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Erie St. Clair CCAC Employees Receive Top Honours with

​The Erie St. Clair Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) is pleased to announce that four employees have recently been recognized with prestigious provincial awards, celebrating achievement and excellence.

Kelley Doyle, Senior Director of Project Management, Human Resources & Organizational Development for the Erie St. Clair CCAC, has been recognized for her outstanding leadership and charitable efforts. Doyle was presented with the provincial Citizenship Award At the annual Ontario Association of Community Care Access Centre's (OACCAC) Awards for Excellence, held on Monday night in Toronto. Doyle receives the esteemed award due to her exemplary volunteer efforts and positive contributions to the Chatham-Kent community in her spare time where she is Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors for St. Andrew's Residence, and also a member of the newly-formed Chatham-Kent Hospice Board. Doyle is also the president of the Rotary Club of Chatham, a member of the United Way's Women's Leadership Council and a regular volunteer at the Saturday breakfast kitchen at First Presbyterian Church in Chatham. 

Three other CCAC employees were the recipients of the Sector Innovation Award for their significant contributions to the implementation of a large health information initiative; the healthline website (eriestclairhealthline.ca). Michelle Mineau, Confidential Administrative Assistant, Renée Trombley, Director of Communications and Caen Suni, Sr. Director, Partnership Development and Strategic Planning were all honoured. The Erie St. Clair CCAC's healthline website provides health and social service information for the communities across Erie St. Clair. The website provides a range of information - residents can quickly search for available services in their area and even take a virtual tour of a long-term care home.

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Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) connect people across Ontario with quality in‐home and community‐based health care. CCACs provide information, access to qualified care providers and community‐based services to help people come home from hospital or live independently at home.