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Regional Cancer Programs

Regional Cancer Programs are networks of hospitals and other agencies involved in providing cancer prevention, screening, diagnostic, treatment and support services within each of the province’s 14 Local Health Integration Networks. Each one is led by a Cancer Care Ontario Regional Vice-President.

About Regional Cancer Programs

Created and funded by Cancer Care Ontario, Regional Cancer Programs are responsible for implementing provincial standards and programs for cancer care and making sure service providers meet the requirements and targets set out in their partnership agreements with Cancer Care Ontario. Regional Cancer Programs respond to local cancer issues, coordinate care across local and regional healthcare providers, and work to continually improve access to care, wait times and quality.

Find a Regional Cancer Program

See information for each Regional Cancer Program, including cancer trend statistics, service partners, and current leadership and clinical lead details.