The following publications provide important information about our services and other useful resources for patients. We encourage you to share this information with family members and friends who may benefit from reading it. Note that all documents are posted in pdf format.
Welcome to our services
This welcome kit provides important information for new patients.
View the Patient Welcome Kit »
School Health Support Services
Access to Care so Students Can Go on Learning
Our School Health Support Services program ensures that children and youth receive the medical care or rehabilitation services they need while at school—whether they attend publicly funded institutions, private schools or are educated at home.
The Welcome Package includes (the following 3 items):
- The Discharge Process Form
- Information handouts
From hospital to home
Being home can be better for you. Together with our community partners, we can provide services for you based on your individual needs.
At home you will have support from caregivers, family and friends. The home care services you need to maintain your health will be provided to you when you arrive home.
View Home First: From Hospital to Home »
Services for youth with mental health and substance use issues
Our Mental Health and Addictions Nurses (MHAN) provide support and services to youth with mild to complex mental health and substance use issues.
View Mental Health & Addictions Nurses »
Having someone die at home can be a positive and peaceful experience. Understandably, people often have questions about what to expect when caring for someone going through the dying process. This guide will prepare you to help someone you care for, as their body slows down.
View When Death Occurs at Home »
When care at home is no longer possible
When it becomes too difficult to continue to live at home our Care Coordinators can help you look at your options for residential care, including Long-Term Care.
View Planning for Long-Term Care »