Aboriginal Health Transition Fund

SCROLL DOWN TO DOWNLOAD THE BABY FRIENDLY POLICY, AHTF REPORTS AND OTHER DELIVERABLES PRODUCED THROUGH THE AHTF PROJECTS. The AHTF project has now ended.

There has been growing recognition that closing the gap in health status between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Canadians requires coordinated efforts by all involved in Aboriginal health (read more).

To this end, the Kanesatake Health Center has accessed funding for the implementation of two AHTF Projects, the CULTURAL ADAPTATION OF PRE-HOSPITAL, IN-HOSPITAL AND POST-HOSPITAL SERVICES AND LIAISON FOR KANESATAKE Project and the ASSESSING, ENHANCING AND INTEGRATING HEALTH SERVICES FOR KANESATAKE Project.

Note: Over the course of the next couple of weeks, this page will be updated to show the actual outcomes of the AHTF projects.

Pre-hospital, In-hospital and Post-hospital ModelPre-hospital, In-hospital and Post-hospital ModelThe PIP Model for care ensures a continuum of care for Kanehsatakehro:non.
When they see the sticker on your medical card, staff at the local hospital and CLSC will know to access the Communication Binder that contains information in English, French and Mohawk.  The binder also contains information on how to access transportation to get community members back home and who to call for follow up at the health center.

Pick up your sticker at the health center today! 

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Baby-Friendly Breastfeeding Policy KHC 170.61 KB
Baby Friendly Policy Poster369.85 KB
Summary Booklet of gaps report665.54 KB
Gaps Report September 20101.43 MB
A plan for implementation of recommendations.pdf211.53 KB
Implementation plan part 2.pdf129.21 KB
Terms of Reference for Steering Committee AHTF133.04 KB
ECH Advisory Committee Terms of Reference105.9 KB
Post-op documents in English1.27 MB
Other documents for communication binder522.99 KB
Post-hospital decision chart315.12 KB
Transportation decision chart139.88 KB
Sustainability Plan 2011-2013260.13 KB
AHTF Adaptation Project Evaluation Report382.07 KB
AHTF Integration Evaluation Report383.64 KB