The Champlain LHIN’s health system planning and funding functions are now part of Ontario Health, a government agency responsible for ensuring Ontarians continue to receive high-quality health care services where and when they need them.
Health Service Providers
The Champlain LHIN works with and fund roughly 125 health service providers that offer about 240 health programs and/or services in hospitals, community support services (like meals-on-wheels), mental health and addiction service agencies, community health centres, and long-term care homes.
Service Accountability Agreements
The Local Health System Integration Act, 2006 requires that LHINs have a service accountability agreement in place with each health service provider they fund. These agreements form the basis for a multi-year planning and funding framework for each LHIN-funded provider.
Click below to find the organizations we fund, our agreements with them, and other useful information.
Are you looking for health care services in your area? Visit Champlainhealthline.ca for online access to local health care information and services, or call 613.310.2222.
Did you know that the LHIN funds two types of health provider organizations?
Health Service Providers: are providers of health programs and services that are offered in hospitals, community support service agencies, mental health and addiction service agencies, community health centres, and long-term care homes.
Service Provider Organizations: are often called contracted service providers. On behalf of the LHIN, these agencies deliver home and community care services to support people living as independently as possible in the community. These services may include nursing, personal care (including bathing, dressing, etc.), physiotherapy, occupational therapy and more.