Brant Community Healthcare System appoints new CEO/President

Brant Community Healthcare System appoints new CEO/President

Brant Community Healthcare System appoints new CEO/President

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DR. DAVID MCNEIL AS NEW PRESIDENT AND CEO
Brantford, ON (September 5, 2018) – The Brant Community Healthcare System (BCHS) is pleased to announce that Dr. David McNeil has been selected as its President and Chief Executive Officer. He currently serves as Senior Vice-President, Patient Experience and Digital Transformation at Health Sciences North in Sudbury.
“We are fortunate to recruit someone of David’s experience and caliber,” said Ms. Bonnie Adamson, Supervisor of BCHS.”

“David brings over 20 years of executive level experience in hospital and community
based healthcare administration and also has extensive frontline healthcare experiences as a registered
nurse, all of which will serve him well at BCHS.”
Working closely with Health Sciences North staff, physicians and volunteers, Dr. McNeil oversaw the
transformation of the clinical organization that resulted in improvements in access to care, increases in
the range and scope of services available to patients and enhancements in the efficiency and quality of
health care delivery for the patients and communities served by Health Sciences North, a regional
hospital serving a diverse population of more than 500,000 people.

A Certified Health Executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders, Dr. McNeil completed a
Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Laurentian University, a Masters in Health Administration at the
University of Ottawa and a PhD in Rural and Northern Health at Laurentian University. Prior to joining
Health Sciences North as a nurse in 1990, he worked in the Indigenous community of Attawapiskat. He is
an Adjunct Professor at Laurentian University’s School of Nursing, chaired the boards of Cambrian
College and of the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, and served on the board of the Canadian
Nurses’ Association.

“I am honoured and excited about the opportunity to lead BCHS,” said Dr. McNeil. “I look forward to
meeting the staff, physicians, volunteers, patient and family representatives as well as the community
broadly. Together, we will set the priorities and directions for BCHS and the people we serve.”
Dr. McNeil will succeed Dr. Glenn Bartlett who has been interim CEO since September 2017. “I would
like to thank Glenn for moving the organization forward during an uncertain time,” said Ms. Adamson.
“His leadership has allowed us to take this next step of appointing a permanent CEO.”

Dr. McNeil begins his role as President and CEO on December 10th.
For further information, please contact:
Blair Hains
Brant Community Healthcare System
519-751-5544, ext. 2248
blair.hains@bchsys.org

John Bradford

John Bradford

It is time to fill the void as a result of Brant News closing. Online...free...no flyers delivered... I'm ready. I have been in media for over 50 years: Television Broadcasting; Print Investigative and Photo Journalism ; a VERY brief turn in Radio; Cable Television; and now publishing a live Digital News Platform. My community board contributions have covered: Health Care (BGH, John Noble Home and Lansdowne Children's Centre); Post Secondary Education; Special Olympics, Sports Council; Victim Services; Rotary; and Physician Recruitment Task Force. Married with 3 daughters, 6 grandchildren, 5 step grandchildren, one great grandson and one step great grandson. My spare time passions include professional and amateur photography, soap stone carving, writing, travel and scuba diving as a Dive Master. Finally, I have served as a City Councillor for 4 years and as a community advocate/consultant for residents and local business for 8 years since then. Join us in sharing stories 4BRANT

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