What We Do

The Regional Geriatric Program (RGP) of Toronto is focused on achieving better health outcomes for frail older adults across the healthcare system.

Supporting healthcare providers in their delivery of specialized geriatric services across our local network of 25 participating organizations

Collaborating and connecting with our system partners, such as Ontario’s Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (MOHLTC), Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs), Health Quality Ontario (HQO), and the Regional Geriatric Programs of Ontario on provincial initiatives

Engaging directly with older adults and their caregivers so that we can advocate for health system change that reflects their real challenges

Who We Are

We are the trusted leader in the care of older adults living with frailty, and are sought out by providers, care seekers, and policymakers.

Caring with Integrity
We are a generous partner in senior friendly care, collaborating with all stakeholders to provide trustworthy information, advocacy, and support.

Frailty Focused
We are the experts in specialized services for older adults living with frailty. We speak with a clear voice, focused on evidence-based care.

Ahead of Our Time
We innovate bold solutions to complex care problems, and drive system change to advance the quality of care for older adults living with frailty.

Capacity Building
With a holistic approach, we build capacity by providing essential educational resources.

Our Vision

Better health outcomes for frail seniors.

Our Mission

We support health care providers in the delivery of interprofessional, senior-friendly, and evidence-based care that optimizes the function and independence of seniors and supports aging in place.

Our Mandate

System level coordination and performance management of regional specialized geriatric services.

Research and evaluation on best practices for senior friendly, frailty-focused care.

Capacity Building
Empower and support providers, persons and families to build better health outcomes for frail seniors.

Advocacy on issues to build better health outcomes for frail seniors.

How We Are Governed

We are a not-for-profit corporation governed by a Board of Directors, funded by and accountable to the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN). The Board sets our vision, mission, and policies, and supervises the affairs of the corporation.

30 Years Of Experience