Campbellford Memorial Hospital

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Carrie Hayward

Board Member Since 2021

  • Chair, Board of Directors
  • Chair, Executive Committee
  • Member, Resource/Audit Committee
  • Member, Governance Committee
  • Member, Quality Committee
  • Member, Strategic Planning Committee

Carrie recently retired from the Ontario Public Service following her tenure as the Assistant Deputy Minister of the Regional Operations Division for the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. Previously she held senior executive roles in the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and Community and Social Services as well as working for Anishinabek Nation as its Health Director.

Carrie's family roots in Campbellford date back to 1906 with her great-grandparents' arrival. She began cottaging in the Trent Hills area 30 years ago and has called it home for over a decade. She views CMH as an integral part of our region and contributing to the hospital’s current and future success enables her to give back to the community.

Carrie also serves as a volunteer with LOFT Community Services where she spent 10 years as a member of the Board and is currently Chair of the Bradford House Redevelopment Oversight Committee. LOFT is Ontario’s largest non-profit provider of community mental health and addiction services.

Kevin Huestis

Board Member since 2015

  • Past Chair, Board of Directors
  • Member, Executive Committee
  • Member, Strategic Planning Committee

Kevin Huestis lives in Trent Hills where three generations of his family depend on local healthcare services. With an understanding of how vital Campbellford Memorial Hospital (CMH) is to the community, Kevin was inspired to serve on the Board of Directors.

During his tenure, he has served as Board Chair, Finance Chair, and on numerous committees including Quality, Redevelopment, Recruitment, Multicare Lodge and the CMH Foundation. Throughout his volunteer experience, Kevin has been rewarded with fulfilling achievements and a deeper appreciation for the challenges and opportunities in rural health care.

After graduating from Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University), Kevin worked in radio and television as a journalist and producer before founding a Toronto-based marketing and communication agency, Capital Communications, in 1998.

Since 2009, Kevin has held progressively challenging and fulfilling volunteer governance positions in health care, education and sports organizations.

Liz Mathewson

Board Member Since 2017

  • Vice Chair, Board of Directors
  • Chair, Quality Committee
  • Member, Executive Committee

Bruce Thompson

Board Member since 2012

  • Member, Resource/Audit Committee
  • Member, Campbellford Memorial Hospital Foundation Board of Directors

Nancy French

Board Member since 2015

  • Member, Quality Committee
  • Chair, Campbellford Memorial Health Centre Board of Directors

Nancy began her 35-year healthcare career as a bedside nurse at Michael Garron Hospital in Toronto. She later held progressive leadership positions primarily in critical care. Nancy was also a sessional educator at Centennial College and Durham College.

Since moving to Havelock in 2012, Nancy and her husband have both been patients at Campbellford Memorial Hospital and understand its importance to the community. Nancy decided to volunteer with the Hospital’s Board of Directors to share her healthcare experience and to learn more about rural health care.

Robbie Beatty

Board Member since 2017

  • Member, Resource/Audit Committee
  • Co-President, Auxiliary to Campbellford Memorial Hospital

Robbie and her family moved from Mississauga back to Havelock in 2009 after she retired from Ford Motor Company/Ford Credit. Throughout her 42-year career, Robbie held many roles including financial analyst, trainer, and procedure, process and training manual writer.

Robbie’s husband was born and raised in Havelock and his family has lived in the area since 1916. Her mother-in-law was an RN at Campbellford Memorial Hospital (CMH) for many years, and Robbie has always felt that CMH is a vital part of the local community, inspiring her to serve on the CMH Board of Directors as an Auxiliary representative.

Robbie also volunteers as the Chair for the Havelock and District Libraries and has supported numerous provincial and federal elections in volunteer positions ranging from poll clerk to area manager.

