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Physicians and Practitioners

​​​​​We identify and accept referrals for people who may require health care at home, in the community or an alternate home setting services from Home and Community Care Support Services. Through a comprehensive assessment, our experienced registered health professionals design a personalized care plan and coordinate services to help children and adults, particularly seniors, recover at home from hospital, remain at home safely, find services in the community, or die at home with dignity. If required, we help patients apply for and move to long-term care. 

Patient Focus


Help patients leave hospital for home

Assess clinical needs and coordinate in-home or clinic services

Monitor and re-assess care needs and coordinate care

Wound care, nursing, rehabilitation and other clinical and support services to help patients leave hospital earlier and recover at home
Help residents with high health care needs remain at home safely

Stay at Home services

Rapid Recovery services enable your patients to leave hospital sooner to safely recover at home with rehabilitation services.

Facilitate all aspects oflong-term care process

Long-term Care

Assess for eligibility

Support patients and families with application process

Assist patients and families with long-term care videos, wait lists and costs

Help patients die at home, with dignity Palliative and end-of-life clinical and support services by expert palliative care coordinators and palliative nurse practitioners
Connect residents with family doctor Health Care Connect nurses match patients with appropriate physician
Help children at home and at school Children's Health services help children thrive in school with rehabilitation, speech therapy and nursing care and support students with mental health and addiction challenges in schools
Source information and referral to services in the community services

Full range of community services available

Adult Day Programs

Short-stay respite services

COVID-19 Specific ResourcesCOVID@Home Monitoring Program

The COVID@Home Monitoring Program offered by the Mississauga Ontario Health Team (Mississauga Health) is designed to provide extra support for COVID-19 patients in your practice with a high risk of deterioration. This program helps to early identify patients with COVID-19, offers remote symptom monitoring by a virtual care team, and provides patient tools for safe self-managed care at home.

New referrals are being accepted. Referrals to the program can be made by writing "COVID@Home" on the Home and Community Care Support Services referral form.


Resources for you and your patients

Whether your patient is looking for financial services or families are looking for recreation or social programs for their loved ones, the Mississauga Halton HealthLine  will give you valuable and relevant information to share with patients and families.

Home and Community Care Support Services Mississauga Halton advice and services are covered by OHIP billing codes.

  • K070 for completing a referral
  • K071 and K072 for acute and chronic home care supervision (for personally providing medical advice, direction or information to Home and Community Care Support Services or delegated health-care staff)
  • K124 for a case conference regarding a patient. Note the K124 requires participation by the physician most responsible for the care of the patient and at least two other participants that include physicians, regulated social workers, employees of Home and Community Care Support Services and/or regulated health professionals.