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Reimagining our Health System 

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The Ontario Health Team (OHT) model represents a shift in how healthcare is organized and delivered in Ontario. OHTs aim to advance the system “from the ground up,” with community-based healthcare providers, primary care practitioners, and clients forming the foundation.

Collaborative Efforts

At this stage, participation in an OHT is voluntary. However, the response from health and social service providers has been overwhelmingly positive. Hundreds of organizations across the province have come together to collaborate and create OHTs tailored to their specific communities. These teams recognize that a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work in healthcare. Each community has unique needs, whether cultural, ethnic, geographic, or economic.

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The Road Ahead
The Ontario Health Team model is still in its early stages, but the momentum is strong. At maturity, OHTs will be a unified blend of clinical excellence, patient engagement, community involvement, and digital innovation, all working together to enhance the health and well-being of Ontarians.

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Our Vision:  

People are healthy, well and supported to live in the community.  

Our Mission:

Ensure people have equitable access to high quality care and support when and where they need it.  

Ensure people have the best possible experience as they access and receive health care and supports.  

Improve the experience and work life of providers and staff striving to provide quality  care and     support.   

Establish the conditions that support health and create healthy communities. 

Are you a primary care provider interested in getting involved with OHT-ÉSO?


Are you without a family doctor and want to know how you can access cancer screening?

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For More Information


Champlain Screening Outreach
Click HERE for contact and booking information in English and French
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