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Quinte Health Care welcomes new President/CEO

Stacey Daub on Jan. 4, 2021 in her office at QHC Belleville General Hospital.

Quinte Health Care’s new President and Chief Executive Officer Stacey Daub, and her family, are relocating from Toronto to their new home in Prince Edward County. She took over the position Jan. 4, from Mary Clare Egberts who has retired.

“Ms. Daub brings a wealth of health care leadership experience and expertise,” said David MacKinnon, Chair, QHC Board of Directors. “Her style is one of grace and humility. I am confident that her understated capacity for great leadership will serve us well as we traverse the current COVID-19 landscape toward a post-pandemic environment marked by collaboration and innovation.”

In the coming months, Daub plans to spend a substantial amount of time listening and learning from the team of staff and physicians at QHC’s four hospitals, as well as from community partners and local leaders.

Daub is also interested in hearing from the citizens and communities served by the hospitals.

“In my opinion, the best way to get to know the organization and the community is to connect with the people to really listen to understand the unique needs, perspectives and experiences of the people who work and are served by the hospital,” she said. “I plan to focus on building relationships, looking for opportunities to collaborate and to learn as much as possible about the organization and its place within the communities served by QHC hospitals.”

Daub’s extensive background includes health care leadership roles in both the hospital system, and within community-based health care organizations.

“During the course of my career, I have sought roles where I think I can make a personal difference, whether it’s drawing on my strong management skills or my leadership skills and abilities. I think QHC is uniquely positioned to lead as a small and medium sized health care system as we look for opportunities to improve the delivery of health care in Ontario.”

Daub says she is excited to have the privilege of joining the QHC team and the community.

“My family has spent a great deal of time exploring the area, and we are looking forward to being a part of, and contributing to the community.”

MacKinnon described the COVID epidemic and a CEO transition as, “a very challenging combination for hospital management and staff”. He expressed, on behalf of the board, his appreciation for continued focus on the welfare of patients and to Carol Smith Romeril for her willingness to serve as Interim CEO after Egbert’s retirement.

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