14-Dec-2015 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
30 The Queensway
St. Joseph's Health Centre
Toronto, Ontario M6R 1B5

Greater Toronto Area Chapter
CCHL ‘My Story’ Series featuring Liz Buller

December 14, 2015
5pm – 6pm at St. Joseph's Health Centre, Toronto, ON (Tour from 4pm – 5pm)

The GTA Chapter of the Canadian College of Health Leaders has launched a new series called ‘My  Story’ which features leaders discussing their journey in an informal setting.  Each session features a different leader speaking candidly about his/her career to date including advice for future leaders and a dialogue on the challenges to building a successful career in healthcare.

This chapter in the ‘My Story’ series features St. Joseph's Health Centre CEO Liz Buller sharing her experience.  Participants are encouraged to come prepared to participate and ask questions which could only be answered in a small setting.  

This event is open only to CCHL members and takes place in the board room at St. Joseph's Health Centre.  As this session has limited capacity, enroll early.  

CCHL Member / Student Member:

$15.00 (includes HST)

Elizabeth Buller Biography:

Elizabeth Buller is a senior leader with extensive health care administration experience in complex organizations. Liz brings more than 25 years of health care experience including a background in nursing and almost 20 years in progressive health leadership roles.

Liz currently serves as the President and CEO of St. Joseph’s Health Centre in Toronto.  Liz was formerly the Executive Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive for the William Osler Health System.  Liz is a values based leader. Liz is committed to ensuring a strong and sustainable health system for the future.

Liz holds a BScN from McMaster University, a Masters in Health Administration from the University of British Columbia, a Master of Arts in Leadership and Organizational Training from Royal Roads University in Victoria, B.C. and is member of the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL).

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.