Meet PHC’s new Physician Leads
Six physicians have been selected to represent the voice of Medical Staff in Providence’s new, seven-year plan and in Mount Saint Joseph’s (MSJ) Clinical and Master Plan.
These roles will enable stronger representation, collaboration and two-way communication among physicians, clinical and corporate leaders around the work to move Providence forward.
“Our Senior Leadership Team is excited to partner with PHC’s medical staff and physician leaders to achieve our shared vision and goals. We’re looking forward to working together and continuing to strengthen relationships and alignment among physicians, clinical and corporate staff.” – Deborah Mitchell, Vice President – Seniors Care, Organizational Strategy & Partnerships
- The 4 Consultant Physicians for the Providence strategic plan will be connecting physicians with particular skills or knowledge to the relevant organizational projects, and attaching physician priorities to those areas (including some of those put forward last December).
- The 2 MSJ Planning Leads are co-leading the processes and engagement to develop the Options Analysis Report for PHC’s Board.
- These roles are funded by the PHC Physicians & Surgeons Association (PASS) Facility Engagement Initiative.
Physician Leads: PHC Strategic Priorities
|Join us! The physician leads are forming small physician advisory groups for each area and are keen for your input. If you are interested in contributing, please get in touch with us HERE>|
Introducing the Physician Advisory Teams! Meet the physician leads, advisors, and sponsors>
Dr. Adrienne Melck: Exceptional Quality, Safety & Value
Endocrine and General Surgeon, Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery – 9 Years at SPH: “My elective practice focuses on the surgical treatment of thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal disease.”
Dr. Karen Dallas: Inspiring People and Teams
Hematopathology | Division Head, Hematopathology & Transfusion Medicine: “I have worked in the States, the developing world and all across Canada, but I came to PHC in 2015 and plan to stay here for the rest of my career!”
Dr. Amin Sajan: Discover, Learn & Innovate for Impact
Emergency Medicine: “Apart from two stints working abroad, I’ve been at Providence Health Care since the start of my residency in 1995. I’ve worked in the Middle East on two separate occasions: 2 years in Riyadh just after 9/11 and most recently 6 years in Abu Dhabi.”
Dr. Jiwei Li: Partnerships
Family physician; clinical experience at Holy Family and community health centres: “I have been involved in various partnership projects such as RACE and eCase to improve communication and coordination across care settings.”
Physician Leads: MSJ’s Clinical and Master Plan
Dr. Nora Cummins: MSJ Co-lead
Internal Medicine: “Medicine is a fascinating challenge: every patient I meet has a unique clinical puzzle that we work through together. I came to Vancouver for my residency and I started my clinical practice at Mount St Joseph Hospital in 2003. I have worked in various capacities in the Lower Mainland since then including private office, facility consultation, and also hospital-based with both rapid access clinic and acute care roles.”
Dr. Victor Tsang: MSJ Co-lead
General Surgeon: “I graduated from the University of Toronto Medical School in 1995 and completed my residency in General Surgery at UBC in 2001. I was fortunate enough to immediately find work as a community general surgeon upon completion of my surgical residency and have been working at the MSJ site ever since.”