Integrated Health Service Plan (IHSP)

The HNHB LHIN is one of 14 LHINs in Ontario established to plan, integrate and fund local health services and coordinate the delivery of home and community care supports and services.  As part of the planning process, each LHIN develops a three-year Integrated Health Service Plan (IHSP) to identify its priorities for health system improvements and guides the direction of the local health care system.  The IHSP ensures the LHIN and its health service providers direct their focus to initiatives and actions that best serve HNHB LHIN residents.

IHSP 2019-2022

We want to hear from you!

The HNHB LHIN is continuing to engage residents to find out what is important to them when it comes to their health and health care services.

The 2019-2022 IHSP will build on the ongoing work established within previous IHSPs. It will also reflect new priorities informed by provincial health care strategies as well as the extensive community engagement with patients, families, caregivers, health service providers, service provider organizations, key stakeholders and the general public.

The HNHB LHIN wants to learn about your experiences with the health care system – what’s working well, where are there areas for improvement, and what’s important to you, your family and your community. Our concentrated IHSP engagement is underway and you are encouraged to share your insights. Make your voice heard by taking part in the online survey, or provide real-time feedback during an upcoming webinar.


Click here for a complete list of webinar dates and times.


Cliquez ici pour compléter le sondage en français.

IHSP 2016-19 

IHSP 2016-2019

The 2016-19 IHSP built on the foundational work and plans established in previous IHSPs, focused on defining local health care needs, and opportunities to improve and integrate the local health system. It reflected local strategic priorities, in alignment with provincial priorities of the ministry as described in “Patients First: Ontario’s Action Plan for Health Care” (February 2015).


View IHSP Archives