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Lakeridge Health is Building for the Future…

Lakeridge Health is Building for the Future…

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Lakeridge Health is evolving as a regional system of acute care and wants to ensure it can meet the health care needs of the communities it serves – today and well into the future. To help guide how and where health care services will be delivered over the next 20 years and beyond, Lakeridge Health is embarking on a Master Planning Process.

This is a formal process to identify what programs and services are required to meet the needs of the community over the next 5, 10 and 20+ years and where those services should be located. It also results in the creation of a blueprint for construction and development of the hospitals and other facilities needed to deliver those programs and services.

To help shape the development of the Master Plan, Lakeridge Health is inviting community members to participate in a public survey and Telephone Town Halls. The input and feedback
gathered through the survey and town halls will inform the development of Lakeridge Health’s Master Plan.

To ensure the Master Plan reflects and meets the diverse needs of the growing communities it serves, it is important people living and working in Durham Region have the opportunity to provide input about the way acute care services are provided today, and inform how those services can be improved in the future.

The public survey will be available until March 11, 2018, with Telephone Town Halls planned for late-February and mid-March. Phase 1 of the public consultation will run until late March with the full Master Plan completed by early 2019.

Lakeridge Health is a five-hospital health system with hospitals in Ajax, Bowmanville, Oshawa, Port Perry and Whitby and more than a dozen community health locations across Durham Region. This is an exciting opportunity for our community to provide input that will help shape the future delivery of acute care services across our region.

To learn more about how you can get involved and to take the public survey, please visit www.lakeridgehealth.on.ca. Information can be found in the Building for the Future section.

Thank you in advance for your support.

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In these extraordinary times, we are committed to continuing to provide exceptional older adult programming, services and events to our members safely. We are an organization that’s always done things a little differently… although it might not be what was always done, we are thrilled to announce
our reopening plan for our gradual re-opening starting in the Fall of 2020. Our organization is implementing important new measures to safeguard our members, staff and volunteers in order to make participating at the BOAA enjoyable.

Like many businesses and organizations, we’ve had to work incredibly fast with extreme flexibility to respond to the impacts of COVID-19 and to reflect ongoing government mandates. In response, on Monday September 14 th we will be safely reopening the doors to the BOAA with LIMITED ACCESS
available for members and guests. Pre-registration for indoor and outdoor programs and events is required.
1. Stay home if you are sick
2. A signed admission checklist that includes a temperature check will be required
3. Masks are required at all times within the building
4. All participants must remain six feet apart when possible
5. Please wash your hands frequently
6. Maximum 50 persons inside the building (we will be starting with much less)
7. Please use hand sanitizer frequently
8. Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth
1. Updated Office Hours – Monday to Friday, 9 am to 4 pm
2. Our team will be following social distancing protocols and our floors will have distancing guidelines
3. Our team will still be smiling (as always) but they’ll be wearing masks
4. We are encouraging the use of tap & chip debit or credit cards at this time
5. Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the building

We will continue to monitor the situation, doing our best to make the right decisions for our members, our team and our community. What is important for all to remember is that this will only be possible if we are COVID FREE and able to meet all Federal, Provincial, Regional & Municipal guidelines. Updates should always be expected and all planning is tentative.

We are honoured to be a part of your lives and look forward to our gradual reopening. Please follow us on our Facebook page to stay informed:  https://facebook.com/BowmanvilleOA 

If you require immediate assistance, please contact our emergency line 905-242-5585 or execdirector@bowmanvilleolderadults.com

Stay Informed & Stay Safe.🙏🙏

– Team BOAA

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