Applications, EOIs and Calls for Proposals

This page has been created to share information with LHIN-funded Health Service Providers, patients, caregivers and other stakeholders to support Calls for Applications, Expressions of Interest and Proposals as new opportunities become available. 

Central East LHIN Wound Care Sub-Committee Expression of Interest - posted January 24, 2019

In September 2017, the provincial government launched the Ontario Wound Care Strategy to help the growing number of Ontarians living with wounds. The goal of the Ontario Wound Care Strategy is to improve the health and health care for Ontarians living with all types of acute and chronic wounds and for those identified at high risk of developing wounds. The Central East LHIN recognizes the importance of leveraging numerous health professionals and having an integrated service delivery model that spans the continuum of care from prevention, through primary care to specialist care management for those at risk or living with chronic wounds or multiple comorbidities.

The Central East LHIN is inviting patients, caregivers and specific system experts to submit an EOI for Wound Care Sub-Committee membership. 

Please review the following before submitting an EOI:

The Wound Care Sub-Committee Expression of Interest (please only submit one - either online OR PDF):

Deadline to submit is Thursday, February 7, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. Applications will be reviewed by Central East LHIN staff to select members of the Wound Care Sub-Committee. You are welcome to provide additional material to support your EOI such as a brief biographical sketch, resume or reference/testimonial letter. For privacy and confidentiality, please submit any additional material to Kim Ormiston at Kim.Ormiston@lhins.on.ca or mail to the address listed below.

If you choose to submit the downloadable PDF form, please submit to:
Attn: Kim Ormiston, Senior Administrative Assistant, Home and Community Care, Central East LHIN
By email Kim.Ormiston@lhins.on.ca Or mail to Central East LHIN, 920 Champlain Avenue, Whitby, ON L1N 6K9

2018/19 Sub-Region Community Investment Funding – posted January 14, 2019

On December 19, 2018, the Central East Local Health Integration Network (Central East LHIN) Board of Directors approved a sub-region base funding allocation process, that as per the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, must be targeted to one or more of the following community-based programs and services:

  • Community Support Services;
  • Supportive Housing;
  • Acquired Brain Injury.

The total available annual funding for the seven sub-regions is $1,846,747 and is intended to:

  • Support community service capacity to address sustainability and client complexity; 
  • Expand and sustain community services that support Indigenous communities; and
  • Address LHIN-specific service requirements and emerging needs in the community. 

Consistent with its focus on strategic co-design and co-management, the Central East LHIN is empowering Sub-region Planning Tables to make transparent, evidence-based, and equity-informed determinations of how best to use this allocation. Sub-region Planning Tables are familiar with their communities, and are supported robustly by the Central East LHIN in terms of access to data, including Sub-Region Profiles.

 

Health Service Providers that have a Multi-sector Service Accountability Agreement (MSAA) with the Central East LHIN are invited to consider their ability to meet the intended purpose of this base funding and to contact the appropriate LHIN sub-region Director for more information:

Scarborough sub-regions – Farrah Hirji
Durham sub-regions – Jai Mills
Northumberland County/Peterborough City and County sub-regions – Jeanne Thomas
Haliburton County/City of Kawartha Lakes sub-regions – Kasia Luebke

Patient and Family Advisory Committee (PFAC) Expression of Interest 

    The Central East LHIN is seeking additional community members to participate in its Patient and Family Advisory Committee (PFAC). This is being done to help ensure the committee reflects the diversity of the people and communities within the Central East LHIN geography.  A diverse committee will ensure that discussions will reflect and respond to a broad range of lived experiences. PFAC membership is extended to all Central East LHIN community residents and will reflect the diversity of our communities. At present, the PFAC includes geographic representation from a number of the LHIN’s sub-regions with individuals with a variety of lived and professional experiences. 

    With this Expression of Interest, we are currently encouraging patients and their family/caregivers who live within the Central East LHIN’s Haliburton County sub-region and/or people who self-identify as a member of the francophone, indigenous, new immigrant and/or LGBTQ communities to complete and submit this Expression of Interest for consideration as a member of the Central East LHIN Patient and Family Advisory Committee.  

    In addition to completing the EOI form, applicants may also submit a current resume (if applicable) for consideration. Please submit this Expression of Interest to Robin Russell via email robin.russell@lhins.on.ca, facsimile at 905-444-2562 or by mail/in person at Central East LHIN, 920 Champlain Court, Whitby ON, L1N 6K9.

    Sub-Region Planning Tables Expression of Interest (EOI)

    The Central East Local Health Integration Network (Central East LHIN) is continuing to seek health system stakeholders to participate in Sub-region Planning Tables. We encourage individuals within the Central East LHIN’s geographic region to complete and submit this Expression of Interest for consideration as a member of the Central East LHIN Sub-region Planning Tables.

    As of November 16, 2018, the LHIN is seeking individuals for the following vacancies:

    • Scarborough North
      • Primary Care physician, Municipal Services representative, Specialist representative
    • Scarborough South
      • Patient representative, Addictions sector representative
    • Durham West
      • Municipal Services representative, Long Term Care sector representative, Addictions sector representative
    • Durham North East
      • Patient, New Immigrant representative, Specialist, Long Term Care sector representative, Addictions sector representative
    • Northumberland County
      • Francophone representative, New Immigrant representative, Primary Care representative
    • Haliburton County and the City of Kawartha Lakes
      • Francophone representative, New Immigrant representative, Indigenous representative
    • Peterborough City and County
      • Caregiver representative, Long-term care representative

    Sub-region planning builds on the Central East LHIN’s strong foundation of local engagement and planning, including Health Links, and will also advance the strategic aims and direct care priorities of the Central East LHIN’s Integrated Health Service Plan 4 (IHSP 4) – Living Healthier at Home. To that end, the Central East LHIN has established Sub-region Planning Tables to foster joint accountability for innovative, integrated system redesign to address health and service gaps, advance quality, and improve patient experience and outcomes.

    For more information and to submit and Sub-Region Planning Table EOI please see below:

    Please submit this Expression of Interest, or address any questions to Parisa Mehrfar at Parisa.Mehrfar@lhins.on.ca.

    Please note that the due date for this Expression of Interest was September 12, 2017, however the LHIN continues to accept EOIs from specific stakeholder groups identified above.