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Frontenac Lennox & Addington Ontario Health Team

KCHC was actively involved in the development and submission of the application for the Frontenac, Lennox & Addington Ontario Health Team (FLA-OHT). The application was submitted to the Ministry of Health in September 2020 and approval for the advancement and implementation of our regional OHT was received in November. The application approval supports KCHC and numerous health system partners and community members to continue to co-design a regional healthcare system focused on connecting and integrating care to keep people healthy in their homes and communities. The FLA-OHT seeks to be a proactive and prevention-focused entity that grounds its work in equity and collaborative decision-making. The FLA-OHT will be able to make the greatest impact on service delivery and health of our community by basing its work on equity and collaboration.

The way that the KCHC community rose to the challenge presented by the pandemic. From screening and cleaning to a hasty transition to remote work, we’ve continued to deliver high-quality service for our clients while respecting and protecting the health and well-being of our staff.
- KCHC staff member

The FLA-OHT seeks to be a proactive and prevention-focused entity that grounds its work in equity and collaborative decision-making. The FLA-OHT will be able to make the greatest impact on service delivery and health of our community by basing its work on equity and collaboration.

2020-21 OHT Highlights

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FLA-OHT application submitted to the Ministry of Health and OHT approval and designation received
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Over 60 health system organizations and 100 primary-care physicians signed on to partner in FLA-OHT development and implementation
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The Transitional Leadership Collaborative, the FLA-OHT’s oversight group, was established; KCHC holds a seat at this table
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KCHC established as the FLA-OHT fund holder
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7 KCHC staff joined various FLA-OHT Working Groups and Support Structures to help guide and support the implementation of projects
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KCHC provided, and continues to provide, project management and leadership support
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- CTS client

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Kingston Community Health Centre

263 Weller Avenue, Unit 4
613.542.2949

Street Health Centre

115 Barrack Street Kingston
613.549.1440

Consumption and Treatment Services

661 Montreal St. Kingston
613.329.6417

Ontario Harm Reduction Distribution Program

115 Barrack Street, Suite 200
1.866.316.2217 or 613.544.9735

Inter-professional Primary Care Team

310 Bridge Street West Unit G1 Napanee
613.354.3301

Napanee Area Community Health Centre

26 Dundas Street West, Napanee
613.344.8937

Our Funders

Ontario South East Local Health Integration Network
United Way Kingston Frontenac, Lennox and Addington
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