Mount Waddington Health Services: Where are we in April 2008?. Presentation to: Mount Waddington Health Network April 4, 2008. Framework for Change. Principles of Integrated Services. Comprehensive Seamless Locally accessible Network of provider teams
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Mount Waddington Health Services: Where are we in April 2008?
Mount Waddington Health Network
April 4, 2008
Mount Waddington Redesign for Integration
Change the way we plan and provide services
“Identify the best supports to ensure success and sustainability of this work”
Vision of Integrated Services Developed in 2007
Port Hardy Cluster of Services
Kwakiutl FN (Fort Rupert)
Cormorant Island Service Cluster
‘Namgis Health Services
Mt Waddington’s VIHA Area Services
Port McNeill Cluster of Services
Sointula Nursing Centre
Port Alice Health Centre
Integrating VIHA’s management team in Mount Waddington- a big accomplishment!
“VIHA programs are based at 13 different settings in five local communities. We need an inclusive process for staff to raise issues and a collaborative process for leaders and management to resolve problems locally.”
Integrated Specialized MHAS Housing Project
Partnership with Salvation Army and cooperation with Sacred Wolf
Renovations underway for …..spaces!
Seniors Supportive Housing Initiative
RFP from BC Housing
Communication to all interested seniors groups
No proposals received
Will continue to strengthen the Mount Waddington Reproductive Network, confirm roles of physicians, facilities and community supports, to ensure a safe continuum of perinatal care for all communities
“Equitable access to services for remote populations with poor health status requires special consideration beyond what works for people in larger communities”
“Realigning front line resources to make a difference in rural health”
“Integrating interdisciplinary services between facilities and homes supports the complex care needs of the elderly in the community and in residential care.”
Finally…how to continue to support our common commitment to a healthier Mount Waddington population?