If you are interested in sponsoring the 2018 RPNAO 60th Anniversary Annual General Meeting and Conference,
please contact Alison Toscano by email or by phone at 905-415-2220 x257
- Diamond Sponsor: Johnson Inc.
- Platinum Sponsor: Baird MacGregor Insurance Brokers LLP
- Gold Sponsors: Unifor, SEIU, OCHU, Bayshore
- Silver Sponsors: Innomar, St. Elizabeth
- Exhibitors: HOOPP, Georgian, HPCO, OHPNA
As a member of the Registered Practical Nurses Association of Ontario (RPNAO), you can take advantage of Johnson Inc.’s Preferred Service Home-Auto Plan.
Johnson Inc. is a national provider of insurance and benefits. With origins dating back more than 125 years, Johnson Inc. has more than 1300 employees in over 70 locations across the country. The company prides itself on offering award-winning customer service and has been recognized as the world leader in customer relationship management. Headquartered in St. John’s, NL, Johnson Inc. is one of Canada’s leading and fastest growing providers of insurance.
Visit Johnson Inc. online at www.johnson.ca/rpnao or call 1-877-632-2965 for a no-obligation quote on your home or auto insurance. To ensure your savings, please provide our group ID code which is available either by speaking with a receptionist at RPNAO or found under the Members Only area of the website.
Baird MacGregor Insurance Brokers LP
Baird MacGregor, the RPNAO’s broker of choice, has been delivering a well-crafted comprehensive Professional Liability insurance program to RPNAO’s members since 1986. At Baird MacGregor, we are committed to accountability, consistency, innovation and excellence in all that we do. We have specialized in providing cost-effective insurance and unique risk management solutions since 1979 and are proud of our long standing partnership with the RPNAO.
The RPNAO membership includes Professional Liability Insurance protection for all members of the RPNAO, should they receive notification from the College of Nurses that they have committed a fault, error, omission or negligent act, while rendering health or social services, within the profession of nursing.
Every practicing nurse needs this insurance to help protect their career, as well as their assets and livelihoods. The value of having this insurance at any stage in your career as a nurse is crucial. Not only does this demonstrate professionalism, but it provides you with the peace of mind in knowing you are protected. As a member, subject to policy terms and conditions, you are covered everywhere that you may practice nursing in Ontario with insurance that exceeds the requirements of the College of Nurses.
For membership information please contact the RPNAO at 905-602-4664 / 1-877-602-4664. Brochures are available upon request.
Unifor - Ontario Health Care Council
On Labour Day 2013, we brought together two strong unions, the Canadian Auto Workers Union (CAW) and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union (CEP), to create a new union for a new era.
We formed Unifor as an act of hope, that together we could ensure that good jobs, economic progress, equality and social justice can be achieved for us and for our children.
Unifor is the largest private-sector union in the country, and yet one in every six of our 305,000 members is a public sector worker. Nearly 30,000 members work in health care in hospitals, long-term care facilities, emergency medical services, community services, social services and in home care.
Unifor represents workers in every sector of the Canadian economy, and our diversity is one of our strengths. That means that when we speak about issues that are important for health care, like renewing the national Health Accord, preserving and improving public hospital services, or fighting creeping privatization, we have support from a broad spectrum of Canadians who recognize the value of Medicare. Our entire union thanks you for the work you do and the contributions you make to provide us with a world class health care system.
SEIU Healthcare represents more than 60,000 healthcare and community service workers across Ontario. The union's members work in hospitals, homecare, nursing and retirement homes, and community services throughout the province. SEIU Healthcare has a strong track record of improving wages, benefits and working conditions for healthcare workers, supporting the training and development needs of its members, and strengthening standards in the management and delivery of patient and client care.
The Ontario Council of Hospital Unions (OCHU) is the hospital division of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), representing 34,000 staff at 120 hospital sites and long term care facilities across Ontario.
CUPE represents 70,000 hospital and long term care staff in Ontario and 150,000 nation- wide, making it Canada’s largest healthcare union.
The Ontario Council of Hospital Unions represents 10,000 Registered Practical Nurses working in Ontario hospitals and long term care facilities.
OCHU is very active in the promotion of high quality patient and resident care.
