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PRHC Senior Team

Dr. Peter McLaughlin
President & CEO

Dr. Peter McLaughlin was appointed to the position of President & CEO on May 24, 2016 after serving as Interim President & CEO for the previous nineteen months. In his time with Peterborough Regional Health Centre, Dr. McLaughlin has served on the hospital’s senior leadership team as Chief Medical Officer, Chief of Staff, Chair of the Medical Advisory Committee and Vice President.

Dr. McLaughlin is formerly a Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto, and a staff cardiologist at the University Health Network. He remains an Adjunct Clinical Professor of Medicine at U of T, and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and the American College of Cardiology.

Dr. McLaughlin graduated from the University of Toronto Medical School in 1970, and undertook post-graduate training at the Ottawa Civic Hospital, Toronto General Hospital and Stanford University Medical Centre in California.

Dr. McLaughlin has had a long interest in investigation and treatment of the adult patient with congenital heart disease. He has published over 120 original articles, 175 abstracts, one book, and has lectured and given demonstrations in his area of interest in the United States, Canada, Europe and China. He has completed terms as a Governor of the American College of Cardiology, President of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society, President of the Canadian Cardiovascular Academy, and Director, Division of Cardiology at the University of Toronto.

 

Chris Eivers
Vice President of Surgical Services, Women and Child and Corporate Services & Chief Financial Officer

Chris joined PRHC in June 2014 and comes to the health centre with 23 years of executive leadership experience in the healthcare industry.

Chris has held senior leadership roles in a variety of hospitals across Ontario, including; North York General Hospital, Trillium Health Partners, Brant Community Healthcare System and West Haldimand General Hospital. He joins us with a proven track record in achieving financial objectives, developing and implementing policy and strategic direction, managing organization change and creating an organizational culture of employee empowerment and support.

Chris is a Certified Professional Accountant (CPA). He obtained his Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Ottawa in 1981 and became a Chartered Accountant in 1986 while in Calgary, Alberta with KPMG. His interest and contributions also include past Board involvement with Mohawk Shared Services Inc, Medbuy (Finance and Audit Committee) and Children’s Aid Society.

Dr. Nancy Martin-Ronson
Vice President of Professional and Diagnostic Services, Chief Nursing Executive & Chief Information Officer

Dr. Martin-Ronson joined PRHC in 2012 from University Health Network in Toronto where she worked as part of the executive team of Shared Information Management Services (SIMS) for five years. While at SIMS, she led information management and information technology operations for the Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre and the West Park Healthcare Centre and previously served as Deputy Chief Information Officer at Bridgepoint Health in Toronto.

In addition to her experience in Information Management, Dr. Martin-Ronson also has an extensive employment history as a clinical nurse specialist with a focus on chronic disease management, with many years of front-line nursing experience in Kitchener, Ottawa and Edmonton. She completed her M.Sc.N at University of Toronto, and her Ph.D. at University of Waterloo. Dr. Martin-Ronson has also been an associate clinical professor at McMaster University for 15 years, teaching graduate statistics, critical appraisal, and applied research methods. Nancy is currently an adjunct professor at Trent University and Queen’s University.

Dr. Martin-Ronson lives in Peterborough with her family.

Brenda Weir
Vice President of Medicine, Mental Health Services and Regional Programs

Brenda Weir assumed the position of Vice President in September 2013. Prior to this, Brenda was a director of the Emergency Department, Laboratory, Diagnostic Imaging and Pharmacy and has been with PRHC for approximately three years.

Ms. Weir is a Registered Nurse and experienced leader with over 30 years in healthcare.  In addition to her nursing experience in Medicine, Emergency and Intensive Care, Brenda has held progressively more senior leadership positions at the Smooth Rock Falls Hospital and Northumberland Hills Hospital. Ms Weir was a member of the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care Critical Care Expert Panel that developed and oversaw the implementation of the Provincial Critical Care Strategic Plan.

In addition to her clinical training, Brenda obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing in 1993 and Master’s degree in Business Administration in 2000, and has received a number of awards, including PRHC’s Strategic Leadership Award in 2013. She has completed the Canadian College of Health Leaders Program and holds the Canadian Health Executive (CHE) designation.

Brenda’s track record of driving our Emergency Program through its transformational activities positioned her well with the tools and processes essential for a comparable suite of changes across our Medicine Program as Vice President.

Dr. Nancy White, Chair, Medical Advisory Committee (MAC)

Dr. Nancy White began as Chair, MAC in March 2015 after holding the position of Chief of the Emergency Department since 2008 and Medical Director of the Emergency Department since 2012.

Dr. White obtained her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo in 1984. She then went on to complete her Medical Doctor degree at McMaster University, followed by a Residency in Family Medicine and a third year in Emergency Medicine.  She obtained her CCFP in Emergency Medicine in 1992 and has been a staff Emergency Physician at the Peterborough Regional Health Centre since 1994.

Dr. White also obtained her Diploma in Sports Medicine and was Medical Director of the Centre for Sport Medicine from 1997-2007.  She sat on the OMA section of Sport Medicine as member at large, program chair, and vice chair from 1999-2005. She has provided medical coverage for many local, provincial and international sporting events and has helped to organize the annual OMA Sports Medicine conference.

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