Lead Members and Partners

To date, 12 organizations, 6 patient/client partners and 33 clinician partners have joined the Kawartha Lakes OHT.

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Lead Members

City of Kawartha Lakes Family Health Team Logo

City of Kawartha Lakes Family Health Team serves patients throughout our community with locations in Bobcaygeon, Fenelon Falls, Lindsay, Little Britain, Omemee and Woodville.

City of Kawartha Lakes Family Health Organization

Community Care logo

Community Care City of Kawartha Lakes is a health and community support agency providing a range of services promoting health for all ages and independence of seniors and special needs clients. 

Kawartha Lakes is Ontario’s second largest single-tier municipality and proud to be a place where people are Jumping In to opportunities – whether it be to join a welcoming community, start or expand a business or simply enjoy our natural environment all year long. 

Kawartha North Family Health Team

Founded in 2006, the Kawartha North Family Health Team (FHT) is composed of physicians, nurse practitioners, and registered nursing staff supported by highly dedicated clinic coordinators and an array of allied health professionals. As a community-led FHT, our team is steered by a volunteer board of directors composed of local residents and is managed by a full-time executive director.

Ross Memorial Hospital Logo

Ross Memorial Hospital (RMH) is a 183 bed community hospital with a proud history extending back over a century. RMH is an active community hospital serving more than 80,000 local residents and 35,000 seasonal visitors. Our hospital is one of the largest employers in the region, with more than 820 staff members, 140 credentialed physicians, and close to 400 volunteers. Together, the team provides compassionate, high quality patient care to more than 45,000 emergency patients and 6000 inpatients each year.


Brock Community Health Centre Logo

Brock Community Health Centre (Brock CHC) is a new non-profit organization committed to providing quality primary health care and related services to the residents of Brock Township and surrounding areas. 

CarePartners offers health professionals a great place to work and families a great place to find high quality health care. We provide personal support workers, rehabilitation services and nursing care for patients in homes, schools, retirement homes, clinics and workplaces. Our services are available across Ontario, in both urban and rural communities.

CMHA logo

In partnership with clients, families and the community, CMHA Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge provides best practice services through education, advocacy, therapeutic supports and assistance with social determinants, to improve mental health recovery and quality of life.

Extendicare Logo

At Extendicare Kawartha Lakes, we pride ourselves on helping people live better – whether that means getting you back home or helping you transition to long-term care in comfort with compassion. Working together with you can your family, we provide comprehensive nursing, medical, therapeutic and rehabilitative care to people with a ride range of individual care needs, from clinically-complex to recovering after surgery. 

Seniors Care Network was established in 2012 to oversee the design, implementation, delivery, coordination, and ongoing improvement of specialized geriatric services (SGS) in the Central East Region of Ontario Health East. Delivered across the continuum of care, they focus on the concurrent assessment and care of older adults with complex health and social needs (e.g., individuals living with cognitive impairment/dementia, mental health & addictions concerns, and/or multiple, interacting medical conditions).


Kawartha Lakes Health Care Initiative (KLHCI) is a non-profit, charitable organization with a volunteer board of directors and one staff member.  KLHCI’s vision is that “All City of Kawartha Lakes citizens have access to a local family doctor”.  KLHCI’s mission is to “Create a healthier community by recruiting, supporting and retaining family doctors”.