The following documents and enablers assist the Central East LHIN - its Planning Partners and health care service providers - in developing plans to create a stronger, more integrated public health care system.
Central East LHIN Integrated Health Service Plan (IHSP) 2013-2016
Across the province, Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) have worked with their local stakeholders on the development of their third Integrated Health Service Plans or IHSPs. Here in the Central East LHIN, the 2013-16 IHSP will once again be the local road map guiding the activities and accountabilities of local health service providers leading to better health, better care and better value-for-money for the residents and health service providers in the Central East region. To learn more about the 2013-2016 IHSP, please click here.
Mental Health and Addictions Strategy: Implementation Approach - posted February 24, 2014
On April 1, 2013, the Central East LHIN began work on its 2013-2016 "Community First" Integrated Health Services Plan. One of the Strategic Aims of the IHSP is to “Strengthen the system of supports for people with Mental Health and Addictions issues so they spend 15,000 more days at home in their communities by 2016.” Since 2006, the Central East LHIN has worked with its Mental Health and Addictions Service Providers to achieve positive partnerships and outcomes. Together, our shared aim has been to improve and strengthen the Mental Health and Addictions Service System in the Central East LHIN on behalf of those people receiving services. The LHIN is now taking a number of key steps to implement its 2013-16 Mental Health and Addictions Strategy. To learn more about how you can get involved, please click HERE.
Regional Specialized Geriatric Services -