Add to clipboard  |  Share  |  Email  |  Print      

Organization: South East Local Health Integration Network - Kingston  
Phone Numbers: 613-544-7090
Toll-Free: 1-800-869-8828
Fax: 613-544-1494 ; 1-866-839-7299
1471 John Counter Blvd, Ste 200
Kingston, ON
K7M 8S8
Intersection: Sir John A MacDonald Blvd and John Counter Blvd
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Administration Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm * Intake Mon-Sun 8:30 am-8 pm * on-call for active or current clients
Executives: AMber Gooding - Interim Director, Communications and Engagement
613-967-0196 ext 2310
Jacqui Prospero - Senior Executive Assistant
613-967-0196 ext 2220
Service Description: One of 14 networks established by the province, the role of the South East Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) is to plan, integrate and fund local health care, as well as deliver and coordinate high-quality home and community care services.

Connects individuals to community health care services * information and referral for health services at or by telephone * coordinates professional home health services and personal care support * when needed, will connect individuals with organizations to better meet their needs * if unable to live safely at home with any combination of community services helps investigate living alternatives such as supportive residential options, retirement homes, long-term care homes, convalescent and respite care * access point to Long-term Care Home admission * Care Connectors help people without family physicians obtain a family health care provider

Fees: None * All services provided by LHIN's are funded by the Local Health Integration Network * Services are provided using provincial guidelines * there is no direct cost to the client for LHIN services
Application: By telephone (ask for the Access Team), drop-in or written request * LHIN staff are also available in hospitals across Ontario to help plan for patients' return home
Eligibility / Target Population: Information and referral: no restrictions

In-home, Clinic or School LHIN provided services - a valid Ontario Health Card and a medical condition that can be adequately treated in home, school or clinic as assessed by a Care Coordinator * There are some restrictions as outlined in the Long Term Care Act and provincial guidelines.

Health Care Connect: individuals who do not have a family doctor

Long-Term Care Home admission: assessed by a Care Coordinator
Languages: English * French
Area Served:
Lanark County ; Prince Edward County ; Frontenac County ; Hastings County ; Brighton ; Lennox and Addington County ; Leeds and Grenville United Counties  
See Also: Home and Community Care - LHIN (Formerly CCAC)

This information was last completely updated on December 3, 2018

Suggest an Update

© 2018, Community Information Centre of Ottawa

Updated December 3, 2018
Suggest an Update