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Central CCAC




Who We Are

In May 2017, home care services and staff will begin to transfer from Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) to Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs).This is a structural system change that will help the Patients First: Action Plan for Health Care move forward.

The process will be seamless for patients. There will be no disruption to care or patient experience, and there will be no need to change health care providers.

Central CCAC will transfer to the Central LHIN on June 7, 2017.

View the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care’s Transfer Order under subsection 34.2(1) of the Local Health System Integration Act, 2006 (LHSIA)

 

CCACs are dedicated to getting you the care you need in your home and in the community. Our people, values and programs all reflect our drive to deliver exceptional home health care.

patient and caregiver holding handsVision, mission and values

What drives us to deliver exceptional home health care services? Our vision, mission and values form the foundation of our commitment to excellence.

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Care Coordinator speaking with elderly womanAbout CENTRAL CCAC

Each CCAC reflects the unique character of its local environment and people. Find out how the CCAC is serving your community.

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Leadership

Our executive and leadership teams are made up of experienced professionals who care passionately about quality home health care delivery. Meet the team…

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elderly man in wheelchair doing arm exercises with health professional assisting himProvincial initiatives

CCACs are working together to ensure that everyone in Ontario has access to high quality care.  Our provincial initiatives include innovative programs, technologies and processes that support our work to provide quality health care in homes and communities across the province. Learn more about these exciting initiatives.

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Research

The Central CCAC is devoted to constant improvement. We focus daily on delivering better care and we dedicate time to the research and quality control to make sure it happens. Our work with researchers at the University of Toronto to develop a list of reportable home care “Never Events” is a case in point.

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Care Coordinator with laptop speaking with patientCareers

We offer our staff the opportunity to make a real difference in people's lives. Join the team!

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