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Toronto Central CCAC announces December Departure of CEO Stacey Daub

​TORONTO, November 14, 2016 – Today, Bill Yetman, Chair of the Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) Board of Directors announced the departure of Ms. Stacey Daub, Chief Executive Officer, to take place at the end of December. In her five years as CEO, Stacey has boldly led the organization to become a leading voice and trail blazer in health care.  After an impressive career at the CCAC, Stacey will be joining Headwaters Health Care Centre in Orangeville as its new President and CEO in January 2017.

"In her time with the Toronto Central CCAC, our organization has developed an international reputation for innovation and client centred care," said Yetman. "Toronto Central CCAC has won multiple awards for its work, including its integrated care partnerships for seniors and palliative care, and its advancements in client centered care that focus on listening and delivering on what's most important to our clients and caregivers. These achievements have been possible because of Stacey's relentless focus on improving our clients' experience and her unwavering commitment to support and empower our staff to deliver exceptional care."

Yetman confirmed that the Board of Directors will name an interim CEO shortly. "Although we will miss her leadership, Stacey has created a tremendous legacy which includes a strong leadership team and an organization capable of leading boldly into the future. It will continue to provide excellent care and support the Minister's vision for advancing a more patient centred and integrated health care system."


About the Toronto Central CCAC The Toronto Central CCAC connects people across Toronto with quality in-home, clinic and community-based health care. The organization provides information, direct access to qualified care providers and community-based services to help people come home from hospital or live independently at home. Last year, 74,000 residents of Toronto were supported through the Toronto Central CCAC. Driven to provide the best possible outcomes for these clients, the organization is recognized provincially, nationally and internationally as a leader and innovator in the field of homecare. Media Contact: Laura Glynn–, (647) 539-1032