Opportunities

MLOHT Digital Health Project Manager

Are you a project manager with an interest in digital health? The Middlesex London Ontario Health Team is seeking a Project Manager to advance digital health initiatives in support of our purpose. Deadline to apply is November 9, 2022.

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Digital Health Strategist

This role is designed to provide leadership in digital health to the residents served by TransForm, its partners and multiple Ontario Health Teams in Middlesex-London, Elgin, Sarnia-Lambton, Chatham-Kent, and Windsor-Essex.

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Patient/Client and Care Partner Opportunities

The Middlesex London Ontario Health Team’s Patient/Client and Care Partner (PCCP) Council is looking for new members! The PCCP Council empowers the patient/client and caregiver voice in better connecting healthcare for all. To find out more information, please contact us.

Other ways to have your voice and your patient/client/caregiver’s voices heard as we improve care:

  • Participate in care pathway development: work with a team of people with lived experiences, clinicians, organization administrators, and researchers to improve patient care pathways for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and/or Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
  • Participate in an interview with us or write to us to share your personal health care experience
  • Join focus groups or problem-solving sessions with healthcare providers (called “Co-Design Sessions”)

Contact us if you are interested in helping us better connect care and improve our healthcare experience together!

Middlesex London Ontario Health Team Membership

Become a member of the Middlesex London Ontario Health Team. Members support our work to improve our healthcare experience together.

All Middlesex London OHT Members voluntarily participate in Middlesex London OHT improvements, initiatives, and projects.

Members may be asked to voluntarily contribute in-kind or financial resources to the Middlesex London OHT; however, there is no financial obligation to become a member.

Members can also join a “Cluster” (e.g., Long-Term Care Home cluster). A “Cluster” representative brings forward a collective voice to Coordinating Council discussions and decisions. “Clusters” develop their own process for appointing representatives/alternates.

Contact us to learn more about becoming a member or to formalize your membership.

MLOHT Collaboration Agreement

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