23-May-2018 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
1975 Broad Street
DoubleTree by Hilton Regina Hotel and Conference Centre
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 1Y1

Lessons Learned by the Humboldt Tragedy

Canadian College of Health Leaders Education Event

  May 23, 2017
  1730 - 1930 CST

Double Tree Hilton
1975 Broad Street, Regina

Annual General Meeting for the Assiniboia Chapter features guest speaker Rod MacKenzie ACP- ED of Provincial Services- Community Care. Rod and members from his team will discuss first hand experience in responding to the Humboldt bus tragedy.

As head of the incident command center that responded to the Bronco’s bus crash, Rod will share his insights in how health care providers came together through this incident, the lessons learned, and how to move forward from here.

Guest Speaker: Rod MacKenzie ACP, Executive Director of Provincial Services and Community Care

As Executive Director of Provincial Services-Community Care, Rod MacKenzie will be co-leading the implementation team to establish a patient centered approach to Emergency Medical and Community Care Services. Included in this portfolio is Emergency Air Ambulance and Ground Ambulance Services, Renal Services, End of Life Care, Poison Control, the Provincial TB program and the Saskatchewan Hospital in North Battleford.

Rod has a diverse background that includes careers in Education and Health Care. In Alberta, Rod worked as a school teacher, school administrator and Advanced Care Paramedic. In 2007, Rod came to Saskatchewan to take on the role of Manager-Prehospital Emergency Medical Services for the former Saskatoon Health Region. Rod has also served in senior management roles including Director-EMS, Integration and ACAL and Co-Director, Senior’s Health and Continuing Care and Rural EMS. Rod has a Bachelor of Education from the University of Alberta, Master of Education from the University of Calgary, an Advanced Care Paramedic Diploma from Portage College and a Diploma in Environment, Health and Safety from the University of New Brunswick.

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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.