Nov. 21 – Public Open House CEEH Health Care Village
Posted: November 6, 2017
PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE REGARDING HEALTH CARE VILLAGE
The public is invited to attend an Open House regarding the Health Care Village and CEEH Master Plan project on November 21, 2017 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Petrolia. A presentation of information gathered for the project will be made at 7:00 p.m. The public is encouraged to engage in a discussion.
The Health Care Village would be a community health hub that is intended to be a multi-purpose and adaptable space that is used by multiple providers to deliver a basket of services, including housing for seniors and affordable housing, that are tailored and adapted over time to meet the changing needs of our community as we move into the future. “We have an extraordinary opportunity to work alongside Bluewater Health, our doctors, and our healthcare service providers to create a model for rural healthcare.” said Mayor John McCharles.
Recognizing that there will be broad changes to the community’s demographics and health-care needs, the Town of Petrolia and Bluewater Health are working together to create a Health Care Village that offers collaboration between different community agencies and service providers to respond to local needs in an efficient and sustainable way. This includes appropriate housing and improved access to services and offers better outcomes for people by providing access to early-intervention programs and circle of care services.
Plan to attend:
Date: November 21, 2017
Time: 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Location: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 418 Greenfield Street, Petrolia, Ontario
The Town of Petrolia is dedicated to providing our residents with a comprehensive range of health-care services and hospital facilities. Our commitment to our residents and to those in surrounding communities is to nurture our community’s quality of life through the preservation of our heritage and careful planning for our future. Petrolia is a family-oriented, full-service community that is proud to partner with Bluewater Health on this project.
Bluewater Health, with locations in Sarnia and Petrolia, cares for the residents of Sarnia-Lambton. With close to 2,500 staff, Professional Staff and volunteers, Bluewater Health provides an array of specialized acute, complex continuing care, allied health and ambulatory care services. State-of-the-art facilities, which opened in 2010, contribute to Bluewater Health’s Mission: We create exemplary healthcare experiences with patients and families every time. For more information about Bluewater Health, visit www.bluewaterhealth.ca or follow us on Facebook and YouTube.
For more information:
John McCharles Julia Oosterman
Mayor, Town of Petrolia Chief, Communications & Public Affairs
411 Greenfield Street Bluewater Health
Petrolia, Ontario, N0N 1R0 519-464-4452