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Children’s Healthcare Canada is proud to represent health delivery organizations across the continuum of care, serving children and youth. Members of Children’s Healthcare Canada include large academic children’s hospitals, regional health authorities, rehabilitation hospitals, children’s treatment centres, community hospitals with paediatric services, and home care providers. Children’s Healthcare Canada members are united in their desire to provide the best health care services for children and youth.
Members of Children’s Healthcare Canada help shape a national dialogue focused on the healthcare priorities of children and youth. Members have access to a knowledge exchange network where health care providers and administrators connect to discuss and share common challenges, to share leading practices and to expand their own pan-Canadian network of child and youth health leaders.
Children’s Healthcare Canada is a not for profit, membership association that does not benefit from any direct government funding. We rely on membership fees, generous grants from our Children’s Hospital Foundations and sponsorship of corporate partners to fund our work.
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Leveraging the support and wisdom of membership, Children’s Healthcare Canada responds to pan-Canadian consultations, attends Parliamentary and Senate Committee meetings, and meets with federal bureaucrats to advance the health outcomes of children and youth.
Children’s Healthcare Canada members are called on to offer subject matter expertise to influence federal policy and legislation impacting children and youth.
Children’s Healthcare Canada facilitates networking virtually through Communities of Practice and Value Networks (NEW) and face to face at meetings and events including our National Conference.
As an internationally recognized knowledge broker, Children’s Healthcare Canada shares ideas, leading practices, data, research and tools with members through the Knowledge Exchange Network, a secure online member community.
Children’s Healthcare Canada members are entitled to full voting privileges and may include representatives from one or more of the following:
Health Sciences Centres
Regional Health Centres/Hospitals (District Health Centres/Hospitals)
Community Health Centres/Hospitals
Children's Treatment Centres/Rehabilitation Centres
Community Care Access Centres and
Providers of Home Care Services To Children And Youth
Associate/Reciprocal members are non-profit organizations that share a common interest in furthering the objectives of Children’s Healthcare Canada and whose objectives are consistent with those of the Association. Associate/Reciprocal members are entitled to all services and privileges afforded by Children’s Healthcare Canada and may serve on committees of the Association. Associate members are not entitled to vote. Associate members may, but need not be representative of one or more of the following:
National Professional Organizations
National Voluntary Organizations
Regional and National Networks
National Centres of Excellence and