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South East LHIN media contacts

Caitlin den Boer 

Communications Lead
613-967-0196 ext. 2240
1-866-831-5446    

Melanie Trottier 

Bilingual Writer
613-967-0196 ext. 2308
1-866-831-5446

Renee Oortwyn

Communications Associate
613-967-0196 ext. 2310
1-866-831-5446

 

Recent Media Releases

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Apr 15, 2014Working together to improve French-language health services
More than 90 per cent of recommendations made by the French Language Health Services Network of Eastern Ontario (the Réseau) on developing French-language health services resulted in action by the Champlain Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) and the South East LHIN in 2013.
 
Mar 19, 2014Campaign to Build Public Awareness on Local Programs and Services
From March 20th through till the end of May, the South East Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) will be launching a campaign aimed at building public awareness on local programs and services funded by the South East LHIN and offered through our Health Service Providers.
 
Mar 17, 2014Enhanced Access to Community Exercise and Falls Prevention Classes
As part of reforms to physiotherapy services, Ontario is increasing access to publicly funded exercise and falls prevention classes in the South East to help more seniors stay healthy and independent.
 
Mar 17, 2014Enhanced Access to Physiotherapy for South East Seniors
As part of reforms to physiotherapy services, Ontario is expanding access to clinic-based physiotherapy for seniors and eligible patients in the South East.
 
Feb 26, 2014New Intensive Transitional Treatment Program will support patients in need of acute Mental Health services
Patients dealing with mental health concerns will soon benefit from services offered through a new Intensive Transitional Treatment Program (ITTP) at Kingston General Hospital (KGH).
 

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