Community Engagement is both a legislated responsibility and a core function of the LHINs. Local decision-making is the model that the LHINs are built on, and one that values the input of community members, health care professionals, and stakeholders to inform our planning and decision-making processes.
These guidelines complement the community engagement that the ESC LHIN has already undertaken, and will further ESC LHIN accountability and transparency.
Primary Care Physician Engagement Resource
Effective primary care is essential to a high performing health system. Well integrated primary care models can achieve distinct health, service and system goals simultaneously. Research indicates that improvements in health care require direct and meaningful involvement of physicians.The following resource provides tools towards creating a positive LHIN-Physician discussion.
- Primary Care Physician Engagement Resource Guide & Toolkit (English - French)
ESC LHIN Teams, Committees and Groups
The Erie St. Clair LHIN utilizes the knowledge base from within our communities by relying on the wisdom and insights gained through community member, health care professional, and stakeholder meetings. A series of formal teams, committees and groups that have been developed to provide a core community engagement base.