• Ingersoll Services for Seniors

    About The Organization The Oxford Ontario Health Team is thrilled to welcome the Ingersoll 50+ Activity Centre /Services for Seniors (ISFS) to our partnership. ISFS has been a resource in Ingersoll since 1992. Their organization is home to a 50+ Activity Centre that provides social, recreational, and educational activities that promote healthy, active ageing. MembersRead more
  • Oxford OHT Impact Fellow Spotlight

    Over the last year we have had the pleasure of hosting Razan Amoud, OHT Impact Fellow from the University of Toronto, on our Operations team. Razan is a trained pharmacist with a Master’s degree in Pharmacy from the School of Pharmacy, University of Waterloo, specializing in pharmacoepidemiology and population health management. As Razan’s fellowship withRead more
  • LEGHO

    January, 2024 Let’s Go Home (LEGHO) is a collaborative program offered in Oxford, designed to ease the transition from hospital to home. LEGHO specifically caters to the needs of seniors and adults with physical disabilities discharged from a hospital stay or who have visited the emergency department with concerns related to social determinants of health.Read more
  • The Light House

    August, 2023 Introduction On April 28th United Way Oxford and the Oxford County Community Health Centre (OCCHC) opened the doors to the Light House, a Tillsonburg-based transition house providing safe and secure housing to Oxford County community members. The Light House can accommodate 7 adults at a time with each guest having their own privateRead more
  • Oxford County Paramedic Services

    May 2023 IntroductionMeet our partner, Oxford County Paramedic Services (OCPS). OCPS is a team of highly skilled healthcare professionals committed to providing exceptional medical treatment and education. The paramedics at OCPS respond to emergencies and offer proactive healthcare in Oxford County through their Community Paramedic Program, which coordinates visits with patients living with complex health

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  • Woodingford Lodge

    May 2023 IntroductionWoodingford Lodge is a trio of long-term care homes owned and operated by Oxford County, with locations in Woodstock, Ingersoll and Tillsonburg. Each home offers high-quality, patient-centred care, 24/7, in an environment where residents are recognized, valued and celebrated for being themselves. Woodingford Lodge’s complement of highly-skilled medical professionals has a reputation for

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  • Sakura House

    March 21, 2023 Sakura House, operated by VON Oxford, is Oxford County’s only residential hospice. They are a palliative care facility where 24-hour end-of-life care is provided by a skilled team of healthcare professionals with the assistance of professionally trained volunteers, at no cost to patients or their families. Sakura House joined the Oxford OHT

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  • Remote Patient Monitoring

    March, 2023 Introduction Oxford County Paramedic Services has launched a Remote Patient Monitoring program for community members living with a moderate to severe chronic disease. This 90-day program connects patients with the Community Paramedicine team to help them self-manage their conditions with regular monitoring and health coaching. CollaborationThe Oxford Ontario Health Team is pleased toRead more
  • VON Oxford

    February 16, 2023 IntroductionSince 1914, The Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) for Canada has helped Oxford County residents live healthier and more independent lives through the delivery of innovative and comprehensive health and social services.VON Canada believes that health starts at home but when staying at home is no longer possible, VON Sakura House hospice

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  • Alzheimer Society Southwest Partners Spotlight

    April 22, 2022 Alzheimer Society Southwest Partners offer a wide range of programs and services designed for individuals with dementia and/or memory concerns, their family, caregivers, and health professionals, as well as the general public.  When asked why AlzSWP joined the OHT, they shared they felt it was important for them to be part of

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