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2016 Fellowship & CHE Convocation

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2016 Fellowship & CHE Convocation
Sunday, June 5 - OTTAWA
Remise des titres de Fellow et de CHE de 2016
Le dimanche 5 juin - OTTAWA
Sunday, June 5 / Le dimanche 5 juin
Ottawa, ON
MEMBERS OF THE FELLOWS COUNCIL /
MEMBRES DU CONSEIL DES FELLOWS
PAUL HEINRICH, CHE (CHAIR/PRESIDENT)
President & CEO, North Bay Regional Health Centre
ALICE KENNEDY, FCCHL
VP, Long Term Care/Rehab/Palliative Care/Infection
Control/Community, Eastern Health
DON JUZWISHIN, FCCHL
Director, Health Technology Assessment & Innovation
Alberta Health Services
MYLES NOËL, FCCHL
Chief Operating Officer,
COMTEX (Central Ohio Medical Textiles)
RON NOBLE, FCCHL
President and CEO , Catholic Health Association of Ontario
R LYNN STEVENSON, FCCHL
Associate Deputy Minister,
Health Services, Ministry of Health
DANIELLE SWERHONE, RN, FCCHL
Implementation Specialist,
Alberta Colorectal Screening Program
Alberta Health Services
B CHRISTINE PENNEY, FCCHL
Deputy Registrar/Director,
Policy, Practice and Quality Assurance
College of Registered Nurses BC
BRIAN SCHMIDT, FCCHL
CCHL Board Chair
Canadian College of Health Leaders
ANDREA SEYMOUR, FCCHL
COO/VP Corporate Resources
Horizon Health Network
STAFF/PERSONNEL:
RAY RACETTE, CHE
President & CEO/Président et directeur général
Fellowship Program (FCCHL)
The College Fellowship Program is the
pinnacle of our educational structure.
The FCCHL designation reflects
excellence in the field of Healthcare
leadership and a commitment to the
field. Completion of the Fellowship
Program represents a very significant
milestone in a health leader’s career.
The Fellowship Projects contribute to
both the theory and practice of health
services management in Canada. The
College currently has 67 Fellows.
A selection of Fellowship projects is
available in the members only section of
the website: www.cchl-ccls.ca.
Le Programme de Fellowship
(FCCLS)
Le Programme de fellowship du Collège
est l’apogée de sa structure de
formation. Le titre de FCCLS reflète
l’excellence dans le domaine du
leadership en services de santé et un
engagement à l’égard de la profession.
L’obtention du titre de fellow
représente un événement marquant
dans la carrière d’un leader en santé.
Les projets menés à terme dans le
cadre du Programme de fellowship
contribuent à enrichir la théorie et la
pratique de la gestion des services de
santé au Canada. Le Collège compte
actuellement 67 fellows.
Certains projets reliés au programme de
fellowship sont disponibles sur le site Web
du Collège, section des membres :
www.cchl-ccls.ca
The Fellows Council is proud to announce 1 College member received the Fellowship
designation in 2016.
Le Conseil des fellows est fier de vous présenter 1 membre du Collège ayant reçu le titre de
fellow en 2016
Ken Tremblay, FCCHL

Ken Tremblay has an HBSc in Physiology and
Pharmacology from Western and a MSc in Health
Administration from the U of T. He has been President
and CEO of five hospitals: St. Joseph’s Hospital,
Brantford; York Central Hospital, Richmond Hill;
St. Boniface General Hospital, Winnipeg; ChathamKent Health Alliance, Chatham-Kent; and,
Peterborough Regional Health Centre, Peterborough.
His career has centred on financial turnarounds,
strategic planning, quality management, governance,
organizational transformations and information
systems.
Ken was Search Consultant with The Medfall Group
where he provided executive and physician leadership
search services for healthcare clients. He is a CHE with
the Canadian College of Health Leaders and is a Fellow
of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Ken has been an active participant in many other areas
of the health care system, including provincial and
national associations, professional bodies, editorial
boards, advisory bodies and community agencies. He
has published articles and leadership interviews in
professional journals and made numerous
presentations at conferences. He has been a preceptor
to several Masters level students and a PhD candidate
and a member of the Adjunct faculty at the University
of Toronto’s Institute of Health Policy, Management
and Evaluation.
