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Board of Directors
3SO Board Members
Allan Katz - Independent - Chair
Greg Finlayson - Independent - Vice Chair
Earl Hough - Independent
Wayne Coveyduck - Lennox & Addington County General Hospital
Mary Clare Egberts - Quinte Healthcare - Treasurer
Kevin Empey - Brockville General Hospital
Bev MacFarlane - Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital
Dr. David Pichora - Kingston Health Sciences Centre
Cathy Szabo - Providence Care Hospital
President and Chief Executive Officer
Wayne Coveyduck is currently the CEO at the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital in Napanee, Ontario. He came to Napanee in December of 2008 from the University of Guelph where he was the CEO of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital for two years. Prior to joining the University of Guelph, Wayne worked in Northeastern Ontario where he was the CEO of Temiskaming Hospital in New Liskeard for twenty years. Over his career, Wayne has served on various committees and task forces with the Ontario Hospital Association, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and both the Canadian and American Colleges of Health Care Executives.
In addition to being an Engineer, Wayne has completed undergraduate programs in Business and Psychology. He holds a Masters Degree in Healthcare Administration and is a fellow in both the Canadian and American Colleges of Healthcare Executives.
Allan Katz - Chair
Allan Katz has held several health care ldeadership positions across Eastern Ontario and Northern Ontario. From 2004 to 2010, Allan was the managing director of the Health Care Network of Southeastern Ontario - the organization that helped lay the foundation for the creation of 3SO, in partnership with the seven local hospitals and the Ministry of Finance.
Originally from Montreal, Allan currently resides in Kingston with his family. He was an advanced care paramedic before completing an undergraduate degree in human physiology from McGill. He is also a graduate of the University of Toronto’s MHSc Health Administration program and the Rotman School of Management’s Advanced Health Leadership program.
Greg Finlayson, PhD
Greg Finlayson is a resident of Kingston, and has worked as a research scientist at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (MCHP), a research unit within the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Manitoba, since 1997. Prior to that he was employed with health-related non-profit organizations including the Red Cross (Manitoba Division) and the Manitoba Dental Association. He obtained his PhD in Public Health (Health Policy and Administration) at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and has experience in the fields of accounting and applied economics. He held the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation while working in the non-profit sector. His scholarly work primarily focuses on the cost of health care within the context of improving the health of the population.
Greg has participated in several national committees involving health human resources, benchmarking of health services, and hospital reporting. In addition to his work with the 3SO Board he sits on the Boards of Directors of the Carolyn Sifton Foundation and the Seniors Association Kingston Region.
Earl Hough received his Masters of Industrial Relations degree from the University of Toronto in 1981. He has spent his entire career in the Human Resources and Industrial Relations field in both the private and the public sectors.While at Loblaw Companies, Earl was the Director of Human Resources for Loblaw Companies East Supply Chain. That covered responsibility for the HR activities in Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. During that time, a one million square foot distribution centre was built in Cambridge which provided a number of human resources challenges.From a healthcare perspective, Earl was the Director of Human Resources for both the Wellesley Hospital in Toronto and Quinte Health Care in Belleville. The Wellesley, at the time, was a University of Toronto teaching hospital and Quinte Health Care is a multi-site community hospital.
While in Toronto, Earl served as board chair at the ALDER Centre which was an organization designed to facilitate work opportunities for individuals with learning disabilities.
Remaining Board of Directors profiles are pending.