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QHC names new president and CEO

Stacey Daub

The Quinte Health Care (QHC) Board of Directors announced today that Stacey Daub will take the reins as president and chief executive officer Jan. 4, 2021.

Daub is currently vice-president, Strategy, Integration and Digital Health at North York General Hospital in Toronto. Prior, she served as the president and CEO of Headwaters Health Care Centre in Orangeville. The board noted her health care leadership experience spans two decades, and includes serving as CEO of the Toronto Community Care Access Centre.

“Hospitals are arguably one of the most complex systems to operate – add to that a pandemic and it becomes abundantly clear that effective and qualified leadership is absolutely essential,” said David MacKinnon, Chair, QHC Board of Directors. “Ms. Daub is a visionary health care leader who is committed to a culture of clinical excellence and patient and family-centered care. The board is confident that she has the passion and expertise to lead the organization through COVID-19, and into the future.”

MacKinnon adds that Daub has a demonstrated track record of working across government and organizations to serve communities. “She believes in developing strong partnerships and working with the community.”

“My family and I are excited about the opportunity to become part of the communities served by the QHC hospitals,” Daub said. “I believe this area is uniquely positioned to become a model for rural health care delivery in Ontario and I look forward to working with our partners to better understand how QHC can be part of achieving this goal. Collaborative partnerships are critical to improving health and health care in our community, particularly as we continue to address the pandemic.”

QHC’s current president and CEO Mary Clare Egberts announced her retirement in January of this year. Her intention was to retire in the summer, but at the request of the board, Egberts agreed to remain with the organization until the end of 2020 due to the pandemic.

“Mary Clare Egberts has been a dynamic and effective president and CEO – with many significant accomplishments in her 10-year tenure at QHC,” MacKinnon said. “We thank her for her contributions to the health of all who live in the Quinte region.”

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