|Record #: CND0093||Last Modified: 01 Jun 2020||Last Full Update: 01 Jun 2020|
|Public Comments||Main office is located in Waterloo, with satellite offices in Cambridge and Guelph.|
|Former Name||Waterloo Wellington Community Care Access Centre|
|Office Phone||519-748-2222 * 310-2222|
|Toll Free Phone||888-883-3313|
|Primary Contact||Intake Department; Phone: 519-883-5500 * 1-888-883-3313; Fax: 519-883-5550|
|Primary Executive||Bruce Lauckner, Chief Executive Officer, Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network; Phone: 519-883-5500; Email: email@example.com|
|Alternate Executive||Connie MacDonald, Executive Lead - Patient Experience, Communications and Community Engagement, Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network; Phone: 519-748-2222 ext 3235; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Description (Site)||Main Office|
|Site Location||Building is on the west side of the street south of Union.|
|Located In Community||Waterloo|
|Address & Map||
141 Weber St S
Waterloo, ON N2J 2A9
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|Intersection||Weber St. and Union St. E|
|Physical Access||Fully Accessible|
|Description & Services|
|Description (Agency)||Coordinates health services such as nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy and personal support for people who are recovering from illness or injury, and for those who are living with chronic illness or disability|
|Description (Service)||The Waterloo Wellington LHIN is a crown agency of the government of Ontario, funded by the Ministry and Health and Long-Term Care. Invests $1.1 billion annually in local health services to support the health needs of residents across Waterloo Wellington.|
|Sup. Description||Over the past decade, the Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) has worked to significantly improve the quality and availability of local health care. Now, they’re focused on making it easier. Easier for you to be healthy. Easier for residents to get the care and support you need. Easier for you and your family to live the healthiest lives possible.
Connects people with care, at home and in the community, and better connects their health system together to improve their care experience.
This includes hospital care, long-term care, mental health & addictions, home & community care, community support services, and primary care (your family doctor or nurse practitioner).
Home and community care services help people avoid hospitalization, or return home quicker after being in hospital to recuperate in the comfort of their own homes. When living at home is no longer possible, helps with admission into long-term care.
Home and community care staff develop an individualized care plan and co-ordinate services such as nursing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and personal support for you when you are recovering from illness or injury, and for those who are living with chronic illness or disability. Works to ensure that the right care is available at the right time and place.
Can also link you to other local health and support services, which may include transportation, meal programs or day programs. There may be a nominal fee for these support services.
Anyone can call: self-referral, a caregiver, a family member, friend, physician or other health care professionals.
|Hours||Mon-Sun 8:30 am-8:30 pm (by Phone) * Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm (office hours) * staff is also located within local hospitals|
|Areas Served||Waterloo Region ; Wellington County|
|Eligibility||People who are recovering from illness or injury, and those who are living with chronic illness or disability|
|Application||People must meet eligibility criteria in order to access publicly-funded health services. There may be wait times for some services. Please call for more information.|
|Languages||English ; French ; Interpretive Services - Can access if needed|
|Legal Status||(50) Non Profit|
|Service Categories||Long Term Care Coordination Centres ; Personal Care|