Health Minister to make important announcements to improve healthcare in Southwestern Ontario

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Health Minister to make important announcements to improve healthcare in Southwestern Ontario

Ministry of Health

HAMILTON and HAGERSVILLE, ON, Nov. 6 - HAMILTON - Health and Long-Term Care Minister George Smitherman, will make an important announcement regarding enhancing and providing more addiction resources for women in the Hamilton region. DATE: Friday, November 7, 2003 TIME: 11:30 a.m. LOCATION: The Centre for Mountain Health Services, St. Joseph's Healthcare 100 West 5th Avenue (Corner of West 5th and Fennell Drive) Hamilton, ON DIRECTIONS: From Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) Take Hwy 403 Westbound to Aberdeen Exit at Aberdeen Eastbound Proceed 5 traffic lights to Queen Street, turn right Proceed up the escarpment to Fennell, turn left Proceed to West 5th, turn left The Centre for Mountain Health Services will be on the left. ------------------- HAMILTON - Health and Long-Term Care Minister George Smitherman, will attend the Hamilton Public Health's flu clinic at Lime Ridge Mall in Hamilton. TIME: 1:00 p.m. LOCATION: Lime Ridge Mall, in front of the Old Navy store 999 Upper Wentworth Hamilton, ON DIRECTIONS: Hwy 403 to Lincoln Alexander Parkway East Exit at Upper Wentworth Street Northbound The Mall is on the right, just North of Lincoln Alexander Parkway ----------------------- HAGERSVILLE - Health and Long-Term Care Minister George Smitherman, will visit the Brantford Six Nations Maternal and Child Centre in Hamilton. TIME: 2:30 p.m. LOCATION: 1350 Sour Springs Road, Hagersville, ON DIRECTIONS: Hwy 403 Westbound towards Brantford Exit at Garden Avenue South, just before entering Brantford Proceed past the Hwy 2 intersection to Hwy 54 Turn left (Eastbound) on Hwy 54 Proceed to Chiefswood Avenue, turn right (Southbound) Proceed through Ohsweeken to Sour Springs Road Turn right (Westbound) Proceed to 1350 Sour Springs Road, which will be on the left. For more information visit: www.health.gov.on.caFor further information: Contacts: Tanya Cholakov, Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care, (416) 314-6197