The Alexandra Hospital Ingersoll (Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital) Executive Team manages the functional and operational aspects of both Hospitals. Under their leadership, a team of more than 500 staff, professional staff and volunteers deliver on our vision to create exemplary healthcare experiences with patients and families every time they provide excellent patient care and access to integrated, specialized care close to home.
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Our Leadership Team
President and Chief Executive Officer
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A Pharmacist by training Sandy also holds a Masters of Health Care Leadership. She has also completed the Rotman Advanced Health Leadership Program from the University of Toronto. Sandy joined Tillsonburg and Ingersoll Hospitals in September 2017.
Sandy has held a number of diverse and complex leadership roles. She was the inaugural Director of Clinical Informatics at LHSC and St Joseph’s and championed the implementation of the electronic health record across our region. She also has held the position of Director of Pharmacy and Director of Quality, Patient Experience and Patient Safety in London.
Chief Nursing Executive and Vice President Clinical Services
Julie is the Clinical Vice-President and Chief Nursing Executive of Alexandra Hospital and Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital. After many years of nursing practice at the bedside, Julie has held the position of Clinical Leader, Clinical Director and Director of Quality, Risk, and Patient Safety. In her current role Julie is most excited to reignite the commitment and passion for nursing practice in our hospitals.
Chief Quality and Safety Officer and Vice President Human Resources
Cheryl joined the Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital and Alexandra Hospital, Ingersoll team in June 2016. A Registered Nurse by training, Cheryl also holds a Masters Degree in Health Studies. Over the last several years, Cheryl has held a number of senior leadership roles with a key focus on quality and safety strategy and experience. By way of these opportunities, Cheryl has an in depth understanding of health care from small and rural hospital as well as community care perspectives. Cheryl is passionate about building systems and culture for quality and safety and is committed to ensuring that this culture positively contributes to our patients, their families and our staff experiences while driving for positive outcomes.