Central LHIN Health Professionals Advisory Committee (HPAC)

Engaging local stakeholders in a discussion of needs and priorities is critical to the work of the LHINs. A key stakeholder group within the community is front line healthcare practitioners.

One component of planning and community engagement requires each LHIN to establish a health professional advisory committee comprised of members from a range of health services professions as part of its overall community engagement strategy (read Ontario Regulation 264/07). These committees serve as a forum for dialogue amongst health professionals as they advise the LHIN to reach its goals and objectives.


The Central LHIN Health Professionals Advisory Committee is a multi-disciplinary committee with the important responsibility of providing advice to the LHIN on how to achieve patient-centred health care within our network.

Our HPAC membership is currently full, however, we encourage professionals who live and/or work in Central LHIN’s geographic area and are interested in participating in HPAC to complete and submit this Expression of Interest for future consideration.