Bramalea Community Health Centre is seeking Community Members for its Board of Directors
January 22, 2012
BCHC is a nonprofit, values based organization that provides health promotion and prevention programs, primary health care and works with local residents and other agencies to increase community capacity. Innovative client centered services are delivered through the use of interdisciplinary teams. BCHC is committed to providing inclusive, accessible and sustainable programs and services to a diversely rich community through its service delivery philosophy, Open Focused Care (OFC). OFC is based on four pillars: Advanced Access, Anti Oppression, Asset Based and Fluid and Mobile. BCHC is seeking individuals with a passion and commitment towards innovation and an inclusive workplace that respects and values the diversity of every individual.
We are seeking individuals with experience and interest in:
- Fund Development
- Clinical Practice
- Human Resources
- Community Development
Potential Board Members must be willing to participate in and adhere to Bramalea CHC Values.
To receive an information package or to inquire further please contact:
Mayo Hawco, Executive Director
(905) 451.8090 x220
Please visit www.bramaleachc.ca
Four Corners Health Centre Opens April 2012!
January 18, 2012
Bramalea Community Health Centre is pleased to announce the opening of Four Corners Health Centre in April 2012 at Brandon Gate Plaza.
Four Corners Health Centre will offer community programs, health prevention and promotion and a robust diabetes education program. The Four Corners team will comprise of a physician, nurse practitioner, registered nurse, physiotherapist, chiropodist and social worker. The team will also include community health educators, a health promoter and a dedicated Francophone health promoter.
Four Corners is currently registering new patients
Please call or email us for information or to register
And keep visiting mymalton.ca for updates and announcements.
Mississauga News: Malton health centre to open in April
January 16, 2012
After more than seven years of waiting, Malton residents will finally be able to access primary healthcare at their own community health centre (CHC) starting in April. The provincial government delivered $700,000 in late December as a first installment of capital funding for the project. Read article