Ken has been an active with Chambers of Commerce,
the United Way, the Canadian Warplane Heritage
Museum, Peterborough Economic Development and
Rotary Clubs. He enjoys many interests – from
photography and woodworking to fine cuisine and
wine collecting. He resides in the heart of the
Kawarthas with his wife, Siobhan.
Ken Tremblay est titulaire d’un baccalauréat ès sciences
spécialisé en physiologie et en pharmacologie de l’Université
Western et une maîtrise en gestion des soins de santé de
l’Université de Toronto. Au cours de sa carrière, il a été
président-directeur général de cinq hôpitaux : l’Hôpital
St. Joseph’s, à Brantford; l’Hôpital central de York, à Richmond
Hill; l’Hôpital de Saint-Boniface, à Winnipeg; l’Hôpital
Chatham-Kent pour la santé, à Chatham-Kent; et le Centre
régional de santé de Peterborough, à Peterborough. Sa
carrière a été axée sur les revirements de la situation
financière, la planification stratégique, la gestion de la qualité,
la gouvernance, les transformations organisationnelles et les
systèmes d’information.
Tout en jouant ces rôles en tant que cadre, Ken a été conseil
en recherche de cadres pour le Medfall Group où il fournissait
des services de recherche de cadres et de médecins
gestionnaires pour des clients dans le secteur de la santé. Il
est un CHE du Collège canadien des leaders en santé et vient
de terminer son projet en vue d’obtenir le titre de fellow du
Collège, et il est fellow de l’American College of Healthcare
Executives.
Ken a œuvré dans de nombreux autres domaines liés au
secteur de la santé. Il a participé aux activités d’associations
provinciales et nationales, d’organismes professionnels, de
comités de rédaction, d’organes consultatifs et d’organismes
communautaires. Il a publié des articles et des comptes
rendus d’entrevues dans des revues professionnelles et a fait
de nombreuses présentations lors de conférences et de
congrès. Il a été le directeur de thèse de plusieurs étudiants
au niveau de la maîtrise et d’un candidat au doctorat, et il a
été professeur auxiliaire à l’institut de gestion et d’évaluation
des politiques de santé à l’Université de Toronto.
Ken a aussi été actif au sein de chambres de commerce, de
Centraide, du Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, de
Peterborough Economic Development et de clubs Rotary. Il a
de nombreux intérêts, dont la photographie, la menuiserie et
la gastronomie, et il collectionne les vins. Il habite en plein
cœur des Kawarthas avec son épouse, Siobhan.
Fellowship Project Synopsis
Résumé du projet de Fellowship
Healthcare @ The Speed of Thought:
Strategies for Transformative Leadership in a
Digital World
Healthcare @ The Speed of Thought:
Des stratégies pour un leadership transformateur dans
un monde numérique
Healthcare @ The Speed of Thought argues that the
ambient speed of healthcare’s transactions and
communication is driving a tsunami of paradigm
shifts that challenge leaders with unprecedented
content and urgency and that leaders best prepared
for this scale and speed of change will enjoy
differential success. These shifts require engaged
and skilled people willing to lead unchartered
solutions and organizational cultures primed to
support them through ever shortening change
management cycles.
Healthcare @ The Speed of Thought soutient que la rapidité
actuelle avec laquelle se déroulent les transactions et
communications dans le domaine de la santé provoque une
foule de changements de paradigme qui mettent les leaders
au défi de composer avec des contenus et une urgence sans
précédent, et que les leaders les mieux préparés à gérer un
changement de cette envergure et aussi rapide connaîtront
un succès marqué. Ces changements exigent des personnes
engagées et compétentes disposées à diriger la mise en
œuvre de solutions inexplorées, ainsi que des cultures
organisationnelles prêtes à les soutenir à travers des cycles
de gestion du changement de plus en plus courts.
Using examples, the paper makes the case that
healthcare’s future is replete with transformative,
versus tactical, change and that culture shaping will
become a defining leadership challenge.
Summarizing the literature, top leadership strategies
supporting successful transformational change are
highlighted, tangible evidence of the Systems
Transformation domain of the LEADS in a Caring
Environment framework. Further, specific attributes
are described as a means to translate theory into
practice as leaders concurrently sponsor
transformative and cultural change. A matrix of
capabilities and behaviours, as a means to map out
leadership activities associated with sponsoring a
transformative change is presented.