OCHU is currently campaigning on the issue of violence against healthcare staff. Together with Unifor, OCHU is asking the federal government to amend the Canadian Criminal Code to make assault against a healthcare worker a more criminal serious offence.
In partnership with the University of Stirling OCHU has sponsored focus groups of nurses and other hospital staff about the violence they have experienced at work. This study will be published in the fall. A study of violence against long term care staff will be published in the spring.
OCHU and CUPE are proud to partner with RPNAO to promote the skills and compassion of Ontario’s Registered Practical Nurses.
Bayshore HealthCare is one of the country’s leading providers of home and community health care services and is a Canadian-owned company. With over 100 locations across the country, including 65 home care offices, 13 pharmacies and 66 community care clinics, Bayshore has more than 13,000 staff members and provides care to over 350,000 clients. Its services are purchased by government care programs, insurance companies, workers’ compensation boards, health care organizations, the corporate sector and the public. The Bayshore brand extends across four business divisions: Bayshore Home Health (medical and non-medical home care and staffing services), Bayshore Home Care Solutions (home care services for government care programs), Bayshore Specialty Rx (specialty pharmacy, infusion and pharmaceutical patient support services), and Bayshore Therapy & Rehab (physiotherapy and rehabilitation services). The company’s goal is to enhance the quality of life, well-being, dignity and independence of Canadians of all ages. Bayshore HealthCare has been a recipient of Canada’s Best Managed Companies award since 2006.
At Innomar Strategies, we are united in our responsibility to create healthier futures. With over 140 clinics and more than 400 nurses across the country, we are the leading specialty patient support provider in Canada.
We partner closely with manufacturers, healthcare providers, pharmacies and payers to ensure patients have consistent and reliable access to specialty medication.
The patient is at the heart of everything we do. With our integrated approach and commitment to best-in-class care, Innomar Strategies helps navigate the patient journey to optimize healthier outcomes. Visit us at www.innomar-strategies.com.
‘Optimizing RPN Scope: A Collaborative Approach for Clients with Intravenous Infusion and Palliative Care Needs’
Saint Elizabeth is a national social enterprise providing home care, health solutions and education to people where they are and when they need it. With Canadian roots and more than 100 years of expertise, the not-for-profit charitable organization is accelerating health care innovation to support healthy lives globally. Through its team of 9,000 health leaders, Saint Elizabeth delivers 20,000 care exchanges daily, totaling 50 million in the last decade alone. Learn more at saintelizabeth.com or find us on social media.
Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan
The Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP) is a defined benefit pension plan. Our mission is to deliver on our pension promise to our more than 339,000 healthcare workers in Ontario.
As a defined benefit or DB plan, our pension is based on a formula. Members make regular contributions over the length of their career. When they retire, they receive a defined benefit: a monthly income based on how much they earned and how many years they contributed. Once members begin receiving their benefits they receive it for life - they will not outlive their pension.
Visit us at www.hoopp.com
Georgian’s leadership in co-op, student work experience and entrepreneurship education can accelerate your learning, your career and your future. We offer a variety of full-time, part-time, online and blended learning options for Nursing diplomas, degrees, and post-graduate certificates. With hundreds of Nursing students graduating from our programs each year we also recruit both RNs and RPNs to support nursing education in classroom and practicum settings!
Visit us at: https://www.georgiancollege.ca/
Hospice Palliative Care Ontario
Hospice Palliative Care Ontario (HPCO) is a provincial association which provides leadership on behalf of its members by informing policy and promoting awareness, education, knowledge transfer and best practices in the pursuit of quality hospice palliative care in Ontario. Our members include nurses, social workers, case managers, palliative care specialists, family physicians, therapists, palliative care educators, hospices, long-term care homes, palliative care programs and hospitals. HPCO envisions a future where every person and family in the province of Ontario can quickly and easily access the finest standard of hospice palliative care when required.
Visit us at: www.hpco.ca
Occupational Health Practical Nurses & Associates present a basis for Practical Nurses to expand their role in the community – specifically in workplaces. We offer a strategic platform with a voice, education to excel, and personal & professional development to become leaders in occupational health.
Visit us at: www.ohpna.com