History

The Ontario Long Term Care Clinicians is a not-for-profit organization founded in 2016 to provide advocacy, education, and membership services to Physicians, Medical Directors, Attending Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and Pharmacists and other providers working in long term care. OLTCC provides an annual conference – Practical Pearls in Long Term Care. The dates for the 2018 Conference are October 19 – 21. This conference is being held in Toronto, Ontario. For more information on the Conference, please click here...


Vision

All Ontarians in Long Term Care will receive excellent care.

Mission

Promotes education, advocacy and engagement. 

Provides an annual conference, “Long Term Care for the Practicing Clinician”. 

Advocates for the residents who living in LTC facilities through dialogue with the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care and other stakeholders in Long Term Care. 


Education Activities

OLTCC organizes the only annual clinical conference specifically designed for physicians and other practitioners working in LTC homes. 

The comprehensive Medical Director Curriculum covering quality improvement, medical direction, safety and risk management, ethics, and other topics relevant to the Medical Director role will be offered in April and October of 2018.  Click here for information and registration

Peer Support and Networking

The ability to network and discuss issues with peers working in LTC is a highly valued component of the annual conference and ongoing work of the OLTCC throughout the year. Our focus on evidence-based medical care for residents of LTC homes is particularly important with the ongoing transformation the sector is experiencing. 

Advocacy 

OLTCC represents its members at LTC stakeholder committees and working groups. Our presence helps inform government and LTC sector stakeholders on issues related to quality and system transformation, from the particular viewpoint of the primary care providers at the bedside.