Better Health in the South East LHIN

The South East LHIN and LHINs across the province not only allocate funds to Health Service Providers across the region (Community Support Services, Hospitals, Long-Term Care, etc.), but also work with each provider to plan, engage, and make decisions at a local level with the goal to improve the healthcare system for patients, clients, and their families.

The impactful contribution that LHINs have made to the Ontario health system

To learn more, read the material below!


Better Health in the South East LHIN 2015 

What do LHINs really do? How does the LHIN invest in healthcare? What is Health Care Tomorrow? 
To answer some of these questions and learn much more, click on the brochure! 

The Addictions and Mental Health Redesign

Hear firsthand how the redesigned system of Addictions and Mental Health is putting clients first.

The South East LHIN is responsible for planning, funding and monitoring the performance of a spectrum of health care programs and services that are provided through our Health Service Providers. By investing in community based services and programs the South East LHIN is able to help people remain healthy and safe at home.

The material below will further explain the investments in our community.

Image of the Better Health in the South East brochure explaining some of the funding process of the South East LHIN and its health service providers.    

Quick Facts & Report Card

The Quick Facts & Report Card (PDF) highlights the accomplishments within different areas of our regional health care system.

Sample image of the Patient Journey portion of Better Health in the South East brochure

The Patient Journey

The Patient Journey (PDF) is a story focusing on how services are rendered across the care continuum. 

Image of the the Improving Access to High Quality Care brochure explaining the SMILE program, Acquired Brain Injury facility, Assisted living program, South East Healthline mobile application, Health Links and the Better Health Project.    

High Quality Care

Improving access to programs and services to provide High Quality Care (PDF) in the South East LHIN region. 

The following videos were created to showcase community-based programs that are offered within the South East region. 

Seniors Managing Independent Living Easily (SMILE)

The video below entails Doris, a senior using the SMILE program and how it has affected her life.

South East Adult Day Program

The South East LHIN in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Society of Lanark County show how the Adult Day Program can make a difference in a senior’s life.

Integrated Community Assessment Referral Team (ICART)

The ICART video explains how people transition from the hospital to their home.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Caitlin den Boer, Communications Lead.