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Organization: Waterloo Wellington Integrated Wound Care Collaborative  
Phone Numbers: 519 883–5500 ext 2215
Toll-Free: 1-800-265-8338 ext 5161
Email: Lee-Ann.Murray@lhins.on.ca
Website: wwwoundcare.ca
Address:
c/o Waterloo Wellington LHIN
141 Weber St S
Waterloo, ON
N2J 2A9
Intersection: Union St E and Weber St S
Location: Waterloo
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Contacts: Lee-Ann Murray - Director, Patient Services
Waterloo Wellington LHIN
519-883-5500 ext 2215
Service Description: Supports the development of coordinated, high quality, evidenced-based care and the improvement of patient experience through the development of multidisciplinary pathways.

Patients, caregivers, acute care partners, complex continuing care/rehabilitation partners, long-term care partners, ambulatory clinic partners, community care partners and primary care partners are instrumental in the co-design of new approaches to high quality, evidence-based care delivery to improve patient experience.

A cross-sectorial approach enhances our coordinated efforts to better serve patients within our community who are dealing with complex wound healing issues, in a way that is safe, cost effective and based on individual needs.

Meeting: Meeting materials for the Integrated Wound Care Council and the Clinical Practice & Knowledge Translation Collaborative are housed in a central location online using the provincial healthchat website.  To access this website, please go to www.healthchat.ca. (for health care professionals only)
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Patients with a wound or at risk of developing a wound and health care professional
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Waterloo Wellington LHIN  
See Also: Wounds

This information was last completely updated on April 17, 2018

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Updated April 17, 2018
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The WWIWCP is a collaboration between health system partners across the continuum in the Waterloo Wellington LHIN including the acute care, complex continuing care, rehabilitation, long-term care, community care and primary care settings.