Our Team

As we build a world-class health care system – one that is modern and integrated – Ontario Health will be committed to enabling the delivery of high-quality care and services to all Ontarians in a manner that is respectful, dignified and easy to navigate.

To do this, we will eventually pool the collective talents, knowledge and skills of up to 20 agencies currently contributing to health care in Ontario.

To begin, non-home and community care vice presidents (VPs) and directors of the 14 Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) will join Ontario Health December 2, 2019. Also joining that day are the following agencies. Others will follow in the months ahead.

CCO

Advising the province on cancer and renal systems, as well as on access to care for key health services.

HealthForceOntario

Supporting the planning, recruitment, retention, transition, and distribution of health practitioners in Ontario.

eHealth Ontario

Delivering a comprehensive, patient-focused, secure and private electronic health record system that makes it easier to access and share the information needed – when and where it’s needed – to improve patient care.

Health Quality Ontario

Monitoring the health system’s performance and providing evidence-based advice, tools and programs for those on the frontlines to address gaps in care.

Health Shared Services Ontario

Helping Ontario's Local Health Integration Networks meet the health care needs of their local communities through province-wide digital health platforms, quality improvement initiatives, and other supports.

A new website will eventually be launched, once all agencies have transferred into Ontario Health.