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Improving Knowledge.

Improving Health.

Welcome to WWRCC

 

The Regional Coordination Centre (RCC) is a coordination and referral centre to streamline access to care in the region of Waterloo Wellington.  Our program is publically funded through the Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network (WWLHIN) and hosted by Langs in Cambridge. The RCC is a part of the system-wide coordinated access (SCA) strategy to improve access to care which is led by the eHealth Centre of Excellence

 

 

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Latest News

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  • Orthopedic Assessment Clinics now open in WW

    Friday, October 26, 2018


    Hip and Knee Assessment Centres now open in Waterloo Wellington

     

  • Faster Access for Hip and Knee Assessment

    Friday, May 04, 2018


    Read more about how Ontario is supporting access for individuals needing hip and knee assessment

     

  • MOHLTC announces Program for Hip, Knee and Low Back Pain

    Monday, December 18, 2017


    The Ontario MOHLTC announced funding to support programs for Hip, Knee and Low Back Pain

     

  • Wait Time Information

    Friday, August 11, 2017


    New provincial site to see wait-times in the province

     

  • Links to Other Referrals

    Friday, August 11, 2017


    Quick Link to other referrals in the region of Waterloo Wellington

     

  • eReferral Launch

    Thursday, August 10, 2017


    eReferral for referrals to Diabetes and to Orthopedic Surgeons is now available in Waterloo Wellington region.

     

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Central Intake Services

 

Diabetes

 

Diabetes

This program provides a central location to send referrals to diabetes education programs and diabetes specialist consults.

 

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Orthopedic

 

Orthopedic

This program provides a central location to send referrals for consult with an orthopedic surgeon.

 

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Self-Management Program

 

Self-Management

This program coordinates workshops for individuals with chronic diseases throughout the region.

 

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