You don't appreciate the Canadian system then, especially in Ontario.
The closest comparison I can make with a straight face, is the former East Germany. Our healthcare workers work very closely with the police apparatus here along with our education and corporate executives/HR. Just as the Easy Germans did with the Stasi. You better not be considered an "undesirable" here.
This arrangement, which of course circumvents our Charter and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, is what the police apparatus would refer to as working with one of their "partners". The catch-all reference they apply to any covert assistance in our system but don't want to be specific so as to expose to citizens how creepy their system really is. This, on top of already poor resource allocation.
You will receive good healthcare if approved by the apparatus, they will keep an eye on you when you are here, determine the quality of delivery and embroilment in your pursuit of appropriate care.
You can use your own imagination on just what "partnering" of our healthcare with police forces would entail. I went almost a year trying to correct my birth certificate (they told me I didn't exist as legally named, as shown on my baptism records) so I could obtain my healthcard and correct a major pain in my lower stomach/prostate.