Lanark, Leeds & Grenville Sub-Region
The Lanark, Leeds & Grenville (LLG) sub-region is one of five sub-regions within the South East LHIN that represents a local planning area for health services. These sub-regions have a strong history of planning together, sharing resources and training opportunities, and working on common issues. While a sub-region approach to health service planning and evaluation has been in place for several years, the South East LHIN is now formalizing the sub-region geographies to focus on providing equitable access to health care services for the residents within the region, improving health outcomes for the population, and arranging for people to receive the level of care they need closer to home.
- The LLG sub-region has an approximate total area of 4,249 square kilometers
- The population of the LLG sub-region is 116,580
- The LLG sub-region has a much older age profile than the provincial norm with 25.7% of the population aged 65 and over – this population is expected to grow to 33.5% by 2026
- There are approximately 118 family medicine physicians in the sub-region and approximately 97.4% of LLG residents reported having a regular primary care provider
- Community Support Service provide an array of service beyond primary care – with many services offered in group settings
- There are ten Long-Term Care Homes with 1,052 beds within the sub-region
Lanark, Leeds and Grenville Sub-Region Planning Table
Planning Tables include a cross-section of representation from: patients, families, caregivers, Aboriginal representatives, Francophone representatives, Primary Care (Physicians, Nurse Practitioners), Specialist Physicians, Hospitals, Public Health, Municipal Services, Home and Community Care, Community Support Services, Long-Term Care Homes and Mental Health and Addictions.
Director, Lanark, Leeds & Grenville Sub-Region – Carol Ravnaas, South East LHIN
South East LHIN Sub-Regions