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Primary Care Resources

The South West CCAC supports our primary care partners and their patients with direct connections to the CCAC, as well as a variety of resources. To arrange for a CCAC Care Coordinator to be connected with your practice, please contact Daryl Nancekivell at daryl.nancekivell@sw.ccac-ont.ca.

For support with quality improvement initiatives or for EMR coaching, please contact Partnering for Quality (jennifer.thompson@sw.ccac-ont.ca or 519-474-5675).

 

Available resources 

Self Management
The South West Self-Management Program offers the Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions workshop series free of charge in communities across the South West. The workshops are designed for people living with heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis, osteoporosis and other chronic conditions, and those caring for them. For more information, refer your patients to www.swselfmanagement.ca.

Long Term Care
Moving from a family home to a long-term care setting can be a challenging transition for patients. CCACs ease this process by helping patients and family understand the available options and by supporting them to make the right decisions.


Click here for Long-Term Care (LTC) Home waitlists (updated monthly).

For patients choosing a long-term care home, video and print resources are available on the Choosing a Home page.

The MOHLTC Health Assessment Report for LTC aplications can be accessed through the Central Forms Repository. The form can be completed electronically and faxed or printed, hand written on and faxed.

Joint Replacement and Wound Care 

South West CCAC Standard Flush Protocol

A resource for physicians and nurse practitioners when prescribing IV therapy. Please note this standard flush protocol is for ADULTS only. MD/NP must complete specific flush protocol on the IV form for any pediatric patients on IV therapy.

 

For reliable, up-to-date information about health services, visit www.southwesthealthline.ca.



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