About the Network:

The Central Hospice Palliative Care Network is a partnership of those professionals and organizations that provide and support hospice palliative care to clients dealing with a progressive life-threatening illness.

The Network's primary goal is to continually improve hospice palliative care within Central LHIN. Spanning a large geographical region from mid-town Toronto to Simcoe, the Network is made up of professionals such as doctors, nurses, social workers, hospices and communication specialists.

To continually reach and surpass this primary goal, Network members endeavour to provide leadership to build on existing systems in order to promote service innovations. Additionally, the Network works to integrate service delivery through linkages and mutual learning from best practices.

The Network is led by a Steering Committee whose mandate is to provide collaborative leadership to plan, coordinate and evaluate comprehensive palliative care services for residents of Central LHIN.

To that end, the Network seeks to improve quality, efficiency, choice, and access to care for persons with a progressive life-threatening illness through timely response to changing patient needs and conditions throughout the continuum of care.

Working in partnership with colleagues within the Central and neighbouring LHINs, the Network strives to provide the best care and support possible for those in need.


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