Posters, Waiting for Care

Why do Canada’s children lag so far behind?
By Denis Daneman

We know the further north you are in Ontario, the sparser is the health care, and the further you have to go and the less likely you are to have access.

Why you must see your doctor after a trip to the ER Why you must see your doctor after a trip to the ER
By Dr. Michael J. Schull

Up to 30% of patients with chronic illnesses are not seeing a doctor within 30 days after an emergency room visit — and that can de deadly.

Why you must see your doctor after a trip to the ER Why you must see your doctor after a trip to the ER
By Dr. Michael J. Schull

Poorly integrated care, where patients fall through the cracks as they transition from the emergency room back to the community, and sometimes, back to the ER again, is a notable shortcoming of our healthcare system.

Curing lengthy wait times in the public health system
By Dr. Cy Frank

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