April 1, 2021 Update
Health system planning and funding functions of the Central LHIN are now part of Ontario Health, a government agency responsible for ensuring Ontarians continue to receive high-quality health care services where and when they need them.
The following information is provided for archived purposes.
We engage with many stakeholders, including patients, families, caregivers, health service providers, primary care providers, community service agencies and leaders, public health units and provincial partners.
The following provides information on various engagements and networks in support of health services and system planning in our local communities:
- Central LHIN Patient and Family Advisory Committee – 16-member panel representing a broad spectrum of health system experiences and Central LHIN geography
- Central LHIN Sub-Region Collaborative Tables – Includes over 80 clinical, health system and community service leaders working across six tables to define and implement opportunities to improve access, continuity in care and patient experience in each of the Central LHIN’s six sub-regions. Click here for more information on the Central LHIN sub-region collaborative tables membership and priorities.
- Other Central LHIN Working Groups, Committees and Advisory Bodies – A complete list of other clinical and sectoral working groups, committees and collaborative networks which the Central LHIN leads or participates on.
- Francophone Population – Information on the Francophone population and engagements with Entité 4, the local French language health planning entity, to advance linguistically safe and appropriate health care services.
- Indigenous Population – Information on the Indigenous population and engaging with Indigenous leaders, communities, health service providers and other stakeholders to advance culturally appropriate and accessible health care services.
- Governance Council – Governance Council meetings are used to keep LHIN-funded Health Service Provider Board Chairs apprised of LHIN activities and progress, and a forum to discuss governance level priorities.
- Provincial Updates – Sign-up to receive Connected Care updates from Ontario's Ministry of Health.