Toronto Central LHIN

The Toronto Central LHIN is the only completely urban LHIN . It covers most of the city of Toronto. It has the highest concentration of health services. More than 170 health care providers providing care to 1.2 million residents and thousands more Ontarians who come to the area served by the LHIN to receive health services. The Toronto Central LHIN plan, integrate and fund these health services.




Toronto Central LHIN
425, Bloor East st., bureau 300
Toronto (Ontario) M4W 3R4

Tél. | 416.921.7453
Toll free | 1.866.383.5446
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Some facts about the Toronto Central LHIN

+ Nearly 53,375 Francophones live Toronto.

+ It’s Francophone population increases the most in Ontario .

+ The Francophone population is dispersed over the urban territory.

+ Almost half are foreign-born and nearly 75 % were born outside of Ontario.

The coordinator of services in French

Tharcisse Ntakibirora

TharcisseCanadian citizen of Burundian origin, Tharcisse Ntakibirora is a career diplomat who spent twenty years of service in the Ministry of External Relations and Cooperation of the Republic of Burundi. He headed several departments in the Central and held important positions of political and diplomatic adviser to several ministers. His position in assignments outside brought him to Kigali to New York as First Counsellor in Beijing (PRC) as Ambassador with accreditation to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (Hanoi), the Republic Democratic People’s of Korea (Pyongyang), the Republic of Korea (Seoul), and the Kingdom of Thailand (Bangkok). His last position was Ambassador Permanent Representative of Burundi to the United Nations in New York.
Tharcisse Ntakibirora has a Masters in History of Free University of Brussels (Belgium), a sales representation certificate (UNCTAD / GATT Geneva), it holds the license for marketing of insurance and investment in Ontario. He has led several community organizations in London (Ontario), administered several projects and is currently the Coordinator of French services at the local Health Integration Network (LHIN) Toronto Central.