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Health care support for Syrian refugees

The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, in partnership with Public Health Ontario, has released the Syrian Refugee Early Assessment Considerations for Primary Care Providers to support the arrival of refugees in our province. This document provides valuable information to support primary care providers in their early assessments and care of Syrian refugees of all ages. Download


Healthier Choices: Creating local recreational food policies

We're looking for parents, coaches, recreational leaders, youth and sports association board members to take part in a workshop on March 25 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. on creating recreational food policies in Oxford County. More information


Update for health care professionals: Gonorrhea testing

All sexually active persons who have signs and symptoms of gonorrhea should be tested. Health care providers should use the Public Health Ontario (PHO) Guidelines for Testing and Treatment of Gonorrhea in Ontario (2013), rather than the recently updated Public Health Agency of Canada, Canadian Guidelines on Sexually Transmitted Infections, Section 5 - Gonococcal Infections. See the PHO Guidelines here


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Child and youth professionals

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Municipal partners

Tobacco enforcement, weather alert updates, emergency planning and safe drinking water.


The workplace

Enforcement and regulation, food handling, and weather alerts for child care centres


Schools

School nurses, nutrition programs and dental services


Community partners

How we are helping residents stay healthy and safe, smoking enforcement and regulations, health hazards, and prenatal programs