skills, please click here for an application package or packages may be picked up at any of the following locations:
Please return completed application packages no later than 4:00 PM on Friday, APRIL 27, 2018.
All vacancies will be filled at the upcoming Annual General Meeting to be held on Tuesday, June 19, 2018.
Tuesday, June 20th was the 25th Anniversary for the Blind River Site. It marked the day patients were transitioned from the old hospital to this new site... still going strong!
Community Resource Tool - Health Services for Ontario is a web based community resource tool funded by Community Care Access Centres to assist communities and people find resources in their area.
“The North Shore Health Network receives funding from the North East Local Health Integration Network. The opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily represent the views of the North East Local Health Integration Network.”