Vice President, Community Integration, Partnerships, and Ambulatory Care

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

  • Full Time
  • Toronto, ON

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Vice President, Community Integration, Partnerships, and Ambulatory Care

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Sunnybrook acknowledges our campuses are located on the treaty territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation and ancestral and traditional lands of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, Ojibway/Chippewa and Huron-Wendat Nations.

From our beginnings as a hospital for Canadian veterans, Sunnybrook has flourished into a fully affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Toronto, evolving to meet the needs of a growing community. Today, with 1.3 million patient visits each year, Sunnybrook has established itself across three campuses and is home to Canada’s largest trauma centre. Sunnybrook’s ground-breaking research changes the way patients are treated around the world, with over 200 scientists and clinician-scientists conducting more than $100 million of breakthrough research each year. Sunnybrook invents the future of healthcare.

Sunnybrook is seeking our inaugural Vice President, Community Integration, Partnerships, and Ambulatory Care – a key member of the senior leadership team, playing a pivotal role in supporting Sunnybrook’s mission to care for our patients and their families when it matters most.

Reporting to the President and Chief Executive Officer of Sunnybrook, the VP Community Integration, Partnerships, and Ambulatory Care will also provide leadership and representation on behalf of Sunnybrook at the Executive Leadership Team of the North Toronto Ontario Health Team (NT-OHT). The Vice President’s overarching responsibility will be to lead and support transformative change to foster the delivery of seamless care across the continuum of hospital and community.

As executive leader for the delivery of ambulatory care, the Vice President will lead the development of an Ambulatory Strategic Plan; ensure effectively coordinated care that meets the needs of patients, community and referring healthcare providers; implement the initiatives related to Sunnybrook’s Strategic Direction #2 (Integrated and Sustainable Models of Care); and enable positive working relationships across and external to the Hospital.

This role will be central to Sunnybrook’s and the NT-OHT’s goal to enhance population health for North Toronto residents. The Vice President will work with partners and stakeholders to strategically align community integration and collaborative planning and partnerships; develop and strengthen partnerships with North Toronto primary care groups and specialist care networks; and support ongoing home care modernization efforts in the broader health care system.

As the ideal candidate, you have extensive health sector leadership experience, ideally in home, community care, and / or long-term care with experience in the delivery of primary and community support services. You are a systems thinker who is as comfortable working directly with community partners as you are developing strategies and leading change. You are a respected and collaborative people leader who excels at managing, enabling, and mentoring teams. You are dedicated to advancing health equity and building inclusive workplaces. You are comfortable driving and enabling transformative change at multiple levels of an organization and health system. You have a deep understanding of Ontario’s current health system transformation and at minimum a Master’s degree in health sciences, administration or a related field.

If you are interested in this important and exciting opportunity to join Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, we would like to hear from you! For more information, please contact Nick Chambers and Collin Ritch at To apply, please visit:

Sunnybrook invites applications from all qualified individuals. Sunnybrook is strongly committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from Black, racialized/visible minorities, Indigenous/Aboriginal peoples, women, persons with disabilities, and 2SLGBTQIA+ persons. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority.