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South East CCAC

About CCAC

The South East Community Care Access Centre is mandated to provide community-based health services, Long-Term Care Home Placement Coordination and Information & Referral services to the almost 500,000 residents of the South East.  With offices in Belleville, Bancroft, Kingston, Northbrook, Selby, Brockville and Smiths Falls, a presence in 14 sites of 7 local hospitals and 3 Family Health Teams the South East CCAC provides services to more than 11,000 clients on any given day.


In 2012/2013, South East CCAC provided care to more than 33,410 people including:    

  • 20,889 patients receiving care at home

    • 8,618 patients came from community referrals,

    • 12,071 patients came from hospitals

  • 14,481 seniors who were supported to stay in their homes independently

  • 3,451 children receiving health services at school

  • Coordinated care for an average of 3,283 people each day

In homes, schools and communities across the South East, the CCAC provided:  

  • 300,606 nursing visits and 31,304 hours of shift nursing
  • 1,282,537 hours of personal support services
  •  Provided 663 more patients with personal support, and 100,248 more hours of personal support than the previous year
  • 65,980 visits from rehabilitation professionals (physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech language pathologists)
  • 4,158 social work visits and 2,472 visits from clinical nutritionists/dietitians

Long-Term Care Admissions

  • There are 36 Long-Term Care Homes throughout Southeastern Ontario.
  • Assisted more than 1,242 seniors transition to a long-term care home
  • Waitlist information is posted on our public website on the 15th of every month