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Ronan Segrave
Chief Operating Officer

Ronan Segrave, HSC Chief Operating OfficerRonan joined HSC Winnipeg as Interim Chief Operating Officer in December 2017.Hailing from Vancouver via Dublin, Ireland, he brings nearly two decades of experience advising healthcare organizations in both Canada and the United Kingdom in the areas of strategic transformation, personalized medicine, service reconfiguration, care pathway redesign and performance improvement.

As a healthcare consultant with global firms such as Ernst & Young and KPMG, Ronan has successfully led major healthcare performance improvement and transformation programs in both acute and community care settings. He has been a trusted advisor to government departments, public and private healthcare organizations and healthcare technology companies, including Manitoba Health, Centre for Addictions and Mental Health, Hamilton Health Sciences, BC Cancer Agency, Alberta Health, New Brunswick Department of Social Development, the Department of Health (England), and several National Health Services (NHS) trusts across the UK.

Ronan is also familiar with Manitoba’s healthcare system following his engagement as a member of the KPMG team that conducted the recent assessment of Manitoba’s health system. The resulting report recommended the creation of a provincial health organization (Shared Health Services Manitoba) to improve patient care and provide provincially coordinated clinical and business services. HSC Winnipeg will become a key part of Shared Health.

Ronan is a graduate of the Institute of Public Administration in Dublin and holds a Master’s in Health Care Policy and Management from the University of Birmingham.

“HSC Winnipeg is Manitoba’s Hospital. I am delighted to be joining a dedicated and compassionate team of people providing exceptional patient care, whose depth and breadth of expertise serve the acute healthcare needs of the entire province and surrounding areas. I look forward to working with them to continue to deliver care that puts Patients First.”

Carrie FruehmCFruehm
Chief Allied Health Officer

Carrie assumed the role of Chief Allied Health Officer in July 2014. In addition to providing strategic leadership for the Allied Health professions, as a member of the Executive and Clinical Program Leadership Team, Carrie is also responsible for providing leadership, direction and overseeing the clinical care provided at HSC Winnipeg.

After beginning her career at HSC as a staff physiotherapist in the Rehabilitation & Geriatric Program, she’s held progressively more senior positions with her most recent responsibilities being Manager of Corporate Allied Health at Riverview Health Centre.

Carrie has extensive clinical, community and leadership experience, complimented with two degrees from the University of Manitoba: a Bachelor’s degree in Medical Rehabilitation (Physiotherapy) as well as a Masters of Business Administration (Health Care Administration). She has taught in the physiotherapy program at the University of Manitoba and has also had significant professional involvement with Siloam Mission and the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (Manitoba branch), including serving as the president from 2002 -2004.

"Patients First means connecting with each of our patients, meeting them where they are at, in order to provide excellent care that is safe and compassionate."

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Jane MacKay
Chief Human Resources OfficerCFruehm

Jane joined HSC Winnipeg as Chief Human Resources Officer in January 2017. Previously, she was Executive Director of Human Resources at Grace Health Campus, where she excelled in providing leadership in HR service delivery and made key contributions as a member of the WRHA HR Leadership team. Jane leads a team of human resources professionals who support HSC’s human resources, labour relations, staff development and recognition, and strategic employment planning needs.

Prior to working in healthcare, Jane held senior HR and Labour Relations leadership positions in diverse industries, including manufacturing at Motor Coach Industries, commercial packaged goods at Coca-Cola Bottling, and oil and gas at Petro Canada.

“At HSC there is no greater driver of success than our people. They drive our organization each and every day to deliver on our very important promise of putting Patients First."

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CraigCraig Doerksen, CFM, MFM, P.ENG
Divisional Director, Facility Management

As the Divisional Director of Facility Management (FM), Craig is responsible for the services delivered by the Maintenance, Housekeeping, Security, Central Energy Plant, FM Operations and Building Systems Support departments. Since FM staff touch every episode of patient care, Craig is involved in clinical issues, occupant concerns, renovations, assisting in capital construction projects, and participating in long-term strategic planning for the hospital. Facility Management is an Integrated Support Service of the WRHA, therefore Craig is involved in issues that occur throughout the region.

Craig’s educational background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Energy Systems Engineering from Arizona State University and Masters in Facility Management from the University of Manitoba. He was the first person in Canada to pass the examination and receive the Canadian Certified Healthcare Facility Manager designation. He is also a Certified Facility Manager (International Facility Management Association) and Certified Energy Manager (Association of Energy Engineers). Additionally, he is on the National Executive of the Canadian Hospital Engineering Society, and involved in several other facility associations and not-for-profit groups. Recently Craig has taken up smoking…. smoking meat, that is, in addition to his passion as a coffee barista.

“I work to ensure that Facility Management staff recognize their important role in patient care, and that they understand what it takes to put Patients First.”

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Shawn Young
Site Medical Lead

Shawn Young, HSC Site Medical LeadShawn joined the HSC team on April 1, 2020. As Medical Lead he is committed to supporting clinical strategies that will enhance quality and access to services at HSC. He will be working closely with the executive team and physician leadership to promote strategic medical advances to care and pathways that are aligned with the vision and values of HSC and Shared Health.

Shawn began his medical career as a Family Physician after obtaining his CCFP in 1999. He then completed a residency in Anesthesia at University of Manitoba and subsequently a fellowship in Cardiac Anesthesia at the University of Alberta. Upon return to Winnipeg he began his clinical career at HSC Winnipeg and St Boniface Hospital, and later joined Victoria General Hospital. He has served on the specialty committee of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and has 15 years of leadership experience in Winnipeg at both site and program levels. Most recently he has been serving as the Chief Medical Officer of the Victoria General Hospital and South Winnipeg Integrated Health and Social Services. He has been leading programs and sites through periods of rapid, historic change.

Shawn’s medical training in acute care and community care, along with his leadership experience in both areas, offer a unique perspective to HSC.

“I am committed to supporting and developing the highly specialized services we need to fulfill our vision and mandate as Manitoba’s Hospital. I will further ensure we create modern, streamlined, and inclusive pathways to these services in order to improve access, reduce wait times, and eliminate health inequities.”

 
 

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