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Christine Elliott
Proud Mother, Advocate, MPP for Newmarket-Aurora, Deputy Premier of Ontario and Minister of Health
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Christine Elliott 7h
Great meeting with constituents from the Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism in Newmarket to learn about how they benefit physically and mentally from the art of Tai Chi.
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Christine Elliott 24h
Pleasure attending the concert in support of York Region charities with family and friends this evening.
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Christine Elliott Sep 14
Our government has added 115 new parking spots at East Gwillimbury Go to add capacity, get people moving and support future growth in York Region.
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Christine Elliott Sep 14
Great to meet with to learn more about their Lanaware platform- a solution to perform converged IT, operational technology and industrial network assets.
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Christine Elliott Sep 13
Pleased to participate in the for children with different abilities. Together, we can ensure that Newmarket-Aurora and all communities across Ontario are more inclusive for all.
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Christine Elliott Sep 13
We are taking a cross government approach to create a comprehensive and connected mental health and addictions services. By building the right supports within a community, we can ensure children and youth have early access to connected care and services when they need it.
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Christine Elliott Sep 12
We are increasing access to home & community care services and keeping patients from spending unnecessary time in our hospitals. Helping people get the care they need in their home or community is better for patients, and it helps to make our health care system more sustainable.
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Christine Elliott Sep 12
By investing in targeted partnerships between hospitals and home and community care providers across Ontario, we can tackle the challenge of hallway health care head on to ensure patients are receiving the high-quality care they expect and deserve.
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Christine Elliott Sep 12
Our government will continue to work with the OCSA to expand home and community care to help end hallway health care and build more capacity in communities across the province.
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Christine Elliott Sep 12
These investments will support partnerships between home and community care providers and busy hospitals. Patients will experience quicker transitions between receiving hospital care and returning home with the appropriate support, while making more hospital beds available.
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Christine Elliott Sep 12
“It’s certainly a new approach,” said chief executive , who applauded the move as a way to make the health-care system more flexible.
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Christine Elliott Sep 11
We’re investing $4.25 million in the to support innovative partnerships with local home and community care providers. Patients will get out of the hospital faster with the support they need, helping end hallway health care.
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NPAO Sep 11
This morning announced major investment in home & community care to help keep patients at home & out of hospital, this is a great step toward ending hallway healthcare
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Home Care Ontario Sep 11
We commend the government for continuing to make home care a priority. This investment will deliver more care at home and help people avoid hospital admissions as well as get people home from hospital faster; a cost-effective way to end hospital overcrowding.
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AdvantAge Ontario Sep 11
Great news today! has just announced $155M in new home and community care services to support people where they live. This is what Ontarians want and this government is delivering. Release: Remarks:
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Ont. Hospital Assoc. Sep 11
The OHA supports today’s announcement by of new funding for home and community care, with a focus on partnerships with hospitals. These innovative, collaborative solutions are what the system needs to reduce hospital overcrowding & wait times.
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Christine Elliott Sep 11
Replying to @celliottability
As part of this investment, our government is investing $45 million in targeted innovative integrated care models that strengthen partnerships between hospitals and home and community care to immediately support ending hallway health care in high-need areas.
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Christine Elliott Sep 11
Pleased to be at the Hillcrest Reactivation Centre to announce our government is investing an additional $155 million to expand home and community care to improve patient experience, support people receiving quality care at home and, in doing so, help end hallway health care.
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Christine Elliott Sep 11
LIVE: Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, makes an announcement.
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Dr. Ian Dawe Sep 10
Minister it was our honour. Thanks for the investment in our initiative; we are led by and have learned from the living experiences of youth and families. . Keep an eye on us; your investment will pay great dividends in Ontario!
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