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Regional Quality Program

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Regional Quality Program bring together health system leaders to inspire and foster changes to improve health quality for patients in their regions.

As a conduit between Health Quality Ontario and front-line health care providers in their regions, they address local quality challenges, ensure alignment with provincial quality priorities and help activate change.


Learn about their work


Here's what our Clinical Quality Leads do:

  • Engage providers in a culture of quality care for patients

  • Encourage known and effective models of care and build engaged communities of practice within their regions

  • Improve partnerships and foster the integration of care

  • Identify enablers and barriers to quality clinical practice and design strategies for change

  • Enhance communication and knowledge exchange in support of health system priorities

  • Supports partners in the implementation of clinical best practice across the regions


Location

Name

LHIN, Erie St. Clair

Dr. Renato Pasqualucci

LHIN, South West

Vacant

LHIN, Waterloo Wellington

Dr. Kanuk Rhee

LHIN, Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant

Dr. Jennifer Everson

LHIN, Central West

Dr. Tamara Wallington

LHIN, Mississauga-Halton

Dr. Amir Ginzburg

LHIN, Toronto Central

Dr. Andrea Moser

LHIN, Central

Vacant

LHIN, Central East

Dr. David Borenstein

LHIN, South East

Dr. Colin Wilson

LHIN, Champlain

Vacant

LHIN, North Simcoe Muskoka

Dr. Rebecca Van Iersel

LHIN, North East

Acting: Dr. Paul Preston

LHIN, North West

Dr. Gordon Porter

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