The Indigenous Primary Health Care Council (IPHCC) is an Indigenous-governed and culture-based organization. Its creation is to support the advancement and evolution of Indigenous primary health care service provisions and planning in Ontario, through partnerships, education and advocacy.
Chief Executive Officer
Caroline Lidstone-Jones is Ojibway and a member of Batchewana First Nation, and resides in Toronto with her son, Tristan, and her husband Peter. As the Chief Quality Officer at Weeneebayko Area Health Authority located in the James and Hudson Bay, and former Director of the Aboriginal Cancer Care Unit, Cancer Care Ontario, Caroline has years of executive experience. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experiences in Indigenous health care, health system development, public health, primary and community care integration, and hospital administration at both the local and provincial level.