Michael Bunn

Board Member Since 2018

  • Chair, Governance Committee
  • Member, Executive Committee
  • Board Representative, Campbellford Memorial Health Centre Board of Directors

Michael settled full-time in Trent Hills in 2012 and lives on the garden farm he has owned and grown since the 1990s. He has degrees in history and law and is semi-retired from a career in the legal publishing industry. When not devoting his energies to serving on the Campbellford Memorial Hospital Board of Directors, he is occupied by gardening, cooking and writing, as well as by the practices of keyboard, tai chi and running.

Michael also serves on the organizing committee of the Hospital’s Ranney Gorge Run fundraiser.

Trish Wood

Board Member since 2019

  • Member, Quality Committee
  • Board Representative, Campbellford Memorial Hospital Foundation Board of Directors

Trish has lived in Warkworth for more than 30 years where she and her husband have raised their family and enjoyed fulfilling careers. Trish is now retired and spent 26 years of her education career as a teacher and guidance counsellor at Campbellford District High School.

Trish enjoys volunteering in the local community and since retirement, she has developed a keen interest in learning about the healthcare system and a passion for advancing and strengthening rural health.

Trish also serves as a volunteer for the Warkworth Service Club and in her down time enjoys gardening, outdoor sports and is a proud member of the Warkworth Library Book Club.

Sandra Conley

Board Member since 2021

  • Chair, Strategic Planning Committee
  • Member, Governance Committee

Sandra is a communications professional with more than 30 years of experience working in Ontario’s healthcare system.

As Principal of Strategic Impact Communications, Sandra has provided services to hospitals, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC), and teams entrusted with launching high-profile, province-wide healthcare initiatives. She created and implemented communications plans to support organizations’ strategic objectives, issues management, MOHLTC Cabinet submissions, new legislation, and the start-up of several Crown Agencies, including Public Health Ontario and the Local Health Integration Networks. Passionate about making evidence understandable and accessible, Sandra also provided communications and knowledge translation services to Health Quality Ontario’s evidence branch for several years.

Previously, Sandra was Director of Communications with the Ontario Hospital Association, and headed up communications at two hospitals in Toronto.

Sandra relocated to Brighton in 2017. Having experienced first-hand the crucial role small hospitals play in the continuum of care, Sandra is pleased to welcome the opportunity to provide leadership through to the Board of Directors to enhance healthcare services in Northumberland County.

Doug Hunt

Board Member since 2021

  • Member, Governance Committee
  • Member, Resource/Audit Committee
  • Board Representative, Campbellford Memorial Health Centre Board of Directors

Doug is retired after practicing law for 42 years. He held the former positions as Assistant Deputy Attorney General for Ontario, President of Forensic Investigative Associates (Canada) and Co-Chair of Forensic Investigative Associates International Group. Doug was also the founding and managing partner of Hunt Partners LLP.

Doug is a proud resident of Warkworth and over the years, Campbellford Memorial Hospital (CMH) has become his community hospital. He decided to serve on the Board of Directors to assist CMH with its ongoing efforts to grow into the community’s campus of care.

Doug formerly served as the Board Chair of Toronto East General Hospital (now Michael Garron Hospital).

Jennifer Glover

Board Member since 2021

  • Member, Resource/Audit Committee

Jennifer has lived in Trent Hills her entire life and feels passionate about advocating for quality rural health care that best serves the needs of the growing and aging community.

After graduating from Trent University and Loyalist College, Jennifer became a licensed paralegal with the Law Society of Ontario and has worked for Northumberland County in the Social Services Department since 2008. Jennifer’s first-hand experience working with vulnerable populations, brings a valuable perspective that supports the Hospital’s commitment to support the community’s diverse needs.

Jennifer has also volunteered with the Codrington Farmers Market and Warkworth Maple Syrup Festival, and she has served as a Board Director for the Workforce Development Board (Peterborough, Kawartha Lakes and Northumberland) since 2019.

