SERVING BRAMPTON, NORTH ETOBICOKE,
WEST WOODBRIDGE, MALTON AND BRAMALEA

  • What the OHT is doing for patients in the community
  • What the OHT is doing for providers in the community
  • What the OHT is doing for partners in the community

The Central West Ontario Health Team (OHT) is one of the largest in the province. It serves close to 900,000 people within Brampton, North Etobicoke, West Woodbridge, Malton and Bramalea.

Together, 153 partners including home and community care, acute care, specialty care, primary care, long-term care, mental health and addictions services, patients/clients, community support services, are coming together with the goal of improving care for the community.

That means:

  • Greater access to physicians and specialists,
  • Improved access to supports and services in the community (such as support accessing the right resources at the right time),
  • Team-based collaboration between partners, and
  • Greater equity and access to health services for all.

Just like in other parts of Ontario, the Central West OHT will be rolled out across the community over several years once the model is developed and tested. This integrated approach is part of Ontario’s restructuring of our health care system. In time, every person in Ontario will be able to access care through an OHT.

This integrated approach is part of Ontario’s restructuring of our health care system. In time, every person in Ontario will be able to access care through an OHT.

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What the OHT is doing for Patients in the Community

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What the OHT is doing for Providers in the Community

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How the OHT Partners are working together

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