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  • Archive: Ontarians Encouraged To Get A Flu Shot

    Influenza season is upon us and David Caplan, Ontario's health minister, is rolling up his sleeve to get his annual flu shot - and is encouraging all Ontarians to do the same.

    Archived News Release | Health

  • Archive: New Agreement with Doctors Improves Access to Care

    The McGuinty government has reached a new agreement with the Ontario Medical Association that includes a shared commitment to help 500,000 Ontarians without a family physician find one.

    Archived News Release | Health

  • Archive: Wait Time Strategy Expands

    Ontario is setting the most aggressive wait time targets for general surgeries in Canada as part of an expansion of its successful Wait Time Strategy.

    Archived News Release | Health

  • Archive: Ontario Integrates e-Health Activities Under One Agency

    Ontario has appointed Dr. Alan Hudson as the Chair of eHealth Ontario, a restructured agency responsible for all aspects of e-health in Ontario including creating an electronic health reco...

    Archived News Release | Health

  • Archive: Improving Patient Safety In Hospitals

    Ontario is boosting patient safety measures by creating infection control resource teams, funding 66 more infection prevention and control practitioners in hospitals and local health units, and sup...

    Archived News Release | Health

  • Archive: Opening Ontario's Borders to Doctors

    Doctors licensed to practice in other parts of Canada and the U.S. will soon be able to move to practice in Ontario without further training or additional examinations.

    Archived News Release | Health

  • Archive: Improving Care for Ontario's Youngest Patients

    Ontario is continuing to improve health care for children and babies with more intensive care unit beds, increased funding for paediatric surgeries and greater support for expectant mothers.

    Archived News Release | Health

  • Archive: Ontario Funds Free Insulin Pumps for Adults

    Each year, over 1300 adults with type 1 diabetes will receive free insulin pumps under a new Ontario program that begins in September.

    Archived News Release | Health

  • Archive: Increasing Direct Daily Care In Long-Term Care Homes

    Ontario is providing $23.3 million to support the creation of 873 personal support worker positions in long-term care homes. This will increase the average paid hours of direct daily care per resid...

    Archived News Release | Health

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