The Ontario Regional Blood Coordinating Network (ORBCoN) was launched in 2006 by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to provide an organized and integrated approach to blood management in Ontario through the engagement of hospitals and Canadian Blood Services. ORBCoN supports the implementation of the provincial Blood Utilization Strategy through coordination of educational initiatives to facilitate the adoption of best practices for safe blood transfusion. Many of the resources found on this website were developed through the work of ORBCoN.
ORBCoN 2018-19: A Year in Review – this infographic presents a brief overview of highlights from the ORBCoN Annual Report for 2018-19.
Inspiring and facilitating best transfusion practices in Ontario
We do our work in support of our vision of appropriate and safe transfusion practices for every Ontarian, every time.
We promote optimal transfusion practices for safe patient care.
We share accountability with providers, hospital partners, the Ministry and CBS to continually improve the blood system in Ontario.
We use evidence to inform what we do, produce and share.
We cultivate relationships and support sharing knowledge and expertise for better outcomes.
We strive to produce supports that help our users achieve desired outcomes and continuously improve quality.
For more information on ORBCoN please contact your regional ORBCoN representative (see Contact Us).