No challenge is more daunting than when a requisite
change collides with an organization’s dominant
culture. Transformative change is very difficult if the
existing culture is seduced by the success of its
historical performance, is rife with antibodies
imparting immunity to change or is blind to the
signals and forces reshaping the environment within
which it functions. Building cultures to thrive amidst
change is the end game of leadership. Retooling
outdated organizational cultures needs a lens
through which it can be challenged respectfully; the
leadership skills to design and support organizational
transformations; and, a means to hardwire and
sustain excellence through leadership behaviours
that concurrently value standards, compliance and
accountability.
Au moyen d’exemples, l’article fait valoir que l’avenir des
soins de santé est rempli de changements transformateurs
plutôt que tactiques, et que le façonnage de la culture
deviendra un défi déterminant du leadership. En résumant la
littérature sur le sujet, l’article met en évidence les
meilleures stratégies de leadership à l’appui du changement
transformationnel réussi, qui constituent la preuve tangible
du bien-fondé du domaine « Transformer les systèmes » du
Cadre des capacités de leadership en santé LEADS. En outre,
des attributs particuliers sont décrits comme un moyen pour
les leaders de transposer la théorie dans la pratique en
favorisant à la fois le changement transformationnel et le
changement culturel. On y trouve un schéma des capacités et
comportements pouvant servir à planifier les activités de
leadership associées à la promotion d’un changement
transformationnel.
Lorsque la culture dominante d’une organisation fait obstacle
à un changement essentiel, le défi pour un leader a de quoi
intimider. Le changement transformationnel est très difficile
à réaliser lorsque la culture existante est séduite par son
succès historique et est infestée d’éléments qui immunisent
l’organisation contre tout changement ou l’empêchent de
voir les signaux et les forces qui refaçonnent l’environnement
dans lequel elle fonctionne. Bâtir des cultures permettant
aux organisations de prospérer dans un milieu en évolution
est l’objectif ultime du leadership. Pour réoutiller les cultures
organisationnelles désuètes, il faut disposer d’un moyen de
les remettre en question de façon respectueuse; avoir les
compétences en leadership nécessaires pour concevoir et
soutenir les transformations organisationnelles; et appliquer
une stratégie pour intégrer et soutenir l’excellence par des
comportements de leader qui accordent autant de valeur aux
nomes qu’à la conformité et à la responsabilisation.
Certified Health Executive Program (CHE)
The College values and upholds the high standard of lifelong
learning and offers Canadian health leaders the CHE (Certified
Health Executive) designation. This designation signifies the
commitment to health leadership that our members possess.
Over 50% of College members are currently certified.
Achievement of the designation is the first step towards becoming
a Fellow of the Canadian College of Health Leaders, the College’s
highest level of professional recognition.
Members can earn the CHE designation through the College’s
three year e-learning program, which includes a flexible, selfdriven schedule and peer reviewed LEADS in Action project.
The CHE designation demonstrates dedication to the profession;
indicates knowledge of the latest health care leadership practices;
exemplifies commitment to lifelong learning; is a mark of
professionalism; and is becoming one of the most preferred
credential used in the recruitment of health leaders by an
increasing number of employers.
Le Programme de certification (CHE)
Le Collège croit en la valeur de l’apprentissage continu et s’efforce de
maintenir des normes élevées en offrant aux leaders en santé le titre
de CHE-Certified Health Executive (gestionnaire certifié de services de
santé). Ce titre démontre l’engagement de nos membres envers la
profession de leader en santé. Actuellement, plus de 50 % des
membres du Collège sont des CHE. La certification est la première
étape vers l’obtention du titre de fellow du Collège canadien des
leaders en santé, qui est la plus grande marque de reconnaissance
professionnelle qu’offre le Collège.
Les membres peuvent mériter le titre de CHE du Collège en suivant
le programme de cyber-apprentissage souple à terminer en trois
ans, qui comprend un horaire flexible autogéré et du projet LEADS
soumis à un examen par des pairs. Le titre CHE démontre
l’engagement de ses détenteurs envers la profession; leur
connaissance des pratiques les plus récentes en gestion des
services de santé; et leur engagement à l’égard de la profession.
Il est un des critères de premier choix qu’utilisent un nombre
croissant d’employeurs pour recruter des leaders en santé.
PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS COUNCIL /
CONSEIL DES NORMES ROFESSIONNELLES
PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS COUNCIL
Col DANIEL FARRIS, CHE (CHAIR/PRESIDENT)
Commander
Canadian Forces Health Services
B CHRISTINE PENNEY, FCCHL
Deputy Registrar/Director, Policy, Practice and Quality
Assurance
College of Registered Nurses BC
MARK FAM, CHE
CHE Program Committee Chair
Program Director, Strategy and Diagnostics
North York General Hospital
KATHERINE CHUBBS, CHE
Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer
Eastern Health
St. John’s, NL
JOHN PATCAI, CHE
Medical Consultant
St. Joseph Health Centre
MARCY SAXE-BRAITHWAITE, CHE
Consultant
Creative Minds Consultant
ANDREW MACDOUGALL, CHE
Administrator
Health PEI
BRYAN HERECHUK, CHE
CAC Representative
Hamilton Health Sciences
Manager, Special Projects & Integration, Diagnostic Services
TINA SMITH, (EX-OFFICIO)
Director, MHSc Health Administration Program,
Department of HPME
University of Toronto
STAFF/PERSONNEL:
SYLVIE DELIENCOURT, BSocSc
Director, Certification, Leadership Development and
Chapter Support/Directrice, Programme de certification,
développement en leadership et soutien aux chapitres
The CHE Program is administered by the
Professional Standards Council which
provides strategic directions for the
professional designation programs (CHE
and FCCHL), the Maintenance of
Certification (MOC) program, leadership
capabilities, and professional leadership
programs for certified and noncertified
members. The Council ensures high
professional standards and continuous
quality improvement for the professional
designation programs.
CONSEIL DES NORMES
PROFESSIONNELLES
Le programme « CHE » est administré par
le Conseil des normes professionnelles
qui fournit les directions stratégiques aux
programmes de désignations
professionnelles (CHE et FCCLS), le
programme de Maintien de certification
(MDC), les compétences professionnelles
et les programmes de développement
professionnel pour les membres certifiés
et non-certifiés du Collège. Le Conseil
garanti de hautes normes
professionnelles et une amélioration de
qualité continue pour les programmes de
désignation professionnels.
We are proud to announce that 130 College members received the CHE designation in 2015-2016
Nous somme fiers de vous présenter les 130 membres du Collège qui ont reçu le titre de CHE en 2015-2016.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Quebec
Bonnie Cochrane, CHE
Director, Partner Development & Coach, Huron
Canada Advisors Limited d/b/a,
Studer Group Canada
David Calderisi, CHE
AVP - Administrative Services,
Institut universitaire en santé mentale
Heather Pollett, CHE
Policy and Program Analyst,
Canadian Mental Health Association, NL Division
Bluenose
Maureen Connolly, CHE
Compensation Manager Academic Funding Plans,
Doctorsns
Richard Gibson, CHE *
Chief, Department of Family Practice (Halifax,
Eastern Shore, West Hants),
Nova Scotia Health Authority
Hans Lafford, CHE
Utilization Management Coordinator,
Nova Scotia Health Authority
LeeAnn Larocque, CHE
Director, Children's Surgical and Critical Care,
IWK Health Centre
Michelle LeDrew, CHE
Director, Women’s and Newborn Health Program,
IWK Health Centre
Amal Abdel Magid, CHE
Quality and Patient Safety Leader,
Capital Health Nova Scotia
Anne Mason-Browne, CHE
President/CEO,
Nova Scotia Hearing Speech Centres
Christine Pritchett, CHE
Patient Safety Consultant,
IWK Health Centre
Lisa Pyke, CHE
Liaison Officer,
Canadian Agency for Drugs & Technologies in
Health (CADTH)
Susan Drouin, CHE
Associate Director of Nursing,
McGill University Health Centre
Lt. Commander Nicholas Gauthier, CHE **
Commandant,
Health Service Centre Valcartier
André Grenier, CHE **
Commandant de clinique des services de santé,
Forces canadiennes
Anh Nguyen, CHE
Chief Pharmacist, Vigi Santé
Greater Toronto Area
Ali Abid, CHE
Patient Care Manager,
William Osler Health System
Lency Abraham, CHE
Student, University of Toronto (Former Strategy
Analyst, William Osler Health Science)
Hilary Agyemang, CHE
Supervisor, Client Services - Contact Centre,
Community Care Access Centre
Arshia Ali, CHE
Student, University of Toronto (Project Coordinator,
Evidence Development, Standard Branch,
Health Quality Ontario)
Meera Balasubramaniam, CHE
Case Manager,
Canadian Mental Health Association
Binod Baral, CHE
Infection Control Practitioner,
Rouge Valley Health System
Jaclyn Bell, CHE
Director Medical Administration,
Markham Stouffville Hospital
Greater Toronto Area
Greater Toronto Area
Christian Buendia, CHE
Patient Care Manager,
Scarborough Hospital
Steven Fry, CHE
Senior Manager,
Shared Services West
Olga Buz, CHE
Resident Services Consultant,
Sienna Senior Living Inc.
