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Announcement of NSM CCAC Chief Executive Officer Resignation

The Board of Directors of the North Simcoe Muskoka Community Care Access Centre (NSM CCAC) advises that Megan Allen-Lamb, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) has resigned effective September 4th, 2015.

Megan’s passion and commitment to strengthening home and community care as an integral part of Ontario’s health system will continue in her newly appointed role as CEO with the Central CCAC.

On behalf of the NSM CCAC Board, Colleen Geiger (Board Chair), expresses gratitude to Megan for her leadership as CEO over the past 3 years, "Since her arrival in 2012, Megan has enriched our partnerships with key health stakeholders through her notable accomplishments and meaningful contributions. We are well positioned to continue to drive improvements in quality and value, at both the patient and system level, as we move forward."

As a collaborative leader, Megan has been integral to improving access to care and the patient experience in NSM. With hospital, primary care and community support colleagues, she has improved transitions in care for patients with complex needs through innovative home care programs and leading practices. Megan has further advanced NSM CCAC as a high-performing team, steadfastly focused on our vision of outstanding care, every person, every day.

On her tenure as NSM CCAC CEO, Megan shares, "I am proud of the outcomes that have been achieved in North Simcoe Muskoka in making care better for patients and their caregivers while ensuring the most efficient and creative use of finite resources. I have gained new perspectives and experience working alongside the Board, senior leadership team and health system partners and could not have asked for a more fulfilling leadership experience."

We thank Megan for her contributions and wish her well in her next role. The NSM CCAC Board of Directors is now planning for the upcoming leadership transition and executive search for our new CEO.

About the CCAC

Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) connect people across Ontario with quality in‐home and community‐based health care. CCACs provide information, access to qualified care providers and community‐based services to help people come home from hospital or live independently at home.