Margaret Carter

Board Member Since 2022

  • Member, Governance Committee
  • Board Representative, Campbellford Memorial Multicare Lodge

Margaret is a Respiratory Therapist by trade and spent her career working in a number of health care settings, including hospitals in Toronto, Hamilton and Victoria as well as the Ontario Ministry of Health. She recently retired as the Executive Director of the Ontario Dental Hygienists’ Association

Margaret’s family has had a cottage on Belmont Lake since the 1950’s, and since her retirement, she now lives on Belmont Lake year round. Margaret has always sought to be involved in her community an CMH was a natural fit as it was the hospital her and her siblings used growing up.

Glen Wood

Board Member since 2022

  • Chair, Resource/Audit Committee
  • Member,Executive Committee

Glen Wood moved to Trent Hills in 2021 after retiring from DuPont Canada Inc. in 2010. During his 42-year career with the organization, Glen held various operations and business leadership roles nationally and internationally.

Glen highly values health care as a vital part of the community and as a Board Director he is committed to help strengthen and advance Campbellford Memorial Hospital.

Additionally, Glen has more than 20 years of volunteer experience and has served as a board director for numerous healthcare organizations across Ontario.

Dr. Ellen Buck-McFadyen

Board Member since 2023

  • Member, Quality Committee

Dr. Ellen Buck-McFadyen is an Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Director at the Trent/Fleming School of Nursing and is a published author with a particular interest in the delivery of health care in rural areas.

Dr. Buck-McFadyen has extensive board and community experience, including serving on the Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation, and is a Co-Founder of the Isaac Foundation, which raises research funds, offers support, and provides education regarding MPS and other rare diseases.

Jeff Hohenkerk

Board Member - Ex-Officio

  • President/CEO - Campbellford Memorial Hospital

Jeff has more than 35 years of experience in healthcare, including over10 years in senior leadership. Prior to arriving at CMH, Jeff was a Vice President at Quinte Health where his portfolios included Human Resources, Clinical Services, Partnerships and Chief Transformation Officer. During his time at Quinte Health Jeff also provided clinical oversight, design and direction for the new Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital and also provided leadership in the planning and design of multi-million dollar capital projects throughout Quinte Health’s four hospital sites.

Jeff has also served as a Director for Diagnostic Imaging at the Shriners Hospital for Children in Montreal as well as for the Rouge Valley Health System in Scarborough and as a Change Management and Improvement Coach for the Ontario Ministry of Health.

Jeff is a values based leader who believes a leader's greatest strength lies in their ability to empower and inspire others.

Heather Campbell

Board Member - Ex-Officio

  • VP Patient Care/Chief Nursing Executive - Campbellford Memorial Hospital

Heather started at CMH in January 2023 as the hospital's Clinical Quality Lead before taking over as VP Patient Care/CNE in April 2023. Campbell received her nursing education at Humber College and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University). She has more than 15 years of Clinical Management experience, including as Patient Care Manager: Emergency and Critical Care at Northumberland Hills Hospital and as the Director of Emergency, Primary and Rural Care at Quinte Health. More recently, she served as Director of Capacity & Access Flow for Ontario Health and she is currently a course instructor in the Nursing Department at Loyalist College in Belleville.

Dr. Dimitri Louvish

Board Member - Ex-Officio

  • Chief of Staff- Campbellford Memorial Hospital

As Chief of Staff, Dr. Louvish is responsible for chairing the Medical Advisory Committee and providing physician leadership and oversight for the quality of care and services.

Dr. Louvish completed his medical degree at McGill University in 2002. Over the years, he has worked in urban and rural locations and gained extensive expertise in general and emergency medicine, public health, occupational medicine, sports medicine, musculoskeletal disorders, mental health and addictions, and chronic pain management. He is also an examiner with the College Family Physicians of Canada, a peer assessor and physician member of the Disciplinary and Preliminary Inquiry Committee, and aphysician member at the Consent and Capacity Board, Ontario Ministry of Health.