Pelee Island Resource Centre
Petrolia's Charlotte Eleanor Englehart Hospital - A Case Study
The Erie St. Clair LHIN has worked with communities such as Petrolia to find solutions to their health care access challenges. The following information provides context to the Petrolia Charlotte Eleanor Englehart Hospital Emergency Department situation in 2010.
Understanding Rural Health Care
Understanding rural health care is critical to developing methods for delivering services at the right place, to the right person, at the right time.
Rural and Northern Healthcare Report
It's important that residents of rural and northern communities have timely and appropriate access to high quality health care. The development of the rural and northern health care plan is necessary to identify and recognize the unique challenges of these areas and help improve their specific local health care needs.
Township of Pelee Island Transportation Study
Ferry and air transportation services to Pelee Island support local business, permanent and seasonal residents and local agricultural and tourism/recreational markets.
Remote and Mobile Health Care
- The TELUS iDOC® – interactive Doctor On Call – brings standard definition video conferencing to an affordable platform for telehealth.
The equipment is housed in a highly mobile and lightweight platform designed to be used at the point of care.
- This Clinical Site Readiness Assessment Tool will be used to determine your site’s readiness to provide clinical telemedicine (TM) services as well as identify any gaps in your current clinical telemedicine program. It is based on best practices identified in Accreditation Canada Telehealth standards, the National Initiative for Telehealth Framework of Guidelines, (NIFTE), and the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) guidelines.
- ENVIRONMENTAL SCAN - TELEMEDICINE MODELS OF CARE AT REMOTE & RURAL NURSING STATIONS IN ONTARIO. Version 1 – October 5, 2011 (To Be Updated As Interviews Are Completed) - Lori Feltz, RN Regional Director, Ontario Telemedicine Network
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