FLA OHT Partners

With FLA OHT partners, we are building on existing strengths and working together on the FLA OHT long-term vision, focused on the critical health needs of the FLA region and opportunities for stronger, more connected care.

FLA OHT partners come from several Networks:

  • Primary Care
  • Home and Community Care
  • Mental Health and Addictions
  • Specialists
  • Hospitals
  • Long-Term Care
  • Wellness and Equity
  • Education and Research

FLA OHT partners with other affiliations:​

  • Francophone
  • Indigenous
  • Municipalities


Primary Care

Amherstview Family Health Organization

Cataraqui Family Health Group

Great Lakes Family Health Group

Deseronto Dr. Robert Reynolds 

Frontenac Doctors (Family Health Organization)

  • Wolfe Island clinic

Greenwood Medical Centre (Family Health Organization)

Indigenous Inter-professional Primary Care Team 

Kingston Community Health Centres  includes Street Health Centre & Napanee Area Community Health Centre)

Kingston Family Health Team (Family Health Organization)

Lakelands Family Health Team

Limestone Medical Clinic

Limestone Family Health Organization

Maple Family Health Organization

Newton Family Health Group

Ontario Medical Association

Primus Health Family Health Group

Quarry Medical

Queen's Family Health Organization

Queen's University, Student Wellness Services

Queen's University, Department of Family Medicine

Rural Frontenac Lennox & Addington Health Collective

Thousand Island Family Health Organization


Réseau des services de santé en français de l'Est de l'Ontario (French Language Health Services Network of Eastern Ontario)

Partner Communication Toolkit

FLA OHT partners play an important role in building awareness and promoting the work we are doing together. For a consistent and recognizable approach, please refer to these resources:

Thank You Partners!


Would you like to become a partner of the FLA Ontario Health Team?

Does your partner group need support for a potential project?

Collaborative Decision-Making Arrangement

Our partners agree to the FLA OHT Collaborative Decision-Making Framework Agreement (CDMA).

With a goal of further addressing equity and integrating care and services for our common population, our work together is:

  • Collaborative
  • Voluntary
  • Project-based

This agreement is NOT about formal legal governance structure changes, reporting, funding or accountabilities.

Click to read the provincial guidance on CDMAs.