Media alert - Canadian Health Leaders Summit: report on crumbling hospital infrastructure & focus on adolescent mental illness

CHARLOTTETOWN, June 16, 2015 /CNW/ - More than 700 hospital and health policy experts will tackle some of the most pressing challenges facing Canadian healthcare organizations.



HealthCareCAN and the Canadian College of Health Leaders are co-presenting The National Health Leadership Conference. Participants will discuss ways to halt Canada's drop in world healthcare rankings and get the right healthcare priorities back on the federal agenda.


PEI Convention Centre, Delta Prince Edward, 18 Queen Street,

Charlottetown, PEI



  • Transforming adolescent mental healthcare: An Ontario centre presents findings of an innovative new program for teens. The results? Decreased wait times and length of stay, better follow-up, and increased levels of patient/family satisfaction. Press release:

  • Crumbling hospital infrastructure: Serious infrastructure failings are already happening at a number of Canadian facilities. The total repair backlog is in the billions of dollars. How is this affecting care, and what sort of funding solutions are needed? Press release:



For further information: Elissa Freeman (Toronto), 416.565-5605; Jennifer Tiller (Ottawa), 613.290.2473; Robyn McIsaac (Atlantic), 902.440.1551


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