• Athabasca University
  • Centennial College
  • Conestoga College
  • D’Youville College
  • Durham College
  • Fanshawe College
  • George Brown College
  • Georgian College
  • Humber College
  • Laurentian University
  • McMaster University
  • The Michener Institute
  • Mohawk College
  • Mount Royal University
  • Ryerson University
  • Sault College
  • Seneca College
  • St. Lawrence College
  • St. Clair College
  • Trent University
  • University of Calgary

Health care partners and networks 

Central West Self Management Program (CWSMP)

Supported by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, the CWSMP is a tremendous resource for people living with, or at risk for, chronic conditions. Osler promotes the program among patients with conditions such as complex diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease and chronic pain.

Cardiac Care Network of Ontario (CCN)

Osler is a CCN Partner for purposes of planning, coordinating and monitoring the provision of cardiac services.

Central West Local Health Integration Network (CW-LHIN)

The LHIN is designated by the Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care. As of May 31, 2017, Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) became part of the LHIN so that home and community care services are now provided through local networks like the CW-LHIN. In addition to delivering and coordinating in-home and community-based care, LHINs plan, integrate and fund local health care. 

Physicians and staff continue to work collaboratively with the CW-LHIN to discharge patients and help plan resources available to them when they return to the community.

Family Health Team

In partnership with McMaster University’s Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, Brampton Civic Hospital is home to the Family Medicine Teaching Centre, which provides medical residents the opportunity to train in the hospital with Osler’s Family Physicians and Specialists and gain experience in a family medicine clinical setting. Specialty rotations include Geriatric Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Paediatrics, Palliative Care, and Rural Family Medicine.

Headwaters Health Care Centre

Headwaters Health Care Centre (Headwaters) operates two sites – Headwaters Orangeville, an 87-bed acute and complex continuing care facility and Headwater Shelburne, which offers outpatient services including diabetes education, x-ray, and speech language pathology.

Osler and Headwaters collaborate and partner on a number of initiatives to improve access to services for area residents. Of note:

  • Weekly satellite oncology clinics by Osler medical oncologists
  • Osler functions as the regional paediatric and obstetrical centre for Headwaters
  • Transfers to Osler from Headwaters for patients with mental health and/or substance use disorders
  • Telemedicine service with Headwaters’ ICU for patient consultation/assessment
  • Some transfers from Headwaters to Osler for hip surgeries
  • Contract with Headwaters to provide all Histology/Surgical Pathology, Cytology, Hematopathology, and Flow Cytometry testing

Mississauga Halton/Central West Regional Cancer Program

One of 14 regional cancer programs created by Cancer Care Ontario to ensure patients receive high quality services close to home.

St. Michael’s Hospital and University Health Network

As a Regional Kidney Wellness Centre, Osler helps to counsel and prepare kidney transplant patients for their surgical procedure at one of these two facilities.


Osler partners with the local Telehomecare Program (funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care) which links patients from home to registered nurses at Brampton Civic Hospital or Etobicoke General Hospital. Using telephone and internet communication, nurses monitor and support people to manage conditions such as heart failure or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and Chronic Heart Failure (CHF). 

West GTA Stroke Network

(Regional Stroke Centre - Trillium Health Partners)

So long as the person’s type of stroke meets certain conditions, the ambulance team will take them directly to Trillium to be assessed for thrombolytic therapy (t-PA) or other possible stroke treatment.  If they are well enough, Osler area residents who do not receive t-PA are transferred to the Emergency Department of Brampton Civic Hospital or Etobicoke General Hospital.


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