Ontario’s doctors lead you to better health
In our new video series, Centred on Care, see how Ontario’s doctors are innovating to drive positive health-care change across the province.
Episode one: Improving access to care in the north
Northern Ontario has a severe shortage of physicians. See how Dr. Sarita Verma — president, vice-chancellor, dean and CEO of NOSM University — is addressing this challenge. Subscribe to our email list.
Episode two: Revolutionizing dementia care in hospitals
It’s estimated one million people in Canada will have dementia by 2030. See how a transformative approach is ushering in a more promising future for dementia care. Dr. Sudip Saha — geriatric medicine specialist, William Osler Health System — is the first to introduce The Butterfly Approach™ in an acute-care hospital setting worldwide. Subscribe to our email list.
Episode three: Bringing rapid STI testing to the 2SLGBTQ+ community
The 2SLGBTQ+ community faces unique challenges in accessing health care. See how Dr. Kevin Woodward and Dr. Tim Guimond at HQ Toronto revolutionized STI testing and mental health services. Subscribe to our email list.
Learn more about the work of Ontario's doctors
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More episodes coming soon
In the coming weeks, we’ll share more videos highlighting the innovative ways Ontario’s doctors are leading us to better health.
Empowering recovery from eating disorders – early 2024
Speeding up newborn baby assessments – early 2024
Reducing surgical wait times – early 2024
The Doctors' Take on improving health care
The importance of the doctor-patient relationship
Changing the way we think and deliver primary care
Better access to health care for all Ontarians
Overcoming the challenges in the health-care system