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Posted Friday, June 15, 2018

Capital Plan Development Task Force logoThe Capital Plan Development Task Force met on May 28.
Task force members reviewed a draft land use and community planning analysis, which studied the viability of potential general locations for hospitals in the District of Muskoka based on the requirements of a future site(s). The analysis considered provincial, regional and municipal planning frameworks, required approvals and potential risks. The draft report incorporates feedback from the District of Muskoka, and the Towns of Bracebridge...

Posted Monday, June 11, 2018

Public Notice - MAHC Annual General MeetingMuskoka Algonquin Healthcare (MAHC) is pleased to invite members of the community to attend a celebration of the outstanding work of MAHC staff and physicians at the corporation’s Annual General Meeting.
The AGM is an annual opportunity to hear directly from staff and physicians about exciting new projects and to recognize the recipients of the 2018 Board Award of Excellence. Please join us!
Date: Monday, June 25, 2018

Posted Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Board Chair Evelyn BrownThroughout this election campaign, health care has been at the forefront, and it should be. A high-functioning public health care system should be important to each and every resident of Ontario. We count on the provincial government to fund and facilitate safe, high-quality care. We want to know that it will be there when we need it – whether it’s having access to a primary care provider like a family doctor or nurse practitioner, being able to obtain home care so seniors can stay...

Posted Monday, May 28, 2018

Capital Plan Development Task Force logoThe Capital Plan Development Task Force met on May 14.
The task force further discussed a report on high-level operational cost forecasting for the three models for the year 2031/32. Members understood the report is intended to provide an order of magnitude of the potential operating costs of each model based on the programs and services to be delivered. The report is not an operating budget, and rather is directional for the purposes of comparison and evaluation of the models. The report...

Posted Wednesday, May 09, 2018

Capital Plan Development Task Force logoThe Capital Plan Development Task Force met on April 30.
Reports: The task force reviewed a report on high-level operational cost forecasting for the three models. Task force members asked for clarification and revisions to the report for their next meeting.
The task force reviewed a space projections report demonstrating net square feet, component gross square feet and building gross square feet for the three models, and the expected cost range for project costs based...