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Champlain CCAC




Feedback

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Champlain CCAC’s vision is to provide outstanding care—to every person, every day. We want to hear from you!

Your feedback will help us continually improve our programs and services. Here are some ways that you can bring forward your observations, suggestions, questions, compliments and complaints about the care or the services that we are providing to you or your loved one.​ ​

Contact your Care Coordinator

Your Care Coordinator is familiar with your situation and wants to hear what is going well for you and what can be improved. They can also answer any questions that you might have about your care or services that you are receiving.​​

Patient Experience and Risk Specialists​

The Champlain CCAC also has a team of Patient Experience and Risk Specialists within the Quality Department to assist you if your Care Coordinator has been unable to address a question or concern. 


The specialists welcome your feedback!

Phone: 613-745-5882 (or toll-free at 1-844-454-1322)
Email: quality@champlain.ccac-ont.ca
All messages will be acknowledged within 2 business days. 

The concerns investigation process is overseen by Jennifer Proulx, Director of Quality and Program Evaluation. Jennifer can be reached at 613-745-8124 x5910 or by email at jennifer.proulx@champlain.ccac-ont.ca

Other Helpful Resources:

Long-Term Care ACTION Line 

1-866-876-7658
416-326-6777 (outside Ontario) 

How can they help?
  • CCAC has not been able to resolve your concern.
  • You are concerned about the care or service at a long term care home.
  • You would like assistance from an Independant Complaints Facilitator.
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Ontario Patient Ombudsman

1-888-321-0339 (toll free)
416-597-0339

How can they help?
​You have a complaint about patient care and health care experiences related to the following:
  • Public hospitals
  • Long-term care homes
  • Community Care Access Centers


​​Health Services Appeal and Review Board

1-866-282-2179 (toll free)
416-327-8512 
Email: hsarb@ontario.ca

How can they help?
  • Your concern is related to your eligibility for service.
  • Your concern is related to the type or amount of services you receive.
  • Your concern is related to the discontinuation of your service.