Central East LHIN Sub-Region Profiles - February 2020 UPDATED - NEW!

To support the co-design and co-management of the local health care system, the Central East LHIN Sub-region Profiles have been dramatically enhanced. Originally launched in 2016, the profiles are a tool to geographically visualize sociodemographic, health system utilization and service site locations at a neighbourhood, sub-region and LHIN level. 

Launched in May 2019, the newest version of the Central East LHIN Sub-Region Profiles has a number of significant enhancements from its predecessor.

Firstly, the full set of indicators were reviewed and enriched from 41 to 67 indicators. Secondly, while only one year of data was provided in the 2016 version, multiple years of data are provided for the full suite of indicators, new and old, for a visualization of change in sociodemographic and health system utilization in relation to neighbourhoods and sub-regions. Finally, users can interact with the data in ways that were not possible before. 

In February 2020, data was refreshed to include the most current data available.


To access the latest Sub-Region profiles, please click on the link below:

Central East LHIN Sub-Region Profiles - UPDATED 

Note: Internet Explorer does NOT fully support the functionality of the Central East LHIN Sub-region Profiles.  Please use one of these Internet browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari and Microsoft Edge. It is recommended that users clear their browsing history prior to launching the updated version for the first time. 

Central East LHIN Sub-Region Profile Webinar 

On May 30 and 31, 2019, the Central East LHIN and ESRI Canada hosted two information webinars for health service providers, service provider organizations, clinicians, patients, caregivers, municipal and provincial partners to demonstrate the features and capabilities of the award-winning Central East LHIN web-enabled and interactive Sub-Region Profile Tool.

Participants learned about this exciting and evolving tool and the transparent access that it provides to current and historical information on local population descriptors, health system utilization, health service providers and services locations, trending over time, inflow and outflow and patient stories. Additionally, the webinars showed how to create your own maps to support the development of business cases and project charters that will lead to better access to high quality, integrated and accessible services for patients and caregivers.

A recording of the webinar, presentation slides and any questions and answers are available for viewing below: 

Webinar Link: 

Webinar Slides - download PDF

Webinar Question and Answer Document - download PDF


In the previous 2016 version, LHIN subject matter experts pre-selected indicators of interest to layer with sites of particular health services to help with services planning. In the newest version, users are be able to select indicators and health services of their choice to create custom maps and to answer their own data questions.

In addition, users are able to visualize the interaction between two different indicators along with the geographical location of multiple health services. This is a significant advancement in providing health system planners and members of the community with the tools to explore data at the neighbourhood and sub-region level.

The Profiles are arranged in six sections with different data and functionality. The sections include:

Population Descriptors


 Health System Utilization


Health Service Providers and Services



Trend over Time


Inflow and Outflow


Create Your Own Map