Sheila Gallagher, CHE
Clinical Manager,
Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
Jillian Chandler, CHE
Innovation Project Manager,
University Health Network – Elizabeth Street
Marc Gordon, CHE
IMS Program Lead,
Association of Ontario Health Centres
Durvasa Chattergoon, CHE
Manager, Corporate Communications,
Planning & Partnerships,
Toronto East General Hospital
Shannon Goudie, CHE **
Commanding Officer / Clinic Manager,
Canadian Forces Health Service
Wendy Cheung, CHE
Clinical Team Manager Cardiology,
North York General Hospital
Rosemarie Clarke, CHE
Research Nurse Manager,
University Health Network
Sarah Coyle, CHE
Manager, Division of Medical Oncology and
Hematology,
Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Anne Davies, CHE
Manager, Medical Affairs Office,
Scarborough Hospital
Alicia Dean, CHE
Student, University of Toronto (Hospital Case
Manager, Toronto CCAC)
Melissa De Jesus, CHE
Public Health Nurse, Toronto Public Health
Joanne Dykeman, CHE
Executive Vice President Operations, Long Term
Care, Sienna Senior Living Inc.
Nataly Farshait, CHE
Director of Infection Prevention and Control,
Humber River Regional Hospital
Jonathan Fetros, CHE
Clinical Leader/Manager - Diabetes & Renal
Transplant Program,
St. Michael's Health Centre
Alexandra Hill-Mann, CHE
Diversity Projects Coordinator,
William Osler Health System
Nazlin Hirji, CHE *
Director of Continuing Education,
Humber College
Rebecca Ho, CHE
IHPME - M.H.Sc. Health Admin Student,
University of Toronto
Ethan Holtzer, CHE
Administrator,
Dialysis Management Clinics
Zahra Ismail, CHE
Clinical Team Manager,
North York General Hospital
Christopher Jackson, CHE
Marketing Manager,
Therapure Biopharma Inc.
Hardeep Johal Bhatha, CHE
Project Manager,
Trillium Health Partners
Ashif Kassam, CHE
Senior Program Consultant,
Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Marianne Knight, CHE
Director, Information and Communication
Technology,
Surrey Place Centre
Michael Lacroix, CHE
Vice President Corporate Services & CFO,
Collingwood General and Marine Hospital
Greater Toronto Area
Greater Toronto Area
Angela Lee, CHE
Student, University of Toronto (Project Manager,
Strategic Delivery Partnership, SIMS, University
Health Network)
Sandra Racco Cella, CHE
Student, University of Toronto (Former, VP, Clinical
Operations, Central CCAC)
Jody Levac, CHE
President & CEO,
Stevenson Memorial Hospital
Meghan MacDonald, CHE
Director, Patient Support Centre,
Medcan Health Management
Taylor Martin, CHE
Project Manager - Clinical Integration,
St. Joseph’s Health Centre
Tom Martin, CHE
Health Promoter,
Peel Public Health
Stephen Mathew, CHE
Associate Trainer & Consultant,
Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
Joanne Maxwell, CHE
Project Manager, Clinical Adoption: Collaborative
Practice,
Holland Bloorview Kid’s Rehabilitation Hospital
Kathryn Mayer, CHE
Senior Analyst,
Ontario Medical Association
Scott McIntaggart, CHE
Senior Vice President,
University Health Network - University
Emily Myers, CHE
Program Lead, Patient Reported Performance
Measurement,
Ontario Hospital Association
Lina Neves-Mera, CHE
Student, University of Toronto (Former Social
Worker, The Ottawa Hospital)
Nicholas Persichino, CHE
Junior Financial Analyst,
Northern Ontario School of Medicine
Samantha Plested, CHE
Business Catalyst,
Saint Elizabeth Health Care
Karen Redpath, CHE
Manager Nursing,
Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre
Swapnil Rege, CHE
Clinic Director,
Lifemark
Jeffrey Renaud, CHE
Administrator,
Ritz Lutheran Villa
Lorrie Reynolds, CHE
Director/Deputy Chief of Nursing,
Southlake Regional Health Centre
Taryn Ridsdale, CHE
Policy and Stakeholder Relations Advisor,
Association of Ontario Health Centres
Voytek Roszuk, CHE
