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To put people and communities first, AOHC members actively engage the people they serve, every step of the way planning, developing and evaluating health and wellbeing services and programs. In order to ensure a people- and community-centred approach, AOHC members are also governed by community representatives, which makes them distinct from other parts of Ontario’s primary care system.

Community Health and Wellbeing Week

Welcome to this first blog posting from the Association of Ontario Health Centres (AOHC). We begin by asking: why is public debate about Ontario’s health system so focused on doctors and how much they are paid delivering services to patients. If you agree with us that we need to change shift the conversation, will you participate in a province-wide online communication initiative?

AOHC has joined a number of organizations across Ontario endorsing the call for OHIP for All

Many people living in Ontario have difficulty accessing health care when they are sick because they don’t have OHIP. We believe that every person has a human right to health care. The time is now for a comprehensive policy solution that will provide OHIP for All.

Therefore, AOHC has joined a group of concerned healthcare providers, community organizations and community members calling for a clear and comprehensive policy change by the Ontario Government:

Ontario Health Centres Vote to Unanimously Support the Development of Supervised Injection Services in the Province

RICHMOND HILL, ON, June 8, 2016 – Members of the Association of Ontario Health Centres voted unanimously at the AOHC Annual General Meeting on June 7 to adopt a resolution in support of Supervised Injection Services (SIS), which calls on all levels of government to aid efforts to expand harm reduction services in the face of a growing overdose epidemic in communities across the province.

Ontario’s Investment in Indigenous Health Includes Significant Expansion of Indigenous-Centred Primary Health Care

THUNDER BAY, ON, May 25, 2016 – Today, at Anishnawbe Mushkiki Aboriginal Health Access Centre in Thunder Bay, Ontario Minister of Health and Long-Term Care Dr. Eric Hoskins, alongside his colleagues David Zimmer, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, Michael Gravelle, Minister of Northern Development and Mines, and Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day, made a ground-breaking announcement of the largest investment in Indigenous health care in Ontario’s history.

(TORONTO – February 22, 2016) The Association of Ontario Health Centres welcomes the apology Premier Kathleen Wynne delivered today to “all Franco-Ontarians, their communities and all those who suffered from Regulation 17.” In her speech, Premier acknowledged the obstacles that Francophones in Ontario have been facing in the past century and called this policy "a failure".

(Toronto) - December 2, 2015- The Association of Ontario Health Centres is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Jennifer Rayner, an innovative epidemiologist with extensive experience investigating interprofessional primary health care.

Dr. Rayner will develop and lead a new research program designed to build knowledge about how Ontario's primary health care system can do a better job serving vulnerable populations, a need recently highlighted by Health Quality Ontario in its report on the sector.

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