Toronto General Hospital. Ambulatory Care Committee

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Toronto General Hospital. Ambulatory Care Committee

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The Ambulatory Care Committee was created by the Medical Advisory Board in 1969 to replace the Emergency Committee and the University Clinics Committee. The Ambulatory Care Committee was to oversee all ambulatory care affairs in the hospital with membership providing representation from the various departments and services involved in ambulatory care. The Committee discussed matters such as care for patients in the emergency department of the hospitals and the administration of university and community health clinics. Dr. D.A. Stinson (1969-19-?) served as the first chair of the committee.

In 1976 the Medical Advisory Board created an Ad Hoc Committee for Ambulatory Planning which was to study the detailed planning for an Ambulatory Care facility. Dr. W.S. Goodman served as first chair of the Committee (1976-19-?).


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Toronto General Hospital. Medical Advisory Board (1876 - 1987)

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The Ambulatory Care Committee and the Ad Hoc Committee for Ambulatory Planning both reported to the TGH Medical Advisory Board.

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Last updated: June 5, 2014. Added to Archeion June 5, 2014.


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