Senior Director, Negotiations and Implementation,
Ontario Medical Association
Robert Royer, CHE
Administrative Coordinator, Research,
Women’s College Hospital
Robyn Saccon, CHE
Corporate Associate,
Local Health Integration Network
Adam Saporta, CHE
Patient Care Manager,
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Sandro (Antonio) Serino, CHE
Funding & Policy Consultant, Financial Analytics
and System Performance Ontario Hospital
Association
Maria Shier, CHE
Consultant,
M. Shier Consulting
Donelda Sooley, CHE
Regional Rehabilitation Coordinator,
Royal Victoria Regional Heath Centre
Cristina Taranto, CHE
Senior Advisor, Medical Administration,
Trillium Health Partners
Greater Toronto Area
Eastern Ontario
Aliya Tharani, CHE
Student, University of Toronto (Former Registered
Nurse, Multi-Organ Transplant, Hospital for Sick
Children)
Natalie Clavel, CHE
Anesthesiologist
Toronto Western Hospital
Vu Kiet Tran, CHE
Emergency Physician,
University Health Network (Elizabeth Street)
Kathleen Fitzpatrick, CHE
Director, Medical Administration,
Providence Healthcare
Candace Tse, CHE
Project Manager,
East Toronto Health Link
Stéphanie Girard, CHE
Director, Marketing, Communications & Community
Engagement,
Bruyère Continuing Care
Ilona Turczyn, CHE
Clinical Team Manager,
North York General Hospital
Cher Goulet, CHE **
Chief of Staff, 1 Dental Unit,
Canadian Forces
Jennifer Vachhrajani, CHE
Clinical Nurse Specialist, Neurosurgical Outreach,
St. Michael’s Hospital
Stella Johnson, CHE
Manager, Emergency Department,
Peterborough Regional Health Centre
Haley Walsh, CHE
Student, University of Toronto (Policy Analyst,
Primary Health Care Branch, Ontario Ministry of
Health and Long Term Care)
Jonah Marek, CHE
Physician,
Bruyère Continuing Care
Xiyuan (Siuwin) Wang, CHE
Student, University of Toronto (Manager, Decision
Support & Health Information,
Mississauga Halton CCAC
Dionne Sinclair, CHE *
Director, Complex Continuing Care Program,
Bruyère Continuing Care
Northwestern Ontario
Elaine Widgett, CHE
Operations Manager,
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital
Heather Murchison, CHE
Director, Health System Development & Integration,
North West Local Health Integration Network
Ifat Witz, CHE
Clinical Manager-Forensic Program,
Ontario Shores for Mental Health Sciences
Southwestern Ontario
Eastern Ontario
Nancy Kay, CHE
Director of Pharmacy,
Chatham-Kent Health Alliance
Ellen Alie, CHE
Manager, Quality, Risk and Client Experience,
Champlain Community Care Access Centre
Michele Bellows, CHE
VP Patient Care Services and CNE,
Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital
Sami Bismarji, CHE
Controller, Financial Planning & Analysis,
Telus Health
Andrew Mes, CHE
Integrated Director/Clinical Informatics,
London Health Sciences Centre
Emily Powell, CHE
Speech-Language Pathologist,
Grey Bruce Health Services
Catherine Statton, CHE
(formerly Regional Lead, South West CCAC)
Neon Lights
Manitoba
Dean Blanchard, CHE
President,
Robinson’s Pharmacy Group
Linda Forward, CHE **
Base Surgeon,
23 Canadian Forces Health Services Center
Karen Hill, CHE
Chief Nursing Officer,
MICs Group of Health Services
Brenda Martinussen, CHE
Clinical Team Manager,
Interlake Eastern Regional Health Authority
Karen Raybould, CHE
Manager Clinical Services,
North East Community Care Access Centre
(NECCAC)
Assiniboia
Hamilton & Area
Deborah Carr, CHE
Epidemiologist,
Oxford County
Katelyn Facey, CHE
Student,
McMaster University – Hamilton
Richard Ferron, CHE
Deputy Chief, Operations,
Niagara Emergency Medical Services
Jacqueline Holzmann, CHE
Director Integrated Primary Health Services,
Sunrise Health Region
Northern Alberta
Aisha Greene, CHE
Policy Advisor,
Alberta Health
Brenda Rebman, CHE
President & CEO,
Futures Resource Partners Inc.
