It Takes A Doctor
Doctors are best suited to be at the center of health care decisions in Ontario. With the general public unaware of the solutions doctors are implementing within their communities to improve patient care, and a new government that needs to be reminded why they must work with doctors on health care transformation, we’ve developed a branding campaign highlighting the real-life examples and expertise of doctors from across the province.
It Takes A Doctor
Doctors are best suited to be at the center of health care decisions in Ontario. With the general public unaware of the solutions doctors are implementing within their communities to improve patient care, and a new government that needs to be reminded why they must work with doctors on health care transformation, we’ve developed a branding campaign highlighting the real-life examples and expertise of doctors from across the province.

Campaign Overview

The purpose of It Takes A Doctor is to reinforce the value and expertise of Ontario's doctors and showcase the health care solutions they’re creating and implementing within communities across Ontario that are having a real-life impact on patient care.

It takes doctors years to train and they have to make many personal sacrifices to best treat patients and their families. Although the health care system is far from perfect and the challenges are complicated, there is no question that physicians are the trained and experienced medical experts that can help fix a damaged system. From lack of access to care to hallway medicine, it truly takes a doctor to step up and find solutions that best care for patients, and the system that cares for them.

We encourage your support and welcome your feedback

Please feel free to email public.affairs@oma.org to send through your thoughts.

Where You Can See the Campaign

Between now and December, people in Ontario are going to be reminded that it takes a doctor to best treat them, and the health care system that cares for them.

Through online radio ads, they will hear about your relentless approaches to save lives.

In newspapers, they will read about the sacrifices you’ve made to bring real-life tangible solutions to their communities.

Online, they will understand how doctors go above and beyond to care for them and their loved ones.

  • Spotify radio ads
  • YouTube advertising
  • Regional print newspaper ads
  • Social media newsfeed advertising/retargeting – Facebook & Instagram
  • Paid search advertising
  • Website banner ads
  • Zoomer e-newsletters & display banner ads

Conversation Guide

Whether it be with your patients or fellow colleagues, we have developed a conversation guide that provides a list of Q&A's to help you discuss the It Takes A Doctor campaign.

Conversation Guide – It Takes A Doctor

Radio Ads

Member Campaign Materials

From the screens in your waiting rooms to the walls in your offices, we've developed campaign materials that we encourage you to share with your patients.

Campaign Posters
Downloadable posters are available to share in your waiting rooms or offices.


Waiting Room
For offices with display monitors, or if sharing this campaign to colleagues, we've developed a formatted campaign ad.

   
  

Social Media Posts

Be proud of the care you’re providing your community by sharing the campaign with your personal and professional social media network. We've developed a selection of Tweets and Facebook posts that you can use.

Have you implemented solutions in your community that are having a benefit on patient care? Did you dedicate time and effort researching and training to help patients? We know there are thousands of great stories about the incredible solutions doctors bring to their communities to better treat and care for patients. Share your own stories on Twitter and make sure to include the hashtag #ItTakesADoctor or #ItTakesADoc

Examples:

  • There wasn’t enough doctors to treat the number of seniors in my community. So I moved here to start a clinic to help our aging population. #ItTakesADoc
  • I work longer hours each day so that my patients can see me when they need me most. #ItTakesADoctor
  • In the past five years I started doing more house calls so that patients who couldn’t come in to see me can still get the care they needed. #ItTakesADoctor

Clickable Tweets