Skip to main content

Community Partnerships

Connected care across Dufferin County
Our community cares together – offering a vibrant, strong and integrated approach to healing. We are proud to partner with incredible organizations across Dufferin County – here are just a few.

Dufferin County Paramedic Services
HHCC is the license holder of the Dufferin County Paramedic Service (DCPS) and has been a provider of land ambulance for more than 50 years. The Service operates with 3 stations: Headquarters located in Orangeville and satellite stations in Shelburne and Grand Valley.

Dufferin County Paramedic Service responded to approximately 10,232 calls in 2018, with an average response time of 7:58. Dufferin County EMS is committed to improving and optimizing response times twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

The Dufferin County Paramedic Service provides defibrillation, symptom relief, and I.V. therapy on all vehicles. DCPS also has Advanced Care Paramedics on selected vehicles. Currently, more than 50% of our full-time Paramedics are certified at the Advanced Care level.

Hospice Dufferin
A non-profit community organization providing support for individuals and families that face a terminal illness and those who are grieving.

Hospice Dufferin is located at 30 Centre Street in Orangeville (open Monday to Friday 8:30AM - 4:30PM).

Support services are provided on a one-to-one basis by trained volunteers who work with patients and families in the community at their home. Hospice also offers a caregiver support group, children and adult bereavement groups and education programs.
HHCC also works in collaboration with Bethell Hospice and Central West Palliative Care Network.

Lord Dufferin Centre
Lord Dufferin Centre Retirement Residence is a family owned and operated, retirement home with 76 uniquely-designed private suites. Offering a host of on-site amenities and services including nursing, recreation, therapy and dietary services.

Surrounded by mature trees and serene pathways, Lord Dufferin Centre is located on the site of Orangeville’s first hospital, built in 1907. The Lord Dufferin Centre works with the hospital to provide beds that help people transition back to their home after a stay at the hospital.

Other retirement homes in the community include: Shelburne Residence, Bethsaida Retirement Home Bolton Mills Retirement Home and Chartwell Montgomery Village.

HHCC also works with several other long-term care organizations including: Avalon Care Centre, Dufferin Oaks Long-Term Care Home, The Davis Centre and King Nursing Home.

Other local partners in healing Connected care across the province
Working in partnership with provincial health care professionals and leaders, we can create and maintain access to the best possible care right here in Dufferin County. Our provincial partners include Health Quality Ontario, Cancer Care Ontario, Trillium Gift of Life and many more.