Sheridan receives funding from Brampton to create Centre for Healthy Communities

Sheridan College will receive $2.5M from the City of Brampton to support the planning, design, consultation, and contract management for a new Centre for Healthy Communities at the Davis Campus. The Centre for Healthy Communities will train the next generation of nurses and allied health professionals in Brampton, act as a living lab of innovation and partnerships, and help address hallway health care by addressing chronic disease management through interprofessional care. “By providing at least 700 new postsecondary health care seats in Brampton,” said Sheridan President Dr Janet Morrison, “we’re helping keep local, highly trained health care professionals in Peel Region.” The planning phase is expected to take two years to complete, with construction taking three years. The Star (Acct. Req.)| Sheridan Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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