Toronto Central LHIN
The Toronto Central (TC) LHIN is made of over 170 health service providers that serve approximately 1.15 million Torontonians and hundreds of thousands of others who come to the TC LHIN area for care.
The TC LHIN looks at all the people who use local health services and the organizations that deliver care and creates a system that provides high quality, sustainable health care for all. The TC LHIN brings the various local health organizations together around the same table to work on the same goals for patients, rather than working in silos.
We aim to put resources where there are the greatest needs and make sure that people are informed and supported at every step in the health care system.
Toronto Central LHIN's third Integrated Health Service Plan (IHSP-3) builds on the Strategic Plan and sets the course for the next three years when TC LHIN aims to have a more integrated health care system that responds to patients' diverse needs and provides for a better experience as people move across the system.
The Toronto Central LHIN is pleased to present the 2011/12 Report to the Community, Partners in Action: Delivering Excellent Care for All. This report highlights the successes and challenges in the Toronto Central LHIN’s health care system in 2011/12.
The newest edition of Toronto Central LHIN's e-bulletin, Compass, is now available. This issue features patient perspectives on new programs in TC LHIN, insights on primary care from our experts and information on Health Links – a province-wide health system initiative to improve care coordination. Find out about new developments in the LHIN and what they mean for patients and the health care system in the Spring 2013 Compass.
Integrated Client Care Program
With funding and support from the TC LHIN, the Toronto Central CCAC collaborates with other providers to deliver at-home care to ensure that seniors are able to stay in their homes independently. The Integrated Client Care Program (ICCP) develops customized care plans, which may include the coordination of nurses, physiotherapists, social workers, registered dietitians, occupational therapists, speech therapist and personal support workers and others.
This video demonstrates how the process works through the eyes of 80-year-old Miranda and her daughter, her primary caregiver.