Follow the career path of a nursing graduate from school through to becoming a Community Care Access Centre Case Manager five years later.
With previous experience in oncology and palliative care, Amy was drawn to explore more hands-on opportunities to connect with patients.
Meigan is a capable intermediary between diverse parties – healthcare providers, school personnel, parents and children alike.
The variety of Megan’s work involves a significant amount of independence and responsibility.
When Julie describes her typical workday, it’s obvious that balance doesn’t mean boring.
For Eric, a career as a Care Coordinator at CCAC was a natural choice.
Community work helped Tanya recognize that her particular interests made her an excellent fit for a Care Coordinator role with CCAC.
A Q&A with Brittany Hudson, Human Resources Administrator of Staffing and Recruitment at the Champlain Community Care Access Centre in Ottawa.
Leanne Buck, MSW, worked at a youth shelter, in mental health and children’s aid – and in retail – before become a Care Coordinator at the Toronto Central CCAC.
Tamara Samuels is a recent Humber College nursing graduate who now works as a Case Manager at the Central West Community Care Access Centre in Brampton, Ont.
York University health studies grad Maricris Fernandez has been a team assistant at the Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) in downtown Toronto for the last two years.
Meghan Loshaw, a recruitment specialist in human resources at the Central East Community Care Access Centre in Whitby, Ont., explains how recent grads can become case managers/care coordinators.