About Toronto Central LHIN

The Toronto Central LHIN was designated by the Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care to plan, integrate and fund local health services.  We fund over 170 health service providers, including a Community Care Access Centre, community health centres,  community support services,  hospitals,  long-term care homes and mental health and addiction services that deliver a variety of services.

The most important aspect of what we do involves working with you – community residents and health service providers - to ensure that our health care plans for  the Toronto Central LHIN make the best use of available resources and meet the needs of the communities served.  Our activities are guided by our 2015-2018 Strategic Plan, which outlines our priorities and the action steps we will take to ensure timely and equitable access to health care services in our communities.

Learn more about the Toronto Central LHIN strategies and how we address them in our recent presentation, The Future of Health Care is Local.


Frequently Asked Questions

Learn about Toronto Central LHIN, who we are and what we do.

Health Service Providers List

Toronto Central LHIN funds over 170 health service providers across the health care system.


Toronto Central LHIN supports and maintains the standards within the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. 

Leadership Team

Meet the Toronto Central LHIN leadership team. 


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