Ontario Health Insurance
A resident of Ontario must have a health card to show that he or she is entitled to health care services paid for by OHIP. The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care pays for a wide range of services, however, it does not pay for services that are not medically necessary, such as cosmetic surgery.
Ontario Ministry of Health
The ministry is responsible for administering the health care system and providing services to the Ontario public through such programs as health insurance, drug benefits, assistive devices, care for the mentally ill, long-term care, home care, community and public health, and health promotion and disease prevention.
Blue Cross Plans, Ontario
Ontario Blue Cross is a member of the Canadian Association of Blue Cross Plans in Canada. Operating in Ontario, we provide residents of our province with quality supplementary health and travel products.
Find a Dentist !
Oral health care is a personalized service that requires a good relationship between the dentist and the patient. Here are some ways to find a dentist in your area.
Find a Doctor !
Health care is a personalized service that requires a good relationship between the doctor and the patient. Here are some ways to find a doctor in your area.
Regional District Health Council
District Health Councils work together with the people who provide health services, and the people who use them, to create plans for the various parts of the health system. This gives DHCs an overview of the local health system, which assists them in doing local system planning.
Community Care Centre, of Wellington-Dufferin
The CCAC provides: information on and referral to community health services. Services for the elderly, people with disabilities, and those who are seriously ill, to help them stay in the comfort of their own homes for as long as possible. Services for children in schools and at home who have special medical needs. Specialty service areas including palliative care, pediatrics, and community mental health services application and admission to, and information on long-term care facilities and Adult Day Programs.
Guelph General Hospital
GGH is a dynamic, comprehensive acute care facility providing a full range of services to the residents of Guelph and Wellington County. Services include 24-hour emergency coverage, advanced technology and diagnostic support, and specialty programs such as orthopaedics, cardiac care, obstetrics, gynaecology and paediatrics.
St Joseph's Health Centre
We serve Guelph and Wellington County as leaders in Long Term Care, Complex Continuing Care and Rehabilitation and contribute to improved knowledge and innovative service delivery through education and research.
Aids Committee of Guelph and Wellington
Provides service in the area of HIV/AIDS, in Guelph and Wellington County, through innovative health promotion strategies and community partnerships.
Community Mental Health Clinic
a community based clinic providing services to those who have serious mental health problems, those who are developmentally challenged and those who are at risk for developmental delay.
Homewood Health Centre
Homewood is a 312-bed, privately owned, publicly funded health care facility located on 47 scenic acres on the banks of the Speed River.
Mood Disorders Support Group of Guelph
educate patients, families, professionals and the public about the nature of depressive and manic-depressive illnesses as treatable medical diseases.
The Joyologist Inc.
JOYology is a new revolutionary field of study of extremely healthy, happy, grateful and optimistic individuals who have learned to celebrate life in all the circumstances of daily living.
Wellington-Dufferin Mental Health Resources
List of Mental Health Resources in the Guelph area.
Do you or someone you know have a disability ? Here is a collection of links to helpful and informative web sites.
Health Associations in Canada
Extensive list of Health Related Associations.
Canada Health Act is to ensure that all eligible residents of Canada have reasonable access to medically necessary insured services on a prepaid basis, without direct charges at the point of service.
Health Care in Canada
Health Care is availabe to all Canadians as established by the Federal Government's Canada Health Act. Health Care Insurance plans have basic similarities across the country including coverage of medically necessary hospital services and the services of a physician, however, any further coverage varies from province to province based on additional provincial funding.