Support the Work of the KW4 Ontario Health Team
The Kitchener, Waterloo, Wellesley, Wilmot and Woolwich Ontario Health Team (KW4 OHT) is comprised of health and wellness partners that are working together to create a local health care system that better meets the specific needs of our communities. The goal is to offer seamless, interconnected care for all 400,000 residents in the KW4, making it easier to navigate the health system and transition between care providers. Designed to centre around patients, families and caregivers, the KW4 OHT will offer 24/7 system navigation support, providing access to the right services at the right place and time. As a part of the KW4 OHT’s Patient Declaration of Values, patients can expect patient-centred care, a partnership with their care provider, communication, equitable care and continuous improvement in health care.
The KW4 OHT is comprised of 39 partners that are dedicated to working collaboratively to empower all people to achieve health and well-being. The first phase of their work will be addressing the challenges of accessing health care faced by three priority populations: homeless and precariously housed, frail elderly and refugees. Members of the KW4 OHT include:
AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and Area
Alzheimer Society Waterloo Wellington
Carizon Family and Community Services
Family and Children’s Services Waterloo Region
Home and Community Care Support Services
Independent Living Centre of Waterloo Region
Kitchener Downtown Community Health Centre
Reception House Waterloo Region
Stonehenge Therapeutic Community
Sunbeam Community & Developmental Services
The Centre for Family Medicine Family Health Team
The eHealth Centre of Excellence
University of Waterloo Waterloo
Waterloo Area Consortium of Midwives
Waterloo Region Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic
Woolwich Community Health Centre
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