Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Welcomes New Board Member
CHATHAM-KENT: June 26, 2020 – At its Annual Meeting (AM) held on Thursday, June 25, 2020, Chatham-Kent Health Alliance’s (CKHA) volunteer Board of Directors welcomed new Board member, Kit Moore.
Mr. Moore is a resident of Chatham and holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Windsor. He is a practicing chartered professional accountant (CPA, CA) with an In Depth Tax Specialization from CPA Canada. Mr. Moore founded and operates two practices in Chatham-Kent, including BluePrint CPAs, a strategy and tax advisory firm as well as FarmGate Advisors Inc., a rural tax and bookkeeping practice.
“We are thrilled to welcome Mr. Moore to our Board of Directors and look forward to working with him,” said Greg Aarssen, Chair, CKHA Board of Directors. “His knowledge and skill set will be a great addition to our governance and guiding CKHA in its delivery of safe, high quality care.”
In addition to Kit Moore, the following individuals’ terms were renewed for a three-year term: Dan Miskokomon, Jack Carroll and Stephanie Dries.
Following the Annual Meeting, CKHA appointed its Officers and Committee Chairs as follows:
Greg Aarssen, Chair, CKHA Board of Directors
April Rietdyk, Chair, Quality Committee and Vice Chair of Board
Deborah Hook, Chair, Governance Committee and Vice Chair of Board
Alan Wildeman, Chair, Resources Committee and Vice Chair of Board
Sharon Pfaff, Chair, Special Credentialing Disclosure Committee
Geetu Pathak, Chair, Building Sub-Committee
Robert Dye, Treasurer
To view the 2019/20 Annual Report, “Making Gains, Adapt and Change” Annual Report 2019/20.
To view Financial Statements, click here.
To learn more about Governance at CKHA, visit: https://www.ckha.on.ca/governance.
Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) is a 200 bed community hospital, serving the residents of Chatham and rural Kent including Walpole Island and Delaware First Nations. Formed in 2018, CKHA is committed to delivering quality and safe care at its two sites in Chatham and Wallaceburg. CKHA collaborates with other partners to deliver care across its community. CKHA’s dedicated team is comprised of approximately 1,400 staff, 200 physicians and 300 volunteers. CKHA provides a full range of programs, services and specialties from internal medicine and surgery to women & children’s and critical care; it is designated a schedule one facility under the Ministry of Health and cares for tens of thousands of inpatients, outpatients and emergency patients annually. CKHA is equipped with state of the art diagnostics and technology to support its varied programs. CKHA’s vision: Together, growing a healthier community, underscores a movement to improving the population’s health. Grounded by its values “CKHA CARES” (Collaboration, Accountability, Respect, Excellence, Safety), CKHA commits to continuously improve the patient experience in partnership with patients, families and caregivers.
Fannie Vavoulis, Director, Communications
Chatham-Kent Health Alliance