June 29, 2020
How to obtain a 2020/21 Corporate Membership for The Ross Memorial Hospital
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RMH 2020/21 annual corporate memberships will be valid from the time the 2020/21 membership is confirmed by the board (to be completed late July) until March 31, 2021. Memberships are not available after the dates outlined below.
Annual Membership – RENEWAL
Annual Membership – NEW MEMBERS
Life Membership (Individual or Corporation)
Individuals who held an annual membership in 2019/20 can obtain the 2020/21 Corporate Membership Application form by downloading it HERE.
Completed forms must be returned by 4:00 pm on Friday, July 24, 2020 via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
Ross Memorial Hospital
Attention: Tamra Fierheller
10 Angeline Street North,
Lindsay, ON K9V 4M8
New members can obtain the 2020/21 Corporate Membership Application form by downloading it HERE.
Process for New Members to Return Application Forms
Tuesday, July 7th – 1:30-3:30
Thursday, July 9th – 10:00-12:00
Tuesday, July 14th – 10:00-12:00
Thursday, July 16th – 1:30-3:30
Tuesday, July 21st – 1:30-3:30
Thursday, July 23rd – 10:00-12:00
Individuals who held an annual membership last year and who now wish to obtain a life membership are asked to return the application form and accompanying cheque by mail by the noted deadline of 4:00 pm on July 24, 2020.
Others interested in obtaining an individual or corporation life membership are asked to follow the process outlined for new members.
Every day, the Ross Memorial team exemplifies the hospital’s vision statement: exceptional care - together.
Among the valued members of the hospital team are the members of the Board of Governors. The Board of Governors is comprised of volunteers who are elected from the community. The Board is responsible for the overall governance of the hospital. Its members set strategic priorities and ensure they’re met; they assess the quality of the care provided, and ensure financial resources are managed appropriately. In addition to monthly board meetings, members serve on various committees of the Board.
With input from the Board of Governors, RMH establishes strategic directions and sets annual objectives to achieve them.
Our strategic directions provide a framework to focus expertise, address priorities, cultivate excellence, champion collaboration, and enhance our service delivery. In order to achieve exceptional care as valued by our patients and partners, RMH will engage in the following strategic directions:
- To be an exceptional workplace.
- To provide exceptional patient care and experiences.
- To develop exceptional partnerships and deliver operational excellence.
In order to properly assess the evolving healthcare needs of the community, the hospital consults with its community partners, both within the City of Kawartha Lakes, and in the Central East LHIN.
With quality improvement our key strategic priority, the hospital publishes an annual Quality Improvement Plan (QIP), which is used to monitor and report on key quality indicators. The QIP includes specific targets and improvement plans established for the five highest priority indicators and is used to spearhead quality improvement work. The 2019/20 QIP includes the 2018/19 Progress Report.
- 2019-20 Quality Improvement Plan Narrative Progress Report
- 2019-20 Quality Improvement Plan (Work Plan)
We take quality improvement very seriously and are committed to achieving the targets that we set for our organization. Focusing on both our successes and our challenges is important as we drive our hospital to continue to improve care.
Hospitals, like many other complex businesses, may have employees who incur business-related expenses that are permissable and should be reimbursed. Our hospital has a detailed policy related to business-related expenses incurred by our staff.
Taxpayers want to know that their healthcare dollars are being spent appropriately. Ross Memorial Hospital is committed to being accountable, open and transparent with its stakeholders and the general public. Compliant with the Broader Public Sector Accountability Act, the Ross Memorial posts the expense claims of all board members and the senior management team.
- Expense Report, VP Clinical and CNE A. Overhoff May 2020
- Expense Report, Interim President & CEO May 2020
- Expense Report, VP Clinical & CNE A. Overhoff November 2019
- Expense Report, Chief Financial Officer B. Winder November 2019
- Expense Report, Chief Human Resources Officer E. Elley November 2019
- Expense Report, Interim President & CEO, V. Nelson November 2019
- Expense Report, VP Clinical & CNE A. Overhoff May 2019
- Expense Report, VP Quality & CIO M. Charlebois May 2019
- Expense Report, VP & COO V. Nelson May 2019
- Expense Report, Interim CEO V. Nelson May 2019
- Expense Report, President & CEO A. Lauwers May 2019
- Expense Report, VP Patient Care A. Overhoff Nov 2018
- Expense Report, VP Informatics, Transformation & Post Acute Care M. Charlebois Nov 2018
- Expense Report, VP Diagnostics & Special Projects V. Nelson Nov 2018
- Expense Report, President/CEO B. Lauwers Nov 2018
- Expense Report, Board Member B. Kennedy May 2018
- Expense Report, Board Member D. Kimmerly May 2018
- Expense Report, Board Member C. Norris May 2018
- Expense Report, Regional CIO B. Pye May 2018
- Expense Report, VP Patient Care, A. Overhoff May 2018
- Expense Report, VP Informatics, Transformation & Post Acute Care M. Charlebois May 2018
- Expense Report, VP Diagnostics & Special Projects V. Nelson May 2018
- Expense Report, President/CEO Dr. Lauwers May 2018
- Expense Report, VP Patient Care A. Overhoff November 2017
- Expense Report, VP Resources L. Boyle November 2017
