Under the direction of the Home and Community Care Manager, the Community Care Coordinator assesses client needs and determines eligibility for services according to government and local program guidelines. For those who are eligible, establishes and implements a multi-disciplinary plan of care and coordinates the services with community, hospitals, institutions, schools and the District on an ongoing basis. The Community Care Coordinator assists clients in accessing placement services and medical supplies and plans for alternate care when clients are not eligible for services.
May 26, 2018
June 29, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.
One Full Time (1.0 FTE) Position
Interested candidates are asked to submit their application by email, quoting competition number, to:
Human Resources, North West Local Health Integration Network
Email: email@example.com | Fax: (807) 344-5639
The LHIN is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all suitable qualified persons. We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Individuals with a disability requiring accommodation during the application and/or the interview process should advise the recruitment contact so arrangements can be made.
The North West LHIN is a non-profit organization established in June 2005. Extending from Hudson Bay in the North to the United States border, and from the Manitoba border to just west of White River, the communities of the North West LHIN are spread across 458,010 kilometres.
We work with health care providers, communities and the public to set priorities and plan health services in Northwestern Ontario. We will oversee the integration and coordination of local health services to make it easier for clients/patients to access the care they need. The North West LHIN is also responsible for allocating funding for the following health services in Northwestern Ontario:
The North West LHIN is about improving the quality and accessibility of health care for all residents of Northwestern Ontario through better integration and coordination of health services. It is based on the principle that health care services are best planned at the local level, by people who know the needs and priorities of their communities.