Primary Health Care Task Group – Steering Committee
Resident of Wallaceburg, Chatham-Kent Region
Meg has a varied clinical background, most recently, with First Nations, working on Walpole Island managing the Home & Community Care Program. Professionally, Meg has experience in Ambulatory Care, Emergency Planning, Specialized Geriatrics, Mental Health, and Long-Term Care. Meg graduated from Georgian College in 1975. She returned to school 10 years later and graduated in 1988 with her BScN. Meg has primarily been a healthcare manager since then.
Meg’s strengths include strong client advocacy, an ability to develop and foster partnerships, a solid team player and an effective facilitator. Meg possesses exceptional ability to design and build profitable programs that improve the quality of patient care while driving out costs that meet or exceed fiscal objectives. Meg is an accomplished leader in healthcare management who is recognized as a participatory and collaborative leader, fostering respect and integrity in all interactions with staff, physicians and healthcare partners.