Home and Community Care Support Services Announces the Appointment of a New Board of Directors
Chair of the Board, Joe Parker welcomes a new team to support stability and improvements to the delivery of home care by the Home and Community Care Support Services organizations.
Toronto, July 28, 2021 – Home and Community Care Support Services is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Board of Directors, effective July 1. This highly skilled and diverse group will oversee Ontario’s Home and Community Care Support Services organizations and support the continued provision of high-quality home care services with a cohesive provincial vision in support of the government’s plan to modernize home and community care.
Home and Community Care Support Services are responsible for home care delivery, long-term care home placement and facilitating access to community services. It has a focused mandate to improve the delivery of home care as part of the government’s plan to build an integrated, connected health care system centred on the needs of patients through Ontario Health Teams.
Under the leadership of Joe Parker, Chair of the Board, we welcome the new Home and Community Care Support Services Board of Directors: Carol Annett, Anne Campbell, Eugene Cawthray, Mike Dibden, Stephan Plourde and Glenna Raymond.
“It is my pleasure to introduce such a talented and accomplished group of leaders to our team,” says Joe Parker, Chair of the Board of Directors for Home and Community Care Support Services. “Their collective experience will help us provide strong governance and a stable foundation for the delivery of home care for patients. I look forward to working with this exemplary group of leaders to ensure that Ontarians receive the home care services they need where and when they need them.”
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