About Our LHIN

The Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) is one of 14 LHINs established by the provincial government through the Local Health System Integration Act (LHSIA), 2006, to plan, coordinate, integrate and fund health services at the local level. 

LHINs work with local health service providers and communities to design real-life solutions that improve access to care, better coordinate services and improve people’s experience with the health care system. 

Bringing together health care providers from sectors such as hospitals, community care, community support services, community mental health and addictions, community health centres and long-term care as well as collaborating with primary care providers, LHINs work locally to achieve meaningful system improvements – results that could only be achieved at a local level based on a thorough understanding of our local health care needs and established relationships.

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In 2015/16, Central LHIN’s budget of $2.048 billion was allocated across a range of health programs through 109 Service Accountability Agreements delivered by our health service providers, including:

  • Six* public and two private hospitals
  • 46 long-term care homes
  • 33 community support service providers
  • 21 mental health and addictions service providers
  • Two community health centres
Note that some health service providers deliver care and services in multiple sectors.

*In addition, there is one service accountability agreement with a hospital outside the Central LHIN.


Demographics

With a population of over 1.8 million, Central LHIN has the most residents, is among the most diverse and is one of the fastest growing of all LHIN...

Francophone Communities

Just over 1.9 per cent of the people who live in the Central LHIN – about 31,725 people – are considered francophone under the provinci...

Health Profile

Analyzing Central LHIN’s health profile helps us work towards our goal of reducing health disparities and ensuring equitable access to quality h...

Ontario's LHINs

For more information on Ontario's LHINs and the Local Health System Integration Act (LHSIA).

Indigenous Communities

Data from the 2011 National Household Survey reveals that Central LHIN is home to approximately 7,000 Indigenous people, representing 0.4 per cent ...

Sub-regions

Central LHIN is geographically varied and comprises sections of northern Toronto, a portion of Etobicoke, most of York Region and south Simcoe Coun...

Value of LHINs

LHINs are the only organizations in Ontario that bring together health care partners to develop innovative, collaborative solutions leading to more ti...