An expert panel, recommendations to improve integration and access to hospital services in the Scarborough and Durham regions.
Announcements by the Ontario Ministry of Health
Ontario Lowers Drug Costs for Over 170,000 More Low-Income Seniors, making changes to the Ontario Drug Benefit (ODB) Program
Ontario plans to invest $12 billion over 10 years to improve hospitals and $50 million in new funding to keep their facilities in good repair.
Ontario to invest in the health care system to give Ontarians faster access to the right care. In 2016-17, the government would be investing $51.8 billion.
12/11/2015 – Toronto, ON Ontario is taking action to better protect Ontarians against diseases that can be prevented by vaccines. The province’s new strategy, Immunization 2020, will strengthen Ontario’s publicly funded immunization program over the next five years. As part of the strategy, Ontario will be proposing changes to the Immunization of School Pupils Act […]
Ontario is investing more than $7 million in small hospitals, including many rural hospitals, to improve patient care close to home. July 20, 2015 – Trent hills, ON This funding will help more than 50 small hospitals across Ontario improve care for patients through measures such as: Reducing wait times Providing staff with additional clinical […]
New Health Service Centre, in Regent Park, to offer Primary Care and Mental Health Services July 9, 2015 – Toronto, ON Ontario is investing up to $13.1 million in the new Sumac Creek Health Services Centre, which will offer primary care and mental health services for patients in the Regent Park, Moss Park and St. […]
Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital Project Moving Ahead June 29, 2015 – Vaughan ON Ontario is moving forward to improve access to hospital services for patients in Vaughan with the release of a request for proposals to the three teams shortlisted to design, build, finance and maintain the new Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital project. Through this project, […]