Save The Date: East Toronto Health Partners hosts fall webinar

In July, East Toronto Health Partners (ETHP) progressed to the next phase of the Ontario Health Team application process.

It has been a busy summer working together with partners as we develop our full application and focus on our three priority populations for year one: seniors and caregivers, with a focus on chronic disease; people living with mental health challenges and addictions; and priority neighbourhoods to meet the local needs of diverse communities.

We are holding several engagement sessions and we appreciate the involvement of many of you in these discussions. ETHP is hosting a webinar to discuss the engagement and co-design work that is currently underway, to provide updates on primary care engagement and involvement, and to answer your questions as we work to develop a transformative health care model that wraps care and services around patients, clients and families.

Monday, September 23, 3:30-4:30 p.m.
ETHP presentation followed by Q&A.
Register here:
Please RSVP by Sept. 18 at 5 p.m.

Do you have a question for the ETHP leadership team?
Please submit your question and we will do our best to answer your inquiries on the webinar.
Submit a question here:

With warm regards from the ETHP leadership team,
Anne Babcock, President & CEO, WoodGreen Community Services
Carol Annett, CEO, VHA Home HealthCare
Jennifer Bowman, Vice President, Providence Healthcare (Unity Health Toronto)
Jason Altenberg, Interim CEO, South Riverdale Community Health Centre
Sarah Downey, CEO, Michael Garron Hospital
Tess Romain, Interim CEO, Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network
Dr. Kevin Workentin, Chief of Family Medicine, Michael Garron Hospital and Primary Care Representative, East Toronto Primary Care Network

About East Toronto Health Partners
ETHP is a network of health and social service providers who have worked in partnership for many years and deliver a comprehensive basket of services. Together, the anchor partners of ETHP – Michael Garron Hospital, Providence Healthcare (Unity Health Toronto), South Riverdale Community Health Centre, VHA Home HealthCare and WoodGreen Community Services – are committed to creating an integrated model of care that places patients, clients and families at the centre of the Ontario health care system.