Reimagining LHSC: A new Master Plan
London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) is reimagining the future of health care. We are developing a new Master Plan which will serve as our hospital’s blueprint for how we deliver care that meets the needs of the community in 10, 20 and 30 years from now. This is the first step in a multi-year process of redevelopment.
London and Middlesex are growing, and this means that health care needs are also growing and changing. Health care technologies are advancing and the pandemic has accelerated their adoption. A new Master Plan will prepare LHSC to meet these changes and deliver the care you need well into the future.
As part of this process, we want to connect with you! We are talking to the public, community organizations, care partners, as well as staff and physicians to gather input on the future of health care at LHSC.
Everyone is invited to complete our Master Planning survey. The survey will be open until June 24 and only takes 10 minutes to complete. You have the option to complete the survey in English, French, Spanish or Arabic.
Questions? Contact us!
Questions about LHSC’s Master Planning process? Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is a Master Plan?
A Master Plan is a blueprint for how the hospital will deliver care in the future to best serve the needs of the community.
There are two parts to a Master Plan.
- A Master Program that outlines the programs needed to deliver health care services in the future.
- A Master Plan, which lays out the physical infrastructure needed to make the Master Program a reality.
We will be submitting our Master Plan to Ontario’s Ministry of Health for approval in late spring 2023. Approval is necessary to make meaningful progress on new capital projects, such as the renovation, expansion or building of facilities.
How can I get involved in the Master Planning process?
Let’s connect about what’s most important to you in the long-term future of LHSC. Please take 10 minutes to complete our public survey. The survey can be completed in English, French, Spanish, or Arabic. It will close on June 24.
How will my feedback be used in the Master Planning process?
We value your feedback on the long-term future of how health care services are delivered and the physical infrastructure needed for that delivery. Feedback from the community will help inform the development of options for our Master Plan. In early 2023, options will be brought back to the community for additional input before a final submission is made to the Ministry of Health in spring 2023.