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Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) Champlain Region

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Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) are crown agencies established by the Government of Ontario to plan, coordinate, integrate and fund health services at a local level.

Contact Info
  • Email: communications@lhins.on.ca
  • Phone: (613) 747-6784
  • Website: http://www.champlainlhin.on.ca
  • Address: 4200 Labelle St., Gloucester, Ottawa, ON K1J 1J8, Canada

Hours of Operation
Monday-Sunday 8am-8pm

Verified Dementia-Inclusive Features

  • Multilingual
Dementia-Inclusive Trained Staff
  • No
Contact Info

Hours of Operation: Monday-Sunday 8am-8pm


Local Health Integration Networks (LHIN) works with health care providers and the public to ensure health services in their region are well-organized, appropriately funded, and meet residents’ health needs. Your LHIN plans, manages, funds the local health care system, which includes: hospitals, long-term care homes, community support services, community health centres, community mental health and addiction agencies, and delivers home and community care services.


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Last updated: 26-11-2020
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