Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) are not-for-profit organizations whose mandate is to plan, integrate and distribute provincial funding for all public health services within 14 specific geographic regions within the Province of Ontario. These agencies are guided by the Health Integration Act, governed by appointed Boards, and report to the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
St. Joseph’s Health Centre is situated within the Toronto Central LHIN, which is comprised of two Community Care Access Centres, 18 Community Health Centres, 18 Hospitals, 41 Long-Term Care Facilities, 75 Mental Health Organizations and 103 Community Support Service Agencies.
St. Joseph’s is committed to being open, transparent and accountable to you – our patients and clients, visitors, community and staff. As part of that commitment, and in compliance with the Commitment to the Future of Medicare Act (CMFA), we are pleased to post our Service Accountability Agreements.
These documents outline our performance obligations, and the resources in which we have pledged to deliver care.
Hospital Service Accountability Agreement (H-SAA)
The Hospital Service Accountability Agreement (H-SAAs) outlines the responsibilities of St. Joseph Health Centre and the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) with respect to health services delivery in a Hospital setting.
Multi- Sector Service Accountability Agreement (M-SAA)
The Multi-Sector Service Accountability Agreement outlines the responsibilities of St. Joseph Health Centre’s community mental health and addiction services and the Toronto Central LHIN.