Our Stories

Here are some examples of how Ontario Health is connecting, coordinating and modernizing the province’s health system. 

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Announcing the Ontario Health Infectious Diseases Advisory Committee

This multidisciplinary advisory committee provides evidence-based clinical guidance on infectious diseases matters.

Mental Health Week: Improving Access and Supports in Ontario

Learn how we are working to enable more comprehensive and connected access to mental health and addictions services across the province.

Announcing Four New Clinical Leads to Support Patients Before Paperwork

Drs. Rajesh Girdhari, Cody Jackson, Neil Naik and Stephen Pomedli will provide guidance and expertise to support the Patients Before Paperwork (Pb4P) initiative.

International Women’s Day: Inspiring Inclusion at Ontario Health

In honour of International Women’s Day, hear from some of our dedicated and talented team members on what this year’s theme, Inspire Inclusion, means to them.

Corey Bernard Recognized for Equity and Anti-Racism Work in Public Health

Congratulations to Corey Bernard, Director of Equity, Inclusion, Diversity, and Anti-Racism at Ontario Health, for receiving the 2024 Outstanding Black Leadership in Public Health and Health Systems Award.

Survivorship: Understanding Cancer’s Longest Phase

The end of active treatment does not mean the end of care. Ontario Health’s Provincial Survivorship Report helps identify cancer survivors’ needs.

Why Representation Matters in Health Care

Visible representation of the people we serve is critically important in health care, both for clinicians and their patients.

Improving Care for People with Eating Disorders

Ontario Health’s Eating Disorders quality standard addresses care for people of all ages with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder.

Cancer Screening Performance Report 2023 Now Available

Learn about the performance of Ontario's four organized cancer screening programs, with a special focus on equity in cancer screening.

Starting the Conversation about Advance Care Planning

Talking about serious illness and end-of-life care decisions is uncomfortable for a lot of people, even health care professionals. Advance care planning can help start the conversation.