BC Lower Mainland
Jean-Marie Fiala, CHE
President,
MRI Marketing & Business Development Inc.
Juliet Batke, CHE
Student, University of Toronto (Consultant, J.
Batke Consulting)
Peter Kagoma, CHE
VP Academic Affairs,
Niagara Health System
Rakesh Calton, CHE
Director & Professor,
Aureus University School of Medicine
Cathy Turner, CHE
Director of Administration/Department of Surgery,
McMaster University-Hamilton
Connie Chong, CHE
Registrar/Executive Director,
College of Opticians of British Columbia
Zahava Uddin, CHE
Manager, Performance Solutions,
GE Healthcare
Ross Gibson, CHE
Managing Consultant,
Beech Consulting Services
Lynda van Dreumel, CHE
Advisor, Health System Transformation,
Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant - Local Health
Integration Network
Marian Heemskerk, CHE
Director of Community Care,
Elim Christian Care Society
Amirrtha Srikanthan, CHE
BC Cancer Agency
BC Lower Mainland
Pamela Thorsteinsson, CHE
Leader, Clinical Standardization and Integrated
Plan of Care,
Fraser Health Authority – Surrey
Catherina van Beek, CHE
Student,
UBC School of Public & Population Health
Angela Wolff, CHE
Director, Clinical Education,
Fraser Health Authority – Surrey
Vancouver Island
Colleen Butcher, CHE
Manager, Seniors and Spiritual Health,
Island Health Authority
Norman Peters, CHE
Executive Director, Surgery, Heart Health and
Residential Care,
Island Health Authority
Christina Vuksic, CHE
Chief Care Transformation and Health,
Island Health Authority – Victoria
Midnight Sun
Dallas Smith, CHE
Project Manager - System Improvement and
Integration,
Yukon Department of Health and Social Services
* Graduates of the EXTRA Program, a partnership
with the Canadian Foundation for Health
Improvement (CFHI) / Diplômés du programme
FORCES, un partenariat avec la Fondation
canadienne pour l’amélioration des services de
santé (FCASS)
** Canadian Forces / Forces canadiennes
Strategic Alliances/Partnerships
The College has developed a number of strategic alliances/partnerships with universities and other
organizations that offer educational programs complementary to the Certified Health Executive (CHE)
program as well as the Fellowship program.
The College alliances are with the following organizations / institutions:
Alliances stratégiques/Partenariats
Le Collège a établi plusieurs alliances stratégiques/partenariats avec des universités et des organisations
dont les programmes d’enseignement complètent ses propres programmes de certification.
Le Collège a des alliances avec les organisations / institutions suivantes :
CHE Strategic Alliances & Partnerships
Employers
Academic
Organizations
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292 Somerset West/ouest, Ottawa, ON
T 613-235-7218 - F 613-235-5451 www.cchl-ccls.ca
Vision
Advancing leadership, shaping
health systems.
Vision
Mission
To develop, promote, advance
and recognize excellence in
health leadership.
Values
Excellence; Commitment;
Integrity; Life-long Learning;
Collaboration; Accountability;
and Public Service.
Faire progresser le leadership,
façonner les systèmes de santé.
Mission
Notre mission est le
développement, la promotion,
l’avancement et la
reconnaissance de l’excellence
en leadership dans le secteur de
la santé.
Valeurs
Excellence; Engagement;
Intégrité; Éducation
permanente; Collaboration;
Responsabilités; et Service
public.
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