The future of healthcare in Huntsville: have your say at upcoming public meeting


The Town of Huntsville would like to encourage members of the public to attend the Monday, April 23rd Town Council Meeting and the subsequent public meeting for the Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare discussions. Those interested in healthcare in our community are encouraged to attend and provide comments directly to Council.

The Huntsville Town Council Meeting will be held at the Algonquin Theatre (37 Main Street East Huntsville) on Monday April 23 at 7:00 p.m.

Town Council will have the opportunity to speak with representative(s) from the Muskoka Algonquin Health Care (MAHC) Board regarding future healthcare within the community.

A presentation will also be made by representatives of the Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare’s (MAHC) Capital Plan Development Task Force regarding the future planning work that has been completed by the Task Force to date.  The Task Force will also be presenting the details of the programs and services being proposed for each of the models being considered for future healthcare within the MAHC area.

A public meeting will be held immediately following both presentations to provide the opportunity for the public to ask questions or provide comments directly to Council regarding this matter.

For the April 23 Council Agenda please visit:



If you require special accommodations or would like additional information, please contact Denise Corry, Chief Administrative Officer at 705-789-1751 ext. 2225 or [email protected]

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  1. Bob&Susan Vtech on

    The future of healthcare in Huntsville: have your say at upcoming public meeting
    Oh Joy, just what we need another public meeting that will go nowhere.
    We can have our say, but they don’t have to listen, do they?

  2. WOW! More meetings! I believe there has been enough! How about SOMEONE that has the authority and responsibility to do .. issue a ‘plan’? With a firm and true timeline, detailed milestones, firm decision dates, firm action impact and consequences ie what’s next?, true cost($$) numbers for the different scenarios etc etc. I truly believe … nothing will happen until the prov election is over and the WHOLE process will continue to go on and on and on with more meetings, more input, more discussion, and most importantly … more bureaucracy!

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