Patient journeys

Upcoming changes to our health system will improve the way people access care across our health system. Below are a number of examples of what care looks like today and how it will look once the changes across the system have been completed.

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Mr. J is a 47 year old man who presents to Misericordia urgent care centre with entrance complaint of severe lower back pain with anxiety and a motor vehicle accident in 2005.

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Mr. K is a 75 year old man who presents to Grace Hospital at 5 p.m. on a Saturday with vague but moderate abdominal pain.

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Mr. R graphic

Mr. R has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Dementia.

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Mrs. H graphic

Mrs. H lives alone and receives home care for a bath once a week as she is at risk for falls accessing her bath tub.

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Mrs. N is a 38 year old female who presents to the emergency department with entrance complaint of shortness of breath.

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Mrs. T graphic

Mrs. T is a 60 year old woman. One evening she notices what appear to be flashing lights in the corner of her right eye.

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Ms. S. is brought to Concordia Hospital emergency department by her family and they report recent changes in her behaviour, personality and she is now incontinent of urine.

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