Toronto Central LHIN

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The Toronto Central LHIN is one of fourteen Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) in the Canadian province of Ontario.

The Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network is a community-based, non-profit organization funded by the Government of Ontario through the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.

Services[edit]

Toronto Central LHIN plans, funds and coordinates the following operational public health care services to a population of approximately 1.15 million people:

Geographic area[edit]

Toronto Central LHIN services a region focused on the centre of the City of Toronto. Neighbourhoods served include:

  • Area 1 West: Etobicoke / High Park
  • Area 2 North West: Davenport / Bloor
  • Area 3 South West: West downtown / Parkdale
  • Area 4 North Central: Midtown / Leaside / North Riverdale / Forest Hill
  • Area 5 South East: East downtown / South Riverdale
  • Area 6 East: Old East York / East End / The Beach
  • Area 7 North East: Flemingdon / Thorncliff / Crescent Town / Oakridge

Budget[edit]

The Toronto Central LHIN has an annual budget of approximately $4.2 billion.[1]

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