South East LHIN

The South East LHIN is one of fourteen Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) in the Canadian province of Ontario.

The South East Local Health Integration Network is a community-based, non-profit organization funded by the Government of Ontario through the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.


South East LHIN plans, funds and coordinates the following operational public health care services to a population of approximately for 497,000 people in 2013 (3.7 per cent of the population of Ontario):

Geographic area

South East LHIN provides services for:

  • cities of:
    • Kingston
    • Belleville
    • Brockville
  • towns of:
    • Smiths Falls
    • Prescott
  • areas of:
    • Hastings
    • Prince Edward
    • Lennox and Addington
    • Frontenac
    • Leeds and Grenville Counties,
    • parts of Lanark and Northumberland Counties


The South East LHIN has an annual budget of 1,051,759,886[1]


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