Maps is a collection of interactive geospatial products from PHO that will focus on geographic data, providing user driven detail on spatial relationships between various data points and administrative boundaries. These products will help public health practitioners to identify and investigate patterns in local and provincial health data, and inform public health action.
Health Services Locator
The Health Services Locator map allows you to search for key health service sites and administrative health boundaries in Ontario. This includes hospitals, long-term care homes, PHO Laboratory and Regional IPAC Offices, Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) boundaries and public health unit (PHU) boundaries. The map can be searched by postal code to locate nearby services and administrative boundaries.
Municipal Alcohol Policies
The municipal alcohol policy (MAP) map allows you to search and identify
municipalities in Ontario that have reported
having policies that available /unavailable for review. It
also identifies areas were the existence of policies are unknown. You can view the map using upper and lower
tier municipal boundaries and by health
unit and local health integration networks (LHIN) boundaries. To view available policies visit the Municipal
Alcohol Policy Repository. To submit
or revise a policy complete an intake
Raw Water Contaminants
The Raw Water Contaminants map provides information from untreated water sampling programs to support risk assessments of small drinking water systems. It includes specific information on chemical contaminants relevant to public health and human health guidelines and standards.
Ontario Universal Typing of Tuberculosis (OUT-TB) Web
OUT-TB Web assists tuberculosis (TB) case management, investigation, and surveillance activities by public health units. OUT-TB Web maps reportable disease and laboratory strain-typing data with geographic information to help public health units identify related cases of TB.
Note: Access to OUT-TB Web is limited to authorized public health professionals who work in TB-control programs, have access to the iPHIS TB module and are registered users on our website. If you meet these requirements, please contact email@example.com to request access.
Browser requirements: To access and utilize the full functionality within Maps pages, it is recommended to use Internet Explorer 9 (or above) or Google Chrome internet browsers.