In any normal business cycle, everything starts with a plan.  The strategic plan for an organization routinely outlines the activities and initiatives that will structure the work of the organization for a specified period of time.  The Central East LHIN business planning cycle reflects the work of the LHIN and is based upon a continuous cycle of Community Engagement, Planning, Funding & Allocation & Service Delivery and Accountability & Performance Monitoring. 



In the Central East LHIN, the strategic plan is the three-year Integrated Health Service Plan, further supported each year by an Annual Business Plan, both of which are developed in partnership with stakeholders who deliver health care services and those that receive them.  

Together, the two documents detail the shared goals of the local health care system and its stakeholders - funders, providers, clinicians, patients, consumers, residents, caregivers, community leaders - and how they will be attained.  Each year, the Annual Report provides a record of what has been achieved.

To learn more about our shared goals and achievements please click on the links below:   


IHSP 2016-2019

Integrated Health Service Plan 2016-2019

TAG Seniors English

Seniors Strategic Aim

Improving health care for seniors

TAG MHA English

Mental Health and Addictions Strategic Aim

Support people to achieve an optimal level of mental health.

Transforming Musculoskeletal Care

Musculoskeletal Care

Transforming Musculoskeletal Care for residents with hip or knee osteoarthritis and low back pain.

Central East Sub-regions

Local Integrated Systems of Care


Home and Community Care

Connecting you with care

TAG Vascular English

Vascular Health Strategic Aim

For vascular disease, the prevalence is high.

TAG Palliative English

Palliative and End-of-Life Care Strategic Aim

Palliative care aims to relieve suffering and focus on achieving comfort.



At the Central East LHIN, we see integration as a way to "improve the health care experience by creating a seamless system of care."