Our name has changed. Our care has not.
Established in March 2006, the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs), have been designated by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to plan, integrate and fund local health services across the province of Ontario. In June 2017, each Community Care Access Centre’s (CCAC) home and community care services and staff transitioned to its respective Local Health Integration Network (LHIN). The LHINs are now responsible for the delivery and coordination of home and community care.
With their expanded mandate and renewed role, the LHINs continue to help drive integration in our health care system, empower local health care planning, strengthen home and community care, and enhance our focus on population and public health to deliver a better Ontario. On this site you can find and learn more about the many benefits of working at the LHINs.
Who We Hire
As the key link to care within our communities, we primarily hire Care Coordinators, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners and Health Care Managers. This level of care is made possible with the support of a large team of diverse professionals, including IT, Finance, Human Resources, to name a few. View our current job opportunities.
Click the map below to learn more about each LHIN location.