The people working in health care in the region were a key factor in bringing Pat Campbell to Grey Bruce Health Services, reported the Owen Sound Sun Times Oct. 26. “It’s a real privilege to work with staff who are committed and who care,” said Campbell, president and chief executive officer of the seven-unit regional hospital conglomerate. Campbell began her work in health care as a nurse in 1978. After obtaining an MBA at York University in 1988, she moved into administration and was a vice-president at Women’s College Hospital in Toronto before coming to Grey-Bruce in 2001.
- Dr. Joel Lexchin, professor in Atkinson’s School of Health Policy & Management, discussed drug maker Hoffman Laroche’s decision to suspend sales of the flu drug Tamiflu until flu season breaks out because it can’t keep up with demand, on national news programs on Global TV and City-tv Oct. 25.