Search Organizations (English): Public health

Results 1 - 10 of 27


Northwest Territories and Nunavut Public Health Association
Sanford Health Unit
Lamont Health Care Centre
The Lamont Health Care Centre is a contracted service provider, offering services in acute and continuing care, emergency, surgery, ophthalmology, radiology, rehabilitation, and palliative care. (See Details)
Ottawa Community Care Access Centre

The Ottawa Community Care Access Centre (OCCAC) exists to provide in-home health and support services to our community, to coordinate the placement of clients into long-term care facilities and to offer program and service information. When you want short or long-term health care assistance contact the Ottawa CCAC. We help you get the health information and services you need, including assessments, individual care planning and the purchase and coordination of services at home and in school as well as access to long term care facilities.

 (See Details)
Interlake Regional Health Authority

The Interlake Regional Health Authority is responsible for the operation and administration of facility and community based health programs and services at a regional level within the Interlake region of Manitoba. The Interlake RHA is responsible within the context of broad provincial policy direction, for assessing and prioritizing those services and programs based on evidence based needs and developing and managing an integrated approach to health care delivery.

The Regional Health Authorities Act legislation came into force on April 1, 1997. It sets out the conditions under which the RHA's are incorporated, as well as defining duties and responsibilities of the Regional Health Authorities, for ensuring effective health planning and delivery.

 (See Details)
Camrose Community Health Services

For more information please contact the facility.

 (See Details)
Lorette Health Unit
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Works to assess the state of health of the Greater Glasgow population; to define the best possible mix of health promotion, prevention of ill health and health services that will improve health; to use the money allocated to us to commission health services from primary care, practitioners, NHS Trusts and other agencies; and to work with local authorities and other agencies so that their efforts in social work, housing, employment and environmental improvement best complement ours in improving health.

 (See Details)
Community Health Research Unit

Focuses on understanding, measuring, and testing elements of public health essential to effective practice.

 (See Details)
Turning Point
Forms an organization that works to: define and assess health, prioritize health issues, and take collective action; promote education to decrease the risk of infectious and chronic disease; strengthen environmental health services for clean air and water and safe food; gain access to health care for everyone; and, improve health status for minority groups. (See Details)