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Caitlin den Boer 

Communications Lead
613-967-0196 ext. 2240

Melanie Trottier 

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613-967-0196 ext. 2308

Renee Oortwyn

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Recent Media Releases

Aug 13, 2014Health Links Changing the way Care is being Delivered in the South East
A cultural change is quietly transforming how care is being delivered across Ontario and in the South East, forging a new climate of collaboration. Health Links, which was announced in the latter part of 2012 by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, has fostered new relationships across the Health Care sector, with one common goal in mind; ‘A Better Patient Experience.’
Jul 9, 2014New Mobile Application Providing Access to Services on the Go
A new mobile application launched by the South East Community Care Access Centre (CCAC), with support from the South East Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) will enable South East residents to find the services they need close to home or on the go. 
May 5, 2014Partners Confirm Commitment to Build a New Hospital in Prince Edward County
Local health care partners have officially re-launched their efforts to build a new hospital in Prince Edward County.At a celebration event held in Picton today, Quinte Health Care (QHC), the Prince Edward Family Health Team (PEFHT) and the South East Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) announced they have been working together to submit a proposal to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care for a new hospital in Prince Edward County at Picton. This has been made possible through funding support from the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation and the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary.
Apr 29, 2014Pathways to Independence launches Request for Tender for Acquired Brain Injury Residence in Napanee
The South East Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), along with Pathways to Independence, announced the launch of the Request for Tender (RFT) for a new Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Supportive Housing Residence in Napanee.
Apr 24, 2014Survey for South East LHIN website
The South East Local Integration Network (LHIN), launched today a survey to gather feedback from users on their experience navigating the South East LHIN website. The results of the survey will further inform the South East LHIN on how the website is engaging users and whether the current features meet visitors’ needs.

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