Community Paramedicine at Clinic (CP@clinic) is an innovative, evidence-based chronic disease prevention, management, and health promotion program that seeks to:

Improve older adults’ health and quality of life, and reduce their social isolation
Better connect older adults with primary care and community resources
Reduce the economic burden of avoidable 911 calls by older adults

Lives Improved

"When the CP@clinic paramedics come, you sit down and talk to them, and you find out it’s not something you needed to go to the hospital for... you get peace of mind"
~ Quote from CP@clinic Participant

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Paramedic Services

To date, 33 paramedic services across Ontario are running CP@clinic. Program expansion across Ontario and Canada is in progress!

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CP@clinic Sites

Current CP@clinic locations include 184 subsidized housing buildings. Shelters coming soon!

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Brant, Chatham-Kent, Essex-Windsor, Frontenac, Grey, Guelph, Halton, Hamilton, Hastings, Hearst, Iroquois Falls, Matheson, Norfolk, Peel, Simcoe, Sudbury, Timmins and York Region

Dr. Gina Agarwal and the McMaster Community Paramedicine Research Team were awarded Health Care Policy Contribution Program (HCPCP) funding by Health Canada to expand the innovative Community Paramedicine at Clinic (CP@clinic) program with paramedic services across Canada.

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Social Feed

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is June 15. It is an official @UN day acknowledging the significance of #elderabuse as a public health and a human rights issue.

#WEAAD2024 #AgeWithAttitude

Dr. @GinaAgarwall, Dr. @evelienspelten from @latrobe, and Stu Woolley @Northernmedic from @BC_EHS are at #IRCP presenting on the scalability and replicability of the CP@clinic program in British Columbia 🇨🇦 and Australia 🇦🇺


Excited to host Dr. Evelien Spelten from @latrobe University, Australia! Grateful for the opportunity to exchange ideas on @CPatclinic scaleup in Australia and enhance our research efforts together! #BrighterWorld

Program Impact