The South West Regional Cancer Program is led by a Cancer Care Ontario Regional Vice President and physicians who have taken on the role of Regional Clinical Leads in a particular area of cancer care. Regional Clinical Leads help to ensure partner hospitals are aligned with Cancer Care Ontario’s goals, promote collaboration within the region, and work toward measurable improvements in the quality and organization of cancer services within the region.
Meet our Regional Vice President
Brad is Corporate Hospital Administrative Executive (CHAE) at London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) and Regional Vice President (Interim) of the Southwest Regional Cancer Program and brings more than 30 years to the role. In his CHAE role, Brad oversees the three hospitals at LHSC (Children's Hospital, University Hospital and Victoria Hospital). Prior to joining LHSC, Brad was President of Corpus Sanchez International (CSI) Consultancy Inc, a company he founded in 2001. He has previously worked for the Hay Health Care Consulting Group, Vancouver Hospital & Health Sciences Centre, Sunnybrook Health Science Centre in Toronto, University Hospital in Vancouver, the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital in Fredericton, NB, and the Halifax Infirmary Hospital in Halifax, NS. Brad earned both his Master in Health Services Administration and Bachelor of Commerce degrees from Dalhousie University. He is a member of the Canadian College of Health Services Executives and serves as an inaugural board member on th Canadian Sepsis Foundation.
Meet our Director
Brenda is the Director of the South West Regional Cancer Program. In this role, Brenda is responsible for providing strategic and operational direction for the cancer system in Southwestern Ontario, including relationships with regional partners, neighboring Regional Cancer Programs (RCPs), the South West LHIN (SW LHIN) and Cancer Care Ontario. Brenda has held leadership positions within the municipal government and the publicly funded arts sector and has worked in private industry. A graduate of the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary, and the Certified General Accountants Program of Professional Studies, Brenda has also received certificates from the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management in the Advancing Health Care Leadership Program, the Lean HealthCare Certification Program from the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan, and a Certificate in Strategic Leadership from the Richard Ivey School of Business.
Key Account Managers
In an effort to enhance working relationships with our partners and make the cancer system work better for our patients, the South West Regional Cancer Program operates under a Key Account Management structure. Key Account Managers manage relationships and are a point of contact for partner hospitals in the South West who provide cancer services.
Regional Clinical Leads
Regional Clinical Leads help to ensure partner hospitals are aligned with Cancer Care Ontario’s goals, promote collaboration within the region, and work toward measurable improvements in the quality and organization of cancer services within their region.