30-Apr-2019 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
1455 Lakeshore Rd.
Pepperwood Bistro
Burlington, Ontario L7S 2J1
Canada




Hamilton & Area Chapter Presents
Improving Patient Care Through Facilities Funding & Innovation

April 30, 2019
5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Pepperwood Bistro
1455 Lakeshore Rd. Burlington

"The Cup is Half Green!" in these ever changing and highly dynamic times within healthcare, there still remains a major source of opportunity that will allow healthcare organizations to save hundreds of thousands of dollars each year. Come join our “Dinner with the Difference Makers” where we will have hospital and healthcare facility industry leading experts provide you the insight to the facts, the fads, the greatest return on investments, and where the next 5 years of new opportunities should be. This dinner is appropriate for any healthcare leader who wants to improve and optimize their organization’s performance and realize efficiencies that can ultimately be directed back to patient care.

Roger Holliss
Director of Engineering, Redevelopment & Biomedical Services, St. Mary's General Hospital
John Marshman
Executive Director Facilities Operations, William Osler Health System
Tom Kovendi
Director, Engineering and Facilities, Headwaters Health Care Centre


Agenda
5:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

7:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m

Registration, Dinner and Networking
Overview of Current and Emerging Facilities Funding Opportunities / Innovations
Facilitated Discussion (Questions Actively Engaging Audience Members)
Next Steps
Concluding Remarks & Networking

CCHL Member: $45 | Student Member: $35 | Non Member: $55

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Guest Biographies

While maintaining his Prof. Engineering license within Ontario, Roger Holliss manages 7 support departments for St. Mary’s General Hospital (SMGH) as its Engineering & Development Director. SMGH itself is a medium-small acute care hospital in Kitchener ON which is also the cardiac center for S-W Ontario. Through the course of his 19 years in healthcare, Roger has become increasingly involved in numerous facets of healthcare beyond the “brick & mortar” of SMGH both provincially & nationally. This includes, but isn’t limited to, contributing to CSA’s medical gas and brand new “Cleaning & Disinfection within Healthcare Facilities (HCF’s)” standards both as SMGH’s facility director but also representing other HCF managers across Canada as the vice-president of CHES National. CHES (Cdn. Healthcare Engineering Society) is Canada’s single largest association representing the facility managers/ directors of over 700 HCF’s across the country. Most recently, he’s been asked to be part of a provincial initiative aimed at addressing the greenhouse gases (GHG’s) associated with Ontario’s operating rooms.

John Marshman is the Executive Director of Facilities Operations at William Osler HS where he oversees Engineering Operations, Environmental Services, Energy, Parking, Food Services, Waste Management, Materials Management and Security for three healthcare facilities while supporting the planning and execution of Osler’s redevelopment agenda. After studies in engineering and music, John pursued parallel careers in consulting engineering and as a performing cellist. Drawn by the complexities of hospital systems, John spent the bulk of his consulting work in the design and project management of hospital construction and renovation projects. In 2012, John joined the Brant Community Healthcare System where he served as Director of Facilities, Planning and Redevelopment before moving to William Osler.

Tom Kovendi has 25 years senior management experience in facilities operations and management, involving large multiple site portfolios throughout Canada and internationally. In the healthcare sector, he has provided operational leadership and re-engineering facility service departments that included buildings/plant operations, construction project management, environmental services, security, biomedical engineering and foodservices at Mount Sinai Hospital, Royal Victoria Hospital and City of Toronto Long-Term Care Facilities. Currently he is Director –Engineering, Facilities and Redevelopment at Headwaters Health Care Centre in Orangeville, Ontario.



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Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 2.00 Category I credit toward their maintenance of certification requirement.

Refund and Cancellation Policy: For refunds, all cancellations must be received no later than seven (7) days prior to the scheduled event. No refunds will be issued for cancellations after that date. Substitutions for persons attending can be made up to the start of the event without charge.