Statement by Winnie Doyle, Interim President and CEO of St. Joseph’s Health System
(Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2021 – HAMILTON) – St. Joseph’s Health System has announced that John Yip has withdrawn his acceptance of the position of Senior Vice-President, Health System Performance and Chief Administrative Officer.
As SJHS prepares to launch a search for a new President and CEO, we are reviewing the most effective administrative structure for the benefit of our communities as we work to fulfil our mission.
John will remain on in his role as President and CEO of Kensington Health, a position he has held since 2015.
We wish John continued success in his career.
About St. Joseph’s Health System
St. Joseph’s Health System (SJHS) is one of the largest healthcare organizations in Canada, and is the only system in Ontario delivering a full continuum of health care services (acute care, long-term care, home care, palliative care, transitional care, rehab, etc.). SJHS covers a large geography, spanning two LHINs and serving more than 2 million people. SJHS is a globally recognized leader for innovation in models of patient-centred integrated care. SJHS has a unique partnership with Niagara Health to leverage each organization’s strengths to bring better care to the people in the communities we serve.