Our Primary Care Partner Table
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Primary care is a cornerstone of the healthcare system and a critical foundation for OHTs. Providers and organizations work together to be clinically and fiscally responsible for delivering a fully coordinated continuum of care.
Primary Care Partner Table Mandate:
The Primary Care Partner Table informs the work and decision-making of the OHT - ÉSO with the focus to strengthen the foundation of Primary Care in Ottawa’s health system. This group works together to:
Provide guidance, foster connections and support effective engagement of primary care providers in the work of the OHT - ÉSO
Explore and advance options and models to evolve a strong foundation of primary health care
Provide effective representation and leadership at the OHT - ÉSO Collaborative Leadership Group
Our Primary Care Partner Table has 11 members and includes family doctors and nurse practitioners that work in different primary care settings with diverse patient populations. Members are systems-minded, collaborative providers who want to work with the primary care community and the partner organizations connected to the OHT - ÉSO to influence the system changes that are needed.
Members serve a two-year term.
Meet our Primary Care Partner Table
Our Primary Care Partner Table helps to facilitate the connections and conversations between primary care providers and the partner organizations connected to the OHT-ÉSO to drive the system changes that are needed. We connect with the different groups representing primary care in our region.
Learn more about our strategy to increase attachment to primary care in our region here.
Our Primary Care Partner Table is committed to engaging with you to shape the practices and decision-making of the OHT - ÉSO. As a group of family doctors and nurse practitioners, we want to work with you to make the changes that are important for people in our community. We need input, support, and direction from our peers, who are working in different primary care settings.
Please sign up to our Contact List so we can e-mail you directly. We will send out regular (once a month max) communiques to share information and inform you about opportunities to give input and influence change.
Please connect with the PCPT if you have a question or idea for change.