Eastern Ontario Chapter presents
May 13, 2015
The University Club at Queen's, Inc.
Guest Speaker: Mary Clare Egberts, CA, CHE , President and Chief Executive Officer at Quinte Health Care (QHC)
Quinte Health Care (QHC) was created out of a “forced” merger in 1998. Since then, QHC has strived to meet the needs of four communities in an ever changing political and financial environment. Running four hospitals in a rural-urban environment creates leadership challenges that Mary Clare Egberts has embraced in her five years at QHC.
Based on this experience, she will provide some tips for Leaders on how to embrace integration and change to build a strong organization. She will also speak about what lies ahead for QHC and how its role may once again change as the hospitals in the SE LHIN plan together for Health Care Tomorrow. Hopefully Mary Clare’s enthusiasm and optimism for building a better health care system will provide our leaders with motivation to overcome temporary set-backs.
Mary Clare Egberts, CA, CHE
Mary Clare has more than 20 years of progressive experience in hospital operations. From 1991 to 2010, she held executive positions at North York General, Toronto East General and Markham Stouffville Hospitals.
In March of 2010, Mary Clare was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer at Quinte Health Care (QHC), a four site hospital system in South Eastern Ontario. The Board of Directors’ embraced Mary Clare’s vision for QHC which showed a model based on innovation and integrated care achieved through partnership with local health service providers. Her strong leadership and team building skills and her commitment to high quality, patient focused and safe care are seen as the necessary components to lead QHC to a stable and sustainable long-term vision.
Mary Clare is a graduate of the University of Toronto, holding a degree in Commerce and Economics, is a Chartered Accountant, and a member of the Canadian College of Health Leaders.
She has a proven track record initiating change and leading critical business transformation in complex environments.
| MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION
Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 1.00 Category I credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.