ESC LHIN Public Feedback on CKHA Tri-board Voluntary Integration

The Erie St. Clair LHIN (ESC LHIN) Board has received a notice of voluntary integration from the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance. The ESC LHIN Board is inviting interested public and stakeholder to provide written feedback on the proposed integration.

The ESC LHIN Board will examine the written feedback in its determination of whether the voluntary integration is in the public interest.

Written comment may be submitted in a variety of ways, including:

- Online to the Erie St. Clair LHIN through this survey
- Mail or drop off submissions to: Erie St. Clair LHIN, 180 Riverview Dr., Chatham, ON  N7M 5Z8. Attention: Shannon Sasseville, Director, Communications and Public Relations

Written submissions must be received by the Erie St. Clair LHIN no later than December 17, 2015.


Rob Devitt, the provincially appointed Supervisor for the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance, has released his governance plan for the Alliance’s future. There is a commitment to a two-site model – with both the Chatham and Wallaceburg sites remaining strong, viable, and under one governance structure. The one hospital board will be comprised of people with the necessary skills to provide oversight and meet their accountabilities.

The proposed board will be 12 voting members and will be selected by Rob Devitt, with the assistance of an executive search firm. A committee, made up of three members of the public, one member of the Rural Health Advisory Committee, medical staff leaders, and CEO Lori Marshall, will advise.

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