Central LHIN Sub-Region MapNEW - click the map above to download
   

Your Local Health
Integration Network

A mosaic of geographic and cultural diversity and home to almost 1.9 million residents, the Central LHIN plans, funds and integrates the local health care system, and provides home and community care services, for the people living in northern Toronto, parts of Etobicoke, most of York Region, and South Simcoe County.


News & Events

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    Central LHIN Sub-regions

    Central LHIN Sub-regions

    More information on our six sub-regions, including interactive map tool with population health and provider data.

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    Non-Emergency Medical Care

    Learn about non-emergency medical services in your community.

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    French Language Services

    Central LHIN works with Entité 4 to engage and plan for priorities for the local French-speaking community.

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    Central LHIN Home and Community Care

    Serving more than 90,000 people every year. Learn more about services available in home or the community.

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    Centralhealthline.ca

    centralhealthline.ca is a fast, easy way to search for a wide range of health and community services .

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    Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care

    LHINs are non-profit organizations funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.