Our Work

East Toronto Health Partners (ETHP) is developing integrated programs and services that help support the health of our communities.
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Cold, Flu and COVID-19 Clinic for Kids

The clinic provides care for children and youth  in East Toronto who are experiencing cold, flu and COVID-19 symptoms, including fever, cough, runny nose and sore throat, when their paediatrician, family doctor or other primary care provider is not available.
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Health Access Taylor-Massey

Health Access Taylor-Massey (HATM) is a healthcare, community and social services centre located in Crescent Town. We offer connections to services and resources, including COVID-19 supports, to people who live in the Taylor-Massey neighbourhood and surrounding areas.
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Community Outreach Centres

These sites are community health hubs that offer health and social services, including COVID-19 supports, to people who live in Thorncliffe Park, Flemingdon Park and surrounding areas.
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Primary and Community Care (PCC) Response Teams

Our Primary and Community Care (PCC) Response Teams are an integrated care planning program that offers neighbourhood- and team-based health and social services care planning to help vulnerable adults navigate the healthcare system.
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Community of Practice for Pharmacies

The goal of this initiative is to ensure our community partners have the support they need to serve and respond to East Toronto’s health needs and to encourage equitable distribution of medications for local residents, especially those who are most vulnerable.
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Best Practice Spotlight Organization (BPSO) Ontario Health Team (OHT)

Working with the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO), a BPSO OHT commits to a four-year partnership with the Association, during which it works to optimize patient outcomes through science-based practice and robust staff engagement.
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Collaborative Quality Improvement Plan (cQIP)

A cQIP is a formal commitment to quality that an Ontario Health Team (OHT) makes to its community. It is an important part of how OHTs deliver higher quality, more integrated care to the communities they serve.
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