- Senior Director
, LHIN Transition
With over 20 years of experience in the healthcare sector, Kimberley has been afforded leadership opportunities in many facets of the continuum of care including chronic and rehabilitation hospital experiences, small and large academic community based acute care hospitals, and the community setting.
In her role with the Central West LHIN, Kimberley leads LHIN transition as it relates to home and community care.
Prior to her current role, Kimberly was Director of Patient Care Services at the Central West CCAC, responsible for several community based programs including Child and Family, Primary Care, Health Links, Rehabilitation, Hospital Transition Care Coordinators, and direct care nursing (Mental Health and Addictions and Rapid Response).
Kimberley holds a Social Work degree as well as Master of Health Sciences, Health Administration from the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. She is a Certified Health Executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders and serves as a guest lecturer in the Master of Nursing Policy program in the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing at Ryerson University, and serves as faculty in a key quality improvement program in Ontario entitled Improving and Driving Excellence Across Sectors.
Passionate about healthcare and developing an integrated health care system for residents of the Central West LHIN and beyond, Kim brings strong strategic planning, decision-making, coaching and mentoring skills to the role, and a reputation of innovation and delivering results.