Four Grey County Paramedics will receive the Ontario Award for Paramedic Bravery at a ceremony Thursday evening at Queen’s Park in Toronto. In total, the Province is honouring 21 paramedics across the province.
On April 20, 2016 Grey County received confirmation from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care that funding will continue for community paramedicine until March 31, 2017.
On April 19, Grey County launched a new online tool making it easier for parents and guardians to find and apply for child care.
Do you have access to affordable, high-speed Internet? Grey County needs your feedback to help plan investments and service improvements in this critical infrastructure.
On April 5 Grey County Council discussed possible solutions to the challenges facing Rockwood Terrace, the County-owned long-term care home in Durham. Rockwood Terrace is an older building and requires significant updates by the year 2025 to meet Ministry Standards.
Grey County and Home and Community Support Services Grey Bruce (HCSS) have launched a coordinated rural transportation pilot to help seniors and people with disabilities find affordable transit.
Patients of the Enhancing Paramedicine in the Community (EPIC) study are continuing to express their support for community paramedicine as the 15-month trial in Grey County comes to a close this month.