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  • Archive: Maintaining the Gains, Moving the Yardstick

    The Chief Medical Officer of Health's 2011 annual report establishes a list of priority health indicators that help to describe how healthy Ontarians are. The indicators relate to particular a...

    Archived Backgrounder | Health

  • Archive: About Birth Centres

    In March 2012, Ontario announced two birth centres would be opened in the province. The Ottawa and Toronto Birth Centres are expected to open in the summer of 2013. 

    Archived Backgrounder | Health

  • Archive: Transforming Long-Term Care

    Ontario is transforming the role of long-term care to help older Ontarians get home sooner while providing better care to long-term care residents with complex needs.

    Archived Backgrounder | Health

  • Archive: About Birth Centres

    In March 2012, Ontario announced two birth centres would be opened in the province. The first to be announced is the Toronto Birth Centre, which is expected to open in the summer of 2013.

    Archived Backgrounder | Health

  • Archive: Health Links in Action

    To help understand how a Health Link can help a patient, here's a real life example.

    Archived Backgrounder | Health

  • Archive: About Health Links

    Ontario is improving care for seniors and others with complex conditions through Health Links. This innovative approach brings together health care providers in a community to better and mo...

    Archived Backgrounder | Health

  • Archive: Community Health Sector Investments

    Ontario is providing a $128-million increase over last year for home and community health services across the province. This investment is part of the

    Archived Backgrounder | Health

  • Archive: Ontario Takes Action to Address Prescription Drug Abuse

    Ontario is helping save lives and protect Ontarians' health by taking action to reduce the abuse of prescription narcotics and controlled substance medications across the province.

    Archived Backgrounder | Health

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