What We Do

The ANHP's original mandates included

  • Recruitment of health care professionals, and

  • Cross-Border (improved access to health care in Manitoba)

The Year-One (2020-21) focus of the ANHP Ontario Health Team includes

  • Mental Health and Addictions Crisis Response 

  • Home Care and Community Support Services (including supportive housing and long-term care)

  • Digital Connectivity Strategy (including privacy, quality improvement and evaluation)

  • Primary Care expansion in surrounding communities

Working Groups have been set up for all these projects, with expert local staff and leadership working towards a more seamless health care system.

Other Working Groups for the ANHP OHT include:

  • Governance/Partnership/Leadership

  • Homelessness & Housing (overlapping with Mental Health/Addictions work, supporting the Vulnerable Populations)

  • Communications


When COVID-19 started, the ANHP formed task forces comprised of expert staff from area agencies to ensure our communities' unique needs are met:

  • COVID-19 Assessment Centre & Testing​ opened March 30, beside LWDH​ and staffed by five partner agencies

  • Food Security​ - working together to ​share food supplies across the Kenora district

  • Traditional Healing - Indigenous partners are working with area elders to continue to use medicines and ceremonies in a good way, with the appropriate precautions shared from western medicine.

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All Nations Hospital Project

The All Nations Hospital Project (ANH) and the All Nations Health Partners Ontario Health Team (ANHPOHT) are two separate, yet unified initiatives.


~ The All Nations Hospital Project is the redevelopment of the Lake of the Woods District Hospital, in partnership with Kenora Chiefs Advisory. This community project is focused not only on creating an inclusive, efficient facility, staffed by compassionate and caring individuals, but also on building relationships to strengthen our collective community throughout the process. (Click the photo of the hospital, above, for more information.)

~ The All Nations Health Partners are working towards health system transformation beyond the hospital, to bring health services closer to home for people in each of our area communities. This work involves many partner organizations, and community partners, across all areas of health, including social determinants of health. 


Mamoo’kandaa oshi aakoziiwigamig. 

Working together for our new hospital.