Community Consultation

What should health care in the HNHB LHIN look like for you, your family, and your community?

The Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant Local Health Integration Network (HNHB LHIN) is developing its Integrated Health Service Plan (IHSP) 2019-2022, which will guide health system transformation, health service delivery and funding decisions over a three-year period.

We want to hear what’s important to you as we look ahead. This is the first step of our community engagement and there will continue to be opportunities to share your thoughts throughout the planning process.

Find out more about all the ways you can engage, including when and where the HNHB LHIN will be, by visiting: www.hnhblhin.on.ca and following us on Twitter at @HNHB_LHINgage.

* 2. My home is (please indicate city/town).

* 3. Do you actively sit on a Patient and Family Advisory Committee (PFAC) or similar patient/family council (for example, long-term care, hospital or retirement home etc.) ?

* 4. Are you a regulated health professional?

* 5. I am a:

* 6. Over the past three years, the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant LHIN has been hearing about the priority areas listed below. Please leave your feedback (comments, suggestions, ways to improve) on the priorities applicable to you. For example, if mental health and addictions is an area of interest for you, you may leave a comment in the corresponding box saying “Mental Health and Addictions Nurses (MHANs) are a valuable resource in my community and my family has benefited from having them in schools”.

You do not need to comment on each priority area.

* 7. What are YOUR top three priorities when it comes to your own health care?

* 8. What do YOU think is working well in our health care system?

* 9. What do YOU see as opportunities for improvement in our health care
system?

* 10. What do YOU see as your responsibility when it comes to your own health?

* 11. Do you identify as an Indigenous person?

* 12. Do you identify as a Francophone person?

* 13. Is there anything more you'd like to share with the HNHB LHIN in relation to your health care experiences?

We want to assure you that your responses are completely anonymous. Responses to anonymous surveys cannot be traced back to the respondent. No personally identifiable information is captured unless you voluntarily offer personal or contact  information in any of the comment fields. 

If you have any questions about the survey or would like to be included in upcoming engagement opportunities, please contact 
Maggie Irving, Manager of Stakeholder Relations and Community Engagement at Maggie.irving@lhins.on.ca

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