Mississauga/West Toronto (FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) – Janet Davidson, O.C. and Michelle DiEmanuele, presidents and CEOs of Trillium Health Centre and The Credit Valley Hospital respectively, are pleased to announce the appointment of Morag McLean as shared vice-president, people services and organizational effectiveness.
McLean is strongly committed to leadership, learning, innovation, diversity, inclusiveness and employee engagement. Over the years, with progressive roles and increasing scope of responsibility, McLean has demonstrated great success in leading and managing strategic, cultural and system change across large complex public service environments.
McLean has held a variety of senior level positions in the Ontario Public Service including in the Ministry of the Solicitor General, Management Board Secretariat, the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Cabinet Office, and the Ministry of Government Services. In her former role as Assistant Deputy Minister, Centre for Leadership and Learning, McLean was responsible for fostering an enterprise-wide leadership and management culture.
Finding innovative ways to create a sustainable and supportive health care environment for our patients and families, Trillium and Credit Valley have already begun the complex task of aligning, and where appropriate, integrating services to create a consistent standard of care, expediting the delivery of care and creating centres of excellence for our patients while, at the same time, doing our best to curb escalating health care costs.
“Although we are two separate organizations, we have always worked together to provide our Mississauga and South Etobicoke communities with the best care,” says Davidson. “That's why we are doing what we can to align and integrate our services where appropriate.”
One area in which the partnership between Trillium and Credit Valley is unfolding is through shared administrative roles. The two already share a chief information officer and now share a vice president of people services and organizational effectiveness, as well as shared director positions in strategic planning, ethics, pharmacy, diagnostic imaging and laboratory services.
About The Credit Valley Hospital
The Credit Valley Hospital provides excellent community based patient and family centred care to the people of Mississauga and the surrounding region and is also a highly respected regional provider of cancer, maternal/child care, genetics and renal dialysis programs. In January 2010, the hospital introduced its Strategic Plan 2010 – 2015 to align acute care services to the patients we are serving today and will serve tomorrow. The Credit Valley Hospital has consistently achieved the highest awards from Accreditation Canada meeting national safety and patient care standards.
For more information visit CVH website at www.cvh.on.ca
About Trillium Health Centre
Trillium Health Centre is one of Canada’s largest academically-affiliated tertiary care hospitals with highly-specialized regional programs in advanced cardiac, vascular, stroke, neurosciences, orthopaedic and sexual assault/domestic violence services. Trillium serves over one million residents in Peel and West Toronto and from other communities across Ontario. Last year Trillium’s doctors, staff and volunteers cared for more than 700,000 patients at the Mississauga (100 Queensway W.) and West Toronto (150 Sherway Dr.) locations. With the continued support of the Trillium Health Centre Foundation, the hospital’s fundraising arm, the two-site facility is attracting international attention and national recognition for its approach to providing safe, high quality health care services.
For more information, go to www.trilliumhealthcentre.org.
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