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Vice President, Clinical Services and Chief Nursing Executive

The Medfall Group
Brantford, Ontario
Closing date
Jun 14, 2024

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Registered Nurse
Work Setting
Hospital / Health Centre
Area of Practice
Acute Care

Job Details

Our client, Brant Community Healthcare System (BCHS), is located in Brantford on the picturesque Grand River Valley area.  With 330 beds, 2,000 employees, 360 professional staff and 295 volunteers, and a $225M budget, BCHS provides a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services to over 130,000 residents in the region.

BCHS is undergoing an exciting transformation and renewal focused on delivering exceptional patient-centered care and fostering a people-entered workplace culture.  This journey will be guided by BCHS’s new strategic plan “Our Voice, Our Vision.  This is our BCHS”.

BCHS provides acute care services and specialty programs for all of Brantford and Brant County boasting stable, state-of-the-art programs that ensure a high level of patient-focused care.  With approximately 12,850 admissions, 9,630 surgical cases, 58,700 outpatient visits, 58,800 emergency care visits, and 20,000 urgent care visits annually, the transformation of healthcare service delivery across Brantford continues with plans for an Emergency Department redevelopment well underway and the recent approval to build a new hospital.

If you are an engaging and compassionate clinical Nursing leader who is a champion of clinical excellence and innovation in delivering high quality care, results oriented and fosters outstanding patient experiences, facilitates transformational care, builds high performing teams and establishes collaborative partnerships while playing a key strategic role in the redevelopment of a new hospital, and the implementation of a new Health Information System then, come join the BCHS Leadership team as the new Vice President, Clinical Services & Chief Nursing Executive.

Reporting to the new Chief Executive Officer, the new Vice President, Clinical Services & Chief Nursing Executive, will hold a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Health Administration or related degree.  Registration in good standing with the College of Nurses of Ontario, or equivalent, is mandatory.  Having your Certified Health Executive designation is an asset.

In addition, you will have over 10 years of progressive leadership experience, a solid track record for leading change initiatives, strong interpersonal communication skills and a reputation for fostering a safe culture for all staff and patients.  Your leadership style is known as authentic, transformational, and visionary.  You have significant Interprofessional and professional practice experience, as well as, a high degree of technological savvy and ready to foster the technology evolution at BCHS.

Please forward a CV and cover letter in confidence to: Marcy Saxe-Braithwaite, Email:



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