MISSISSAUGA, ON, Jan. 7, 2014 /CNW/ - Closing the Gap Healthcare Group (CTGHG) today announced that it has been selected as the successful respondent by the Capital District Health Authority (CDHA) & Nova Scotia Department of Health & Wellness to provide additional home support services (PSW/CCA) to eligible Nova Scotian households across Halifax.
CTGHG has partnered with Always Home Homecare in Dartmouth, which will provide front line support and facilitation of services to enhance the service delivery experience to Nova Scotians.
The CDHA anticipates the launch of this program in early January 2014.
"It is a pleasure and a privilege to work alongside Always Home Homecare to provide the highest quality care to the residents of Nova Scotia," said Connie Clerici, President & CEO of Closing the Gap Healthcare Group.
"We at Always Home Homecare are thrilled to be part of this exciting opportunity, and look forward to delivering the finest homecare to the clients in Halifax," said Georgia Lloyd, President of Always Home Homecare.
ABOUT CLOSING THE GAP HEALTHCARE GROUP
Closing the Gap Healthcare Group is a fully accredited organization that provides community and clinic‐based nursing, support, and rehabilitation services to over 250,000 residents in Ontario and Nova Scotia.
Over 850 staff members provide compassionate, high quality care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Their range of professional and support services are available to all age groups across Ontario whenever and wherever they are needed—in homes, schools, workplaces, long‐term care homes, hospitals and clinics.
For more information about Closing the Gap Healthcare Group, visit www.closingthegap.ca
ABOUT ALWAYS HOME HOMECARE
Always Home Homecare is a Nova Scotian owned and operated organization founded in 2006. It was founded andcontinues to operate based on quality and the belief that treating staff with respect is fundamental in ensuring excellence and client care.
Always Home Homecare delivers quality services to clients in the comfort of their own home and other care settings. Theystrive to empower staff to care for clients with dignity and respect to fulfill its mandate of keeping clients in their home aslong as possible.
For more information about Always Home Homecare, visit www.alwayshomecare.ca.
SOURCE: Closing the Gap Healthcare Group
For further information:
Erin Banghart, HBSc
Business Development, Project Coordinator, Closing the Gap Healthcare Group
100-2810 Matheson Blvd. E., Mississauga, ON, L4W 4X7
Phone: 905-306-0202 ׀ [email protected]