The Providence Care Board of Directors is composed of citizens from the geographically diverse communities served by Providence Care who have the expertise and commitment to translate our mission of compassionate care into policies, plans and programs.
Board Meetings - Open to the Public
The Board fulfils its mandate to promote the Mission of Providence Care through regular meetings held on the second Tuesday of the month from September through June. Meetings are open to the public but seating is limited.
Minutes of Board Meetings held in 2012/13 are available on the Providence Care website, under Public Reporting, HERE.
For more information or if you are interested in attending a Providence Care Board meeting, contact Joanne Trew, Executive Assistant, at (613) 548-7222 ext. 2272.
Standing Committees of the Board
Executive Committee: The committee acts for the Board when authorized, or when time does not permit the full Board to meet.
Governance Committee: The role of the Governance Committee is to advise the Board of Directors on matters relating to the Board's governance structure and processes, the evaluation of the Board's effectiveness, and the recruitment and education of Board members.
Performance Assurance and Quality Committee: The role of the Performance Assurance and Quality Committee is to assure the performance of the organization and to serve as the quality committee of the Board for the purpose of the Excellent Care for All Act 2010.
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Front (sitting), left to right: Brian Hogan (Vice Chair), Glen Wood (Board Chair), Peter Merkley (Vice Chair), Dale Kenney (President & CEO)
Middle (standing), left to right: Susan Freitas, Josée Thériault, Pam Carr, Sister Sheila Langton, Mary-Alice Thompson, Martha Morton, Ellen Gervais
Back (standing), left to right: Dr. Chris Frank, Maurio Ruffolo, Peter McGeer, John Roderick, David Moore, David Barber, Peter Finnegan, Jay Wirsig
The Providence Care Board of Directors is comprised of twenty-one (21) members:
- Two (2) persons designated by our sponsor the Catholic Health Corporation of Ontario (CHCO);
- Fifteen (15) community representatives elected by the Catholic Health Corporation of Ontario (CHCO) with consideration given to a range of criteria including: skills and experience; representation from a variety of communities within the Providence Care catchment region; gender mix; ethnic background; experience as a client or family member with the services of Providence Care; personal integrity; and willingness to promote the Mission of Providence Care;The President of the Medical Staff Association; The Chief of Staff; The Principal of Queen’s University or delegate; and The President and Chief Executive Officer.