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Multifamily Group Therapy (MFT) is an intensive outpatient therapy that brings families who are coping with an eating disorder (ED) together to learn from and support each other. At Southlake, we rely primarily on the MFT model as practiced by Pennie Fairbairn and...Read More
Southlake@home is a first initiative of its kind in Ontario, a “bundled community” approach to integrated care. This is a population bundle versus disease states or surgical procedures. The bundled community approach addresses all people with medical, social...Read More
Artichoke Rounds is an innovative and creative initiative developed at Southlake Regional Health Centre. It was envisioned as a mechanism to shift culture towards a culture of caring as an organization that learns from error. Artichoke Rounds is a conduit to maximize...Read More
Working in partnership with the Community Care Access Centre, the 'Steps to Home' program facilitates the safe and timely discharge of patients from acute care facilities. This initiative prepares patients and families for the day of discharge, so they are...Read More
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