Peer surveyors from across Canada will be onsite at all of PHC’s acute and residential, ambulatory clinics, administrative sites and select community dialysis clinics in November 20-24, 2017 to evaluate our everyday activities and services against national standards of excellence.
Everyone has a community – the people we help, and the people we depend on for help. But if you became ill and couldn’t speak for yourself, would your community know your wishes? Do they know who would speak for you? April 16th, National Advance Care Planning Day, is the perfect time to think about these things.
PHC’s inaugural Quality Improvement Challenge has officially begun! The QI challenge is a six-month professional development program designed for PHC staff and care providers who want to learn to use the PHC Quality Improvement (QI) Framework to make lasting improvements in their work area.
Fundamental to the care we provide at Providence is respect for our patients, residents and clients, and a desire to ensure that their preferences about how they want to be treated govern everything we do.