Chronicle of Events - 2009.

 

2009

March 18

Bob Dechert, Member of Parliament for Mississauga-Erindale, Ontario, announced on behalf of Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of Health, that the Government of Canada is supporting a new project at Credit Valley that will help citizens in the Mississauga area determine whether they have type 2 diabetes or are at high risk of developing the disease. Participants aged 40 to 74 will complete a CANRISK questionnaire that will assess their risk of developing diabetes. After completing the questionnaire, a blood test is taken. In addition to informing those who test positive for the disease, health officials will also advise those participants who have sufficiently elevated blood glucose (sugar) levels that they have a “pre-diabetes” condition and are at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes. (more»)

April 14

President and CEO, Michelle E. DiEmanuele announces a new senior leadership structure based on the existing program management triumvirate whose mandate is to ensure that everything we do relates directly to optimizing patient care and safety. The refreshed program management model will strengthen and build on our existing patient care delivery model and be positioned more effectively to support patient service and implementation of new, changing or expanded programs.  This will be achieved through the collaborative efforts of nursing, physicians, allied health professionals, program leaders and the Program Management Council.

June 11

Joanne Rogers, CA has been elected the chair of The Credit Valley Hospital Board of Directors at the hospital’s annual general meeting today. Ms. Rogers is a partner with Grant Thornton LLP. Her practice focuses on publicly accountable organizations including the government sector, not for profit organizations and publicly listed entities.
Ms. Rogers has served on the Board since 2003 and has held the positions of treasurer and chair of the audit committee. (more»)

July 30

Harinder Takhar, Minister of Government Services and Mississauga-Erindale MPP, hospital officials and construction workers celebrated the ‘topping off’ of Credit Valley Hospital’s redevelopment project by taking part in the last concrete pour. Topping off is a building site tradition that signifies when the highest point of the building has been reached. (more»)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 


 

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