We are pleased to welcome the London Health Sciences Center to the Acute Care Enhanced Surveillance (ACES) system. They are the first of 11 hospitals in their network to complete technical integration. Together, these hospitals represent a significant contribution to provincial surveillance coverage, and we thank each of our new partners for their participation and support.
Application Developer, Jason Price worked in collaboration with the Environmental Health Division of KFL&A Public Health to create Know Before You Go. Know Before You Go is a application gives the public access to health inspection records for restaurants, public pools and spas and, personal service settings. The application officially launched October 05, 2015.
Humber River Hospital is now live in ACES! With this addition, ACES now covers 15 acute care hospitals in Toronto. Together these hospitals add to the comprehensive public health surveillance for the City of Toronto and will be of great value to surveillance activities during the upcoming 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games.
North York General Hospital is now live in ACES! With the addition of both the General Site and Branson Site of North York General Hospital, ACES now covers 14 acute care hospitals in Toronto. Together these hospitals add to the comprehensive public health surveillance for the City of Toronto and will be of great value to surveillance activities during the … Read More
With the recent additions of Ross Memorial Hospital and the two hospital sites for Haliburton Highlands Health Services, the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit is now the 26th health unit participating in the ACES system. The addition of these three acute care hospitals enables public health surveillance of emergency department visits and admissions in this region and assists … Read More
ACES coverage in the GTA continues to grow with the recent addition of The Hospital for Sick Children onto the system. Â With 12 Toronto hospitals now participating in ACES, there is capacity for comprehensive public health surveillance of acute care visits in the City of Toronto. The data provided by these hospitals enhances our ability to monitor for public health … Read More
The ACES project continues to expand into Eastern Ontario.Â Carleton Place and District Memorial Hospital, Queensway Carleton Hospital, and Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital have all officially become connected to the ACES system. With these additions, two new Health Units are now also participating in ACES â€“ Ottawa Public Health and Renfrew County and District Health Unit. The addition of … Read More
The first ever ACES Advisory Council meeting took place on October 27, 2014. Members of the Council include representatives from Public Health Ontario, local public health units, hospitals, the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, and the South East LHIN. The ACES Advisory Council will be invaluable for guiding the current and future directions of ACES and we thank … Read More
Progress with the ACES project continues to grow as Toronto East General Hospital officially became connected to the system earlier this week. Toronto East General Hospital is now the 11th hospital in Toronto to participate in ACES. Together these hospitals contribute to comprehensive public health surveillance of acute care visits for the City of Toronto and improve our ability to … Read More
The ACES project continues to expand with the recent addition of Sault Area Hospital onto the surveillance system. Sault Area Hospital is now the forth hospital in the Algoma district to participate in the project, adding to existing partners Blind River District Health Centre, Lady Dunn Health Centre, and St. Josephâ€™s General Hospital. With the addition of Sault Area Hospital, … Read More
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