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Primary Care Advisors will meet Primary Care Providers in their office to keep them informed about new programs and initiatives. They can also support Primary Care with system navigation challenges.

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Region Primary Care Advisor



Halton Hills & Milton Kristen Raiskums
Oakville Michelle Gregory-Brooks
North West Mississauga Shellie Diplock
East Mississauga Jennifer Tran
South West Mississauga & South Etobicoke Judith Van-Veldhuysen


Canadian Physician Health Institute

The Canadian Physician Health Institute (CPHI) is a national program and a collaboration between the Canadian Medical Association (CMA), the Canadian Medical Foundation (CMF) and the Provincial and Territorial Medical Associations (PTMAs). The CPHI brings the national and coordinated approach aimed at integrating existing resources. The Institute works collaboratively with a wide range of national health organizations to:

  • Promote physician and wellness
  • Help partners connect, share information and build knowledge; and
  • Increase our collective capacity to address issues associated with physician mental health in Canada

Click here for more information on the Canadian Physician Health Institute

Physician Self-Care

A central location for physician self-care resources, and a monthly mindfulness group and, eight week Mindfullness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program for physicians only.

Retiring, looking for a locum or to expand your practice group, find resources here:

Health Force Ontario

Kim Wilhelm, Health Force Ontario Regional Advisor
Tel: 647-267-4426 | Email:

Ontario Medical Association

Thinking of Winding Down A Practice, learn how to with this OMA guide.


ONLINE COURSE – Suicide: Facing the Difficult Topic Together – Empowering Physicians, Instilling Hope in Patients September 11, 2017 @ 12:00 am - May 30, 2018 @ 12:00 am Event Navigation Course Available until May 30, 2018. Register Here Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to: Evaluate the level of risk for suicide and determine how best to intervene. Understand the prevalence of, and which groups are at high-risk for suicide in Canada. Build trust with your patient and gain the confidence needed to have a conversation with a patient about suicide. Understand some of the tools and resources available to support the identification of the risk of suicide among your patients, and how to better offer that follow-up support. Understand the responsibility of a family physician when addressing the concern of suicide and how to have conversations about suicide with patients.
OntarioMD’s new online Privacy and Security Training Module and privacy resources is available on This educational training module has had the input and support of the CMPA, the CPSO, the OMA, and eHealth Ontario along with feedback from the IPC and the Ministry. For physicians completing the training, it also offers CME credits. The Privacy and Security Training Module is open to all Ontario physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, office managers / Executive Directors, non-IT administrative staff, IT administrative staff, clinic manager, quality improvement / data analysis staff (i.e., QIDSS), dieticians, mental health / social workers, pharmacists and other allied health professionals. Physicians and Office Managers can also sponsor their staff to complete the training through OntarioMD’s portal.