On November 22, 2016, Kingston’s concerned citizens came together with local doctors, specialists, politicians, community leaders, and other health professionals at a first of its kind health event.
This Spring, on May 15, Ontario's premiere patient advocacy event returns home: Health City 2018!
In 2011, she opened her own family medicine practice and enjoys providing care for her patients at the Williamsville Medical Clinic. In her spare time, Sarah can be found taking photographs, playing ultimate Frisbee or planning her next trip.
Dr. Janet McCullough
Our Team is expanding every day.
Health City Ontario derives from a belief in the principles of the Canada Health Act and the power and value of grass roots consultation in our universally accessible, publicly funded healthcare system. Our priority is to engage the public and care providers in order to effect change in the interest of acquiring timely, consistent and reliable access to healthcare for Ontario citizens.Dr. Joy Hataley
Raise awareness for patients, providers, politicians and media of the many real challenges faced today in accessing health care in Kingston and the Southeast LHIN (Local Health Integrated Network). Educate, inform and engage our community on Bill 41 and ensure at its enactment it is written and empowered to benefit the health of all Ontarians.The Health City Team