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barb collins

Barb Collins

 

Barb Collins was appointed the President & CEO of Humber River Hospital in Toronto, Canada, on July 1, 2016. Ms. Collins is a Registered Nurse, with an MBA from Queens University in Kingston, Ontario. She has more than 35 years’ experience in all major clinical and management functions of an acute care hospital, including Intensive Care, Emergency, Obstetrics, Operating Room, Surgery, Inpatient Care and Support Services.


Prior to assuming her current responsibilities as President & CEO, Ms. Collins served as the hospital’s Chief Operating Officer. As COO, she was the senior Executive Lead for Humber River Hospital’s redevelopment project, Ms. Collins was charged with overseeing the design, construction and activation of the new Humber River Hospital. This 656 bed, 1.8M square-foot acute care facility provided Humber with a unique opportunity to optimize design, incorporate technology and reinvent processes to deliver more effective and efficient patient-centred care, supported by some of the world’s finest medical technology.

 

The result is North America’s first fully digital hospital, groundbreaking in its approach to integrating technology across all hospital systems and workflows. At HIMSS 2016 in early March, the Intelligent Hospital Association presented Ms. Collins and other senior Humber River executives with a Special Recognition Award, recognizing the hospital’s ‘demonstrated leadership in the digital health community’.

 

The new Humber River Hospital opened for patient care on Sunday, October 18, 2015.

 

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Dr. Narendra Singh

 

Dr. Narendra Singh is the Chief of Staff at Humber River Hospital. In this role, Dr. Singh will serve as Chair of the Medical Advisory Committee, and will work closely with the Senior Management Team to further enhance the quality of patient care already provided by our hospital’s medical staff.

 

Dr. Singh has been a member of the Medical Staff at Humber River since June of 1999, most recently serving as Chief of Paediatrics and Interim Chief of Staff.


 

 marg czaus

Marg Czaus


Marg Czaus is the Chief Nursing Officer at Humber River Hospital. In this role, Marg provides leadership for Nursing and Professional Practice, Patient Centred Care, Quality and Patient Safety. She is also responsible for the administration and organization of Critical Care, Oncology, Respirology, Cardiology, Laboratory, Infection Control and Pharmacy Services.

 

Marg has many years of experience with a number of acute care organizations in Toronto. She held the position of Program Director prior to coming to HRH as the Chief Nursing Officer. Marg completed her Nursing Degree at Ryerson Polytechnical University and an MBA from the University of Toronto.

 

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Anthony DiCaita


Anthony DiCaita joined Humber River Hospital in August 2010 as Vice President of Finance, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Privacy Officer. His portfolio includes the Finance Department, Decision Support Unit, Logistics and Purchasing as well as Health Information Services, Registration & Data Quality.

 

 scott jarrett

Scott Jarrett


Scott Jarrett holds the position of Vice President, Patient Services and is responsible for the administration and organization of the programs in Mental Health, Inpatient Medical, Emergency, Nephrology, Family Practice and Surgery as well as the department of Medical Imaging.

 

 

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Dr. Ray Martin

 

Ray Martin is Vice President of Medical and Academic Affairs at Humber River Hospital. He attended medical school, and completed surgical residency, at the University of Toronto. After Plastic Surgery specialty training, Dr. Martin joined the surgical staff at Toronto General Hospital. He was affiliated with the University of Toronto as an assistant professor of surgery, with a cross-appointment to the Division of Studies in Medical Education. Clinical areas of special interest include medical education as well as major reconstructive surgery.

 

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Karen Adams

 

Karen Adams is Vice President of Human Resources and Occupational Health & Safety at Humber River Hospital.


 

Patient Care Reinvented.