Help shape the future of Campbellford Memorial Hospital
Campbellford Memorial Hospital is a community resource governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. The Board is accountable to the community and oversees the Hospital’s mission, vision and values as well as the development and fulfillment of its strategic plan. The Board ensures the Hospital meets the health care needs of the community, effectively using the resources available to provide quality service and care.
The Board looks for talented leaders who are willing to devote their time, energy and skill to shaping the future of health care in our community. In this time of unique challenges,Board members work with the CEO to provide strategic and innovative leadership ensuring quality of care while working to advance redevelopment plans. Prospective Board members must be able to think strategically, communicate effectively, work well with others and have a willingness to learn.
Any combination of the following skills and/or experiences is an asset, not a requirement:
- Governance (i.e., experience on a Board)
- Public relations/Communications
- Strategic Planning
- Financial Management
- Health Care administration and/or patient and health care advocacy
- Labour Relations (HR)
- Risk Management
- Information systems and health care policy
- Construction and project management
As a Director, you will serve a term of three years, with the possibility of serving up to nine years. You will be expected to prepare for and attend approximately nine Board meetings a year and will be assigned to one or two committees. Committees typically meet once a quarter. Orientation and mentorship are provided. The time commitment required to fulfil this role can vary, but is typically between 15-20 hours a month.
If being a Director seems like too big of a commitment, consider joining one of our board committees as a Community Member Representative. In this role, you'll serve on up to two board committees, Resources & Audit, Governance, or Quality, using your skills and experience to provide oversight and make recommendations to the Board of Directors. Community Member Representatives serve one year terms that can be renewed annually up to a maximum of three years.The time commitment required to fulfil this role can vary, but is typically between 5-10 hours a month.