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Team discussion

Working together for better health care.

Ontario Health Teams (OHTs) are a new model of health-care delivery that puts patients, families and caregivers at the centre of the health-care system. ​The Frontenac, Lennox & Addington Ontario Health Team (FLA OHT) is working toward providing more efficient, integrated and equitable health care to the people of the FLA region.

A map of the Frontenac, Lennox and Addington region

Our Region

The Frontenac, Lennox and Addington (FLA) region includes Kingston, Napanee and surrounding rural communities - encompassing Gananoque to the east, Deseronto to the west, and Denbigh to the north.

Population: 226,100 residents


Thank you for joining the discussion and sharing your stories! 

Your participation is part of the solution. 


The FLA OHT Strategic Plan is in development. Stay tuned! Learn more.

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The FLA OHT Portal for Participants and Partners

The repository to store and access working groups info and other OHT resources. Contact your group for access or contact us.

Extra! Extra! Read all about it!

The FLA OHT Newsletter will bring you updates and highlights of the great work of your Ontario Health Team. 

Primary Care Providers needed!

Many primary care clinics in our region are recruiting family physicians, as well as nurse practitioners for locum positions. 

All information on this website is not available in French; however, we are in the process of translating content. Thank you for your understanding.

With deep respect and humility, we acknowledge that the FLA OHT is located on the traditional territories of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee and Huron-Wendat Nations, as well as the territories of other rural and urban Indigenous community members including Métis, Inuit, and other First Peoples from across the Turtle Island. We stand upon land that carries the footsteps of Peoples of Indigenous ancestry who have been here for thousands of years. We have an opportunity to learn from each other, improve relationships and promote respect for the past, present and future. We are thankful to share, learn, work, play and grow on these lands as we work together to build a new health-care system that will be inclusive and equal for all.

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