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Carrie jeffreys, stevenson memorial hospital’s vice president of patient services and chief nursing executive, has been named this year’s winner of the robert zed young health leader award for her work benefiting the health and well-being of ontarians.

The award recognizes young canadian health-care leaders with outstanding potential, who have demonstrated leadership in improving the effectiveness and sustainability of canada’s health system. The award is sponsored by aramark healthcare and will be presented at the canadian college of health leaders’ honouring health leadership event in st. Johns, NL, on sunday, june 3.

“it is an honour and privilege to be named the 2018 recipient of the robert zed young health leaders award,” says mrs.

Jeffreys. “I want to thank the canadian college of health leaders, aramark healthcare and jody levac, the president and CEO at stevenson memorial hospital, for empowering me to drive forward innovation in health care and inspiring effective leadership and positive change.”

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Jeffreys joined stevenson memorial hospital in july 2016 after a successful six-year career at the south west local health integration network (LHIN). She acted in that capacity as senior hospital liaison, helping drive hospital system improvement for all hospitals.

Her arrival has helped maintain the hospital’s status as second fastest emergency department of 74 medium and high-volume hospitals in province of ontario. She has helped improve revenue, patient satisfaction, and continues to help drive a culture of courageous leadership. She is well respected as a chief nursing executive in the central LHIN, within one year of her arrival, helping stevenson memorial hospital pave new ground in external relationships.

“mrs. Jeffreys brings more than 15 years of experience in strategic change leadership and nursing to stevenson,” says levac.Canadian college “we are thrilled to congratulate her on this prestigious award and are inspired by her positive attitude, courageous leadership and proven ability to foster change.”

The canadian college of health leaders brings together canadian health leaders from every discipline, region, career stage and sector, and creates opportunities for our members to connect, learn and inspire their leadership.

Carrie jeffreys, stevenson memorial hospital’s vice president of patient services and chief nursing executive, has been named this year’s winner of the robert zed young health leader award for her work benefiting the health and well-being of ontarians.

The award recognizes young canadian health-care leaders with outstanding potential, who have demonstrated leadership in improving the effectiveness and sustainability of canada’s health system.College health the award is sponsored by aramark healthcare and will be presented at the canadian college of health leaders’ honouring health leadership event in st. Johns, NL, on sunday, june 3.

“it is an honour and privilege to be named the 2018 recipient of the robert zed young health leaders award,” says mrs. Jeffreys. “I want to thank the canadian college of health leaders, aramark healthcare and jody levac, the president and CEO at stevenson memorial hospital, for empowering me to drive forward innovation in health care and inspiring effective leadership and positive change.”

Jeffreys joined stevenson memorial hospital in july 2016 after a successful six-year career at the south west local health integration network (LHIN). She acted in that capacity as senior hospital liaison, helping drive hospital system improvement for all hospitals.Canadian college

Her arrival has helped maintain the hospital’s status as second fastest emergency department of 74 medium and high-volume hospitals in province of ontario. She has helped improve revenue, patient satisfaction, and continues to help drive a culture of courageous leadership. She is well respected as a chief nursing executive in the central LHIN, within one year of her arrival, helping stevenson memorial hospital pave new ground in external relationships.

“mrs. Jeffreys brings more than 15 years of experience in strategic change leadership and nursing to stevenson,” says levac. “we are thrilled to congratulate her on this prestigious award and are inspired by her positive attitude, courageous leadership and proven ability to foster change.”

The canadian college of health leaders brings together canadian health leaders from every discipline, region, career stage and sector, and creates opportunities for our members to connect, learn and inspire their leadership.College health

Carrie jeffreys, stevenson memorial hospital’s vice president of patient services and chief nursing executive, has been named this year’s winner of the robert zed young health leader award for her work benefiting the health and well-being of ontarians.

The award recognizes young canadian health-care leaders with outstanding potential, who have demonstrated leadership in improving the effectiveness and sustainability of canada’s health system. The award is sponsored by aramark healthcare and will be presented at the canadian college of health leaders’ honouring health leadership event in st. Johns, NL, on sunday, june 3.

“it is an honour and privilege to be named the 2018 recipient of the robert zed young health leaders award,” says mrs. Jeffreys. “I want to thank the canadian college of health leaders, aramark healthcare and jody levac, the president and CEO at stevenson memorial hospital, for empowering me to drive forward innovation in health care and inspiring effective leadership and positive change.”

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Jeffreys joined stevenson memorial hospital in july 2016 after a successful six-year career at the south west local health integration network (LHIN). She acted in that capacity as senior hospital liaison, helping drive hospital system improvement for all hospitals.

Her arrival has helped maintain the hospital’s status as second fastest emergency department of 74 medium and high-volume hospitals in province of ontario. She has helped improve revenue, patient satisfaction, and continues to help drive a culture of courageous leadership. She is well respected as a chief nursing executive in the central LHIN, within one year of her arrival, helping stevenson memorial hospital pave new ground in external relationships.

“mrs. Jeffreys brings more than 15 years of experience in strategic change leadership and nursing to stevenson,” says levac.College health “we are thrilled to congratulate her on this prestigious award and are inspired by her positive attitude, courageous leadership and proven ability to foster change.”

The canadian college of health leaders brings together canadian health leaders from every discipline, region, career stage and sector, and creates opportunities for our members to connect, learn and inspire their leadership.