2014 Primary Health Care Forum Registration is now open
The South East LHIN is proud to host the 7th Primary Health Care Forum on October 9, 2014 at the Ambassador Hotel in Kingston and invites health care providers to come together for a day of learning and networking on the theme "Seeing the Big Picture: Social Determinants of Health and Health Links".
Be part of the 2014 PHCF, register now.
To recognize excellence in health quality and safety, and every day work health care providers do, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care announced that launch of the second annual Ministers Medal.
For more information, please visit the Minister's Medal webpage.
Better Health in the South East
In 2013, your South East LHIN invested an additional 12 million dollars into enhancing community care. Funding goes directly to enhancing programs like the VON’s SMILE program, Adult Day Initiatives and providing greater support to addictions and mental health services.
Visit our Better Health in South East webpage!
The Centre for Studies in Aging and Health at Providence Care & Camera Kingston is holding a photo contest to explore images which capture seniors living in our community. If you are interested in participating, please view the Geriatrics 20/20: Bringing Current Issues Into Perspective document for more details.
Small and Rural Hospital Transformation Fund
As reflected in the South East LHIN’s 2013-2016 strategic plan (IHSP), this funding will help us support targeted organizations. The funded projects will assist us in developing a regional system of integrated health care across the care continuum, from primary care and public health through to community and acute and long-term care and the patient experience with a focus on the transition points in care.
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Please Note: The South East LHIN office is a Scent Free Work Environment. To help us accommodate our co-workers and guests who are chemically sensitive to fragrances and scented products, please do not wearing perfume, aftershave and other scented products. Thank you.
In 2005, the government of Ontario passed the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (the “AODA”). It is the goal of the Ontario government to make Ontario accessible by 2025. The Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulations (“IASR”) under the AODA require that effective January 1, 2013, the SE LHIN establish, implement, maintain and document a multi-year accessibility plan which outlines the organization’s strategy to prevent and remove barriers for persons with disabilities and to meet its requirements under the IASR.