You are invited to attend the Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Networks’ inaugural State of the Health System Address!
Over the past decade, we have worked hard with health, community, business and tech & innovation partners to significantly improve the quality and availability of care in our local health system. As we move forward, our focus is on making it easier for residents to be healthy and to access the care and support they need when they need it.
Join us to learn more about the progress our health system has made over the past year, and learn about our plan to improve the patient experience in the year to come.
Thought leaders, community and health system partners as well as Waterloo Wellington LHIN leadership and staff will be present to network with guests.
Space is limited. Please RSVP to reserve your spot.
Fri, 29 September 2017, 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM EDT
The Tannery Building: 151 Charles Street West, Kitchener, ON N2G 1H6
Parking: Parking available at the tannery and in the adjacent City of Kitchener lot.
A light breakfast will be served. Venue accessible.
7:00am: Doors open
7:15am – 8:00am: Light breakfast and refreshments/networking
8:00am: State of the Health System Address: Presented by Bruce Lauckner, CEO of the WWLHIN
MOUNT FOREST LOCATION
September 29th 2:00p.m. in Mount Forest
Community Hall at the Mount Forest & District Sports Complex
850 Princess St, Mount Forest, ON N0G 2L3
Join us for coffee and a famous Wellington County butter tart.
2:00 pm: Doors open
2:00–2:30 pm: Coffee and Butter Tarts
2:30 pm: State of the Health System Address
Presented by Bruce Lauckner, CEO of the WWLHIN
3:00 - 4:00 pm: Networking
WHO WE ARE
The Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network connects you with care, at home and in the community, and better connects your health system together to improve your care experience.
As a crown agency of the Government of Ontario, we invest $1.1 billion annually in local health services to improve the health and wellbeing of the almost 800,000 residents we serve across Waterloo Wellington (Waterloo Region, Wellington County, the City of Guelph, and the southern part of Grey County).