Contacts/Resources:

CCAC Lead: Gayle Seddon
Community Leads: Stacy Landau (SPRINT Senior Care)
                                Debra Walko (LOFT Community Services)
Hospital Resource Partner: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
LHIN Lead: Zulf Kassam
Primary Care Clinical Leads: Dr. Yoel Abells
                                                Dr. Jocelyn Charles
North Toronto Profile
High-Level Summary
Neighbourhood Profiles
Cross-Sector Presentation – Summer 2016
Local Collaborative Presentation – Fall 2016


Definitions:

Primary Care Clinical Lead (PCCL): Primary Care Clinical Leads have been recruited into leadership positions in five sub-regions within the Toronto Central LHIN. These leads are committed to Toronto Central LHIN’s mission to achieve better health outcomes for people now and in the future. These experienced physicians will be championing the advancement of our Primary Care Strategy and leading local primary care planning and implementation within our five sub-regions. These leads will partner with primary care providers, other local health service providers and organizations to improve access to care, co-ordination and service integration. 

Community Care Lead: Our five Community Care Leads with representation from Community Support Service (CSS) and Community Mental Health and Addictions (CMHA), will act as advisors to the Toronto Central LHIN. Leads will be responsible for transparent communication, collaboration, and coordination with CSS and CMHA providers across their sub-region and bringing forward the range of perspectives to LHIN-related discussions. These leaders work collaboratively with our Primary Care Clinical Leads, Hospital Resource Partners, and sub-region leads from the Toronto Central CCAC and LHIN.

Hospital Resource Partner: Our Hospital Resource partners are locally-based health service providers that partner with the Primary and Community Care Committee (PCCC) and others within the sub-region to provide administrative support and the resources necessary to affect change initiatives that have been endorsed by the Toronto Central LHIN.