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Moving Forward With Stroke - Goderich
2:00 pm to 3:30 pm / Goderich: Harbor Hills Retirement Community / A drop-in support group for adult stroke survivors and caregivers!
23/11/2018
Blood Donor Clinic - Clinton
2:30 pm to 7:30 pm / Central Huron Community Complex
Your blood type determines who you can donate to, or receive blood from. People with type O negative (O-) are considered universal donors, as they can donate red blood cells to all other blood type recipients. That’s why it’s always in high demand — it’s used in emergency situations when there is no time to test a patient’s blood type. Source: Canadian Blood Services
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HPHA Looks to the Future

May 8, 2018

Compassion, Accountability and Integrity while perhaps just words on paper, they will be brought to life in the Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance's (HPHA) recently approved Commitments to Our Communities 2018 – 2021. As a cornerstone to the HPHA's roadmap for the future, these values will define every interaction in which the organization and its team members are involved.

“The Board is very excited to be sharing this with the community,” says John Wolfe, HPHA Board Chair. “The Commitments to Our Communities appropriately identifies the organization's priorities over the next three years, and will ensure that our attention is squarely focused on what will ensure the availability of safe, accessible, high quality care now and into the future.”

Shaped around a relentless commitment to supporting people, developing positive partnerships and exceeding performance expectations, the roadmap will guide the Board of Directors' decision-making and will ensure that the HPHA continues to innovate for the future. The Commitments to Our Communities builds on the momentum and successes from previous strategic plans and takes into account the ever-changing healthcare landscape in which the organization operates.

“The specific commitments and resulting goals and objectives in place throughout the HPHA reflect the Board of Directors' belief in the importance of strong relations with staff, physicians, volunteers, patients, funders, unions, system partners, associations, and communities, and will be crucial to our ability to continue to provide the very best patient and staff focused care,” adds Wolfe.

The new HPHA Values, Mission, Vision and re-stated Guiding Principles will provide a framework to focus expertise, address priorities, cultivate excellence, champion collaboration and enhance service delivery now and into the future.

Click here to view HPHA's Commitments to Our Communities