Population Health Data
If you have questions about these documents, please contact Brian Schnarch, LHIN Special Advisor and Manager, Health System Performance (email@example.com, 613.747.3218, or toll-free 1.866.902.5446 x 3218).
LGBTQ+ Health and Health Services in Champlain
This report compiles the results of a scan of existing evidence about health inequities and challenges faced by LGBTQ+ communities, focusing on the Champlain region. It summarizes the results of a three-pronged information-gathering approach, including:
- What we heard: A stakeholder engagement workshop and follow-up survey
- What we read: Literature on the health of LGBTQ+ people and their experiences with healthcare, and
- What the counts show: An overview of available demographic data.
This scan is meant to:
- Report back to those we engaged with
- Serve as a resource for those working on LGBTQ+ priorities and those working to improve services for them
- List the key opportunities for action that we heard, and
We look forward to working further with partners to bring about improvements in how health services address the needs of LGBTQ+ communities.
Sub-Region Population Health Profiles & Data Snapshots
The Champlain LHIN and health system partners - including public health, hospitals, and community health-service providers - collaborated to develop helpful data for each Champlain LHIN sub-region.
The result of these efforts, the Sub-Region Population Health Profiles Report, provides key indicators that impact the health of Champlain LHIN residents. The goal of the report is to provide baseline information that helps identify each sub-region’s strengths, challenges, needs and supports priority setting and planning.
Data snapshots by sub-region are also available. Please visit our sub-region page to view these reports.
Ontario LHIN Environmental Scan
This provincial Environmental Scan was prepared for use by all LHINs as an input for each LHIN’s Integrated Health Service Plan. This Scan provides an overview of a number of key characteristics of local populations, services, utilization, and health impacts.
This technical document was not designed for the general reader, but rather for LHINs and their funded health service providers. It presents updated characteristics of health and health care in each LHIN, as well as a comparison to Ontario overall and to other LHINs.