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Quality Improvement Plan

The Quality Improvement plan identifies key quality initiatives currently underway throughout Lady Dunn Health Centre and the performance indicators associated with them. It is one of many tools that supports LDHC's Integrated Quality Management Program and the organizations vision to provide excellent health care for every one, every day.

Hospital

2020-2021 Quality Improvement Plan - Complete Report (» Email us for a copy)

2019-2020 Quality Improvement Plan - Complete Report (» Email us for a copy)

2018-2019 Quality Improvement Plan / Targets and Initiatives (» Email us for a copy)

2017-2018 Quality Improvement Plan (» Email us for a copy)
2017-2018 Targets and Initiatives (» Email us for a copy)
2017-2018 Progress Report (» Email us for a copy)

2016-2017 Quality Improvement Plan (» Email us for a copy)
2016-2017 Targets and Initiatives (» Email us for a copy)
2016-2017 Progress Report (» Email us for a copy)

Long Term Care

2020-2021 Quality Improvement Plan - Complete Report (» Email us for a copy)

2019-2020 Quality Improvement Plan (» Email us for a copy)

2018-2019 Quality Improvement Plan / Targets and Initiative (» Email us for a copy)

2017-2018 Quality Improvement Plan (» Email us for a copy)
2017-2018 Targets and Initiatives (» Email us for a copy)
2017-2018 Progress Report (» Email us for a copy)

2016-2017 Quality Improvement Plan (» Email us for a copy)
2016-2017 Targets and Initiatives (» Email us for a copy)
2016-2017 Progress Report (» Email us for a copy)

The Excellent Care for All Act, which received royal assent in June 2010, requires hospitals to develop an annual Quality Improvement Plan (QIP). This plan reaffirms Lady Dunn Health Centre's commitment to accountability and transparency.

To find out more information about the Excellent Care for All Act please visit www.ontario.ca/excellentcare.

Accredited with Commendation

The Lady Dunn Health Centre received Accreditation with Commendation. This designation is awarded to organizations that go beyond the requirements for Accreditation Canada and who are committed to quality improvement. Please email us for a copy of the report.

Accreditation Canada is an independent organization that sets standards for quality and safety in health care and accredits health organization in Canada and around the world. The accreditation process is an essential part of ensuring that the care that the Lady Dunn Health Centre provides to patients meets or exceeds national standards and encourages continual improvement.

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