The Champlain Regional Stroke Network (CRSN) is one of 11 stroke networks in Ontario. Regional stroke networks are a part of the Ontario Stroke System and are accountable for the leadership, development, implementation and coordination of stroke care within their region and the provision of stroke care based on best practices and evidence. The CRSN is a key healthcare partner supporting coordination of stroke care throughout the Champlain LHIN and across all points in the stroke care continuum.
Fewer strokes. Better outcomes.
To continuously improve stroke prevention, care, recovery and re-integration.
EQUITY AND COMPREHENSIVENESS:
Our activities will be aligned with the health interests of all Ontarians and in doing so will improve access to the care continuum and respect the diversity of the population we serve.
ACCOUNTABILITY AND INTEGRITY:
We will demonstrate accountability and integrity in all of our activities and in the use and management of public resources.
TRANSPARENCY AND ENGAGEMENT:
We will foster and demonstrate a culture of responsive, interactive, open and respectful communication and collaboration.
LEARNING AND PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT:
We will contribute to and apply evidence and knowledge, advance new ideas and take action to continuously improve the stroke system.
LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION:
We will look to the future, embrace change and innovation, challenge the status quo, grow more leaders and through partnership build capacity.
The Champlain LHIN
Champlain LHIN is home to 1.3 million residents, close to 10% of Ontario’s population. It encompasses a large geographical area that includes Renfrew County, the City of Ottawa, Prescott & Russell, Stormont Dundas & Glengarry, North Grenville, and North Lanark. Included in the map below are the key stroke service providers within the Champlain LHIN, along with their respective stroke services.