Population Health

At Parkdale CHC we recognize that the health of individuals and communities are impacted by what we call the social determinants of health, for example poverty, social and geographic isolation, racism, sexism, heterosexism, transphobia, ageism, ableism, immigration status, language discrimination, mental illness, and other harmful forms of social exclusion and discrimination.

We recognize that a high performing health system should not just treat people when they are sick or injured but should work to prevent sickness, promote health and improve health for all.

Our many population health programs and services are designed to address these factors.