About Our Region



The Mississauga Halton LHIN covers approximately 900 square kilometres and includes the municipalities of South Etobicoke, Mississauga, Halton Hills, Oakville, and Milton.

Additional LHIN Resources:

There are seven health sub-regions identified by the Mississauga Halton LHIN, based on existing care patterns.

Health Sub-RegionMunicipalities and Communities
Halton HillsActon
Ashgrove
Boston
Delrex
Georgetown
Glen Williams
Hornby
Limehouse
Marywood Meadows
Moore Park
Norval
Scotch Block
Silver Creek
Speyside
Stewarttown
Whaley's Corners
Wildwood
Milton401 Industrial Area
Beaty
Bowes
Bronte Meadows
Clarke
Coates
Cobden
Dempsey
Derry Green Industrial
Dorset Park
Esquesing
Fallingbrook
Ford
Forest Grove
Harrison
Milton Heights
Mountain View
Nassagaweya
Nelson
Old Milton
Scott
Timberlea
Trafalgar
Valley View
Walker
Willmott
OakvilleBronte
Bronte Creek
Central Oakville
Clearview—Sherwood Heights
College Park
Falgarwood
Ford
Glen Abbey
Joshua Creek
Morrison
Old Oakville
Queen Elizabeth
River Oaks
Rural Oakville
Southwest Oakville
Wedgewood Creek
West Oak Trails
West Oakville
Westmount
Winston Park
North West MississaugaLisgar
Meadowvale South
Meadowvale Village
Meadowvale West
Riverview
Streetsville
Vista Heights
South West MississaugaBirchwood
Clarkson
Erin Mills
Erindale
Erindale Woodlands
Glen Leven
Lorne Park
Lorne Park Estates
Meadow Wood
Park Royal
Rattray Park Estates
Sheridan Homelands
Sheridan Park
Sherwood Forrest
Snider
East MississaugaApplewood Acres
Applewood Heights
Applewood Hills
Britannia
Burnhamthorpe
Cooksville
Dixie
Fairview
Lakeview
Markland Woods
Mississauga Valley
Orchard Heights
Port Credit
Shep
Summerville
South EtobicokeAlderwood
Eringate—Centennial—West Deane
Etobicoke West Mall
Islington—City Centre West*
Long Branch
Markland Wood
Princess—Rosethorn

* area extends into the Toronto Central LHIN


Mississauga Halton LHIN – Boundary Description

The Mississauga Halton LHIN boundaries have been defined primarily by upper and lower-tier municipality borders. As a result, in many places the boundaries do not follow roads.

Upper-tier municipalities included in the Mississauga Halton LHIN:

Parts of:

  • Halton
  • Peel
  • GTA

Northern Boundary:
Note: The northern boundary of the Mississauga Halton LHIN follows mostly the borders of the upper-tier municipality of Halton and lower-tier municipality of Mississauga.

From just north of the Nassagaweya/Puslinch Town Line and Arkell Road – moving west to east:

  • East along a line that becomes Eramosa/Milton Town Line (jogs south to avoid Eden Mills)
  • East along the Eramosa-Milton Town Line which becomes Highway 7 East
  • East on Hwy 7 to the Eramosa-Erin Town Line. Continue on the Erin-Halton Town Line East to Winston Churchill Blvd.
  • South on Winston Churchill Blvd to Hwy 407
  • The boundary follows the Mississauga municipal boundary east, which runs just south of the Hwy 407 to Hurontario (Hwy 10)
  • South on Hurontario to Hwy 401
  • East on Hwy 401 to Eglinton Avenue
  • East on Eglinton Ave. to Islington Ave.

Eastern Boundary:
Note: The boundary does not follow major roads as it was designed to accommodate an entire Census Tract (CT). Census tracts are small statistical subdivisions designed to be relatively permanent. Census tracts typically have between 2 500 and 8 000 people and to be homogeneous with respect to population characteristics, economic status, and living conditions. Census tracts never cross county boundaries and the size varies depending on the density of the population. They are designed to be fixed to allow comparisons over time but are occasionally split or combined to reflect significant changes in geography.

From Islington Avenue and Eglinton Avenue:

  • South on Islington Avenue to the Gardiner Expressway
  • West on the Gardiner Expressway past Kipling Avenue to the railway tracks just east of Wickman Road
  • Follow the rail tracks south until they intersect with the east/west rail line (at the top of 26th Street).
  • Continue south on 26th Street to Carnation Avenue
  • East on Carnation Avenue to 24th Street
  • South on 24th Street to Lakeshore Blvd
  • East on Lakeshore Blvd. to 23rd Street
  • South on 23rd Street to Lake Ontario

Southern Boundary:

  • From the East, the southern boundary runs along the lake shore from 23rd Street in Toronto to Burloak Drive in Burlington.

Western Boundary:
Note: The western boundary has been defined primarily by upper and lower-tier municipality borders. As a result, in many places the boundaries do not follow roads.

From the south at Burloak Drive and Lake Ontario moving north:

  • North on Burloak Drive to Upper Middle Road, continue north in the same direction (not following the road) until Tremaine Road
  • Continue north on Tremaine Road past Hwy 407 to the 1st Sideroad / Burnhamthorpe Road West
  • West on 1st Sideroad until it ends
  • At the end of 1st Sideroad, turn north (does not follow a road) until Bell School Line
  • Continue on Bell School Line to Derry Road
  • West on Derry Road to Milburough Town Line
  • North on Milburough Town Line to Hwy 401 (Milburough Town Line ends)
  • Continue straight north from the end of Milburough Town Line, across Hwy 401 to Nassagaweya/Puslinch Town Line
  • Continue north on the Nassagaweya/Puslinch Town Line (which continues intermittently north as a road). The LHIN boundary essentially follows this road as a straight line to just north of Arkell Road
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