Commitments to the Ministry
We are an Ontario Crown Agency in the Champlain region that plans, funds and coordinates health services, and delivers home and community care services.
The mandate letter focuses on collective key priorities and outlines the broad service and performance expectations for the Champlain LHIN in 2018-19.
On May 24, 2017, home care services and staff transferred from the former Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) to Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs). This structural system change will help the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care's (Ministry's) Patients First: Action Plan for Health Care move forward.
The change is seamless for patients and home care clients, there is no disruption to care or patient experience, and there is no need to change health care providers.
This agreement between the Champlain LHIN and the Ministry sets out obligations on the part of the Ministry and the LHIN in fulfilling our mandate to plan, integrate and fund local health care services.
If you have questions, contact Amber Kayed, Executive Assistant to the LHIN Board (email@example.com, or 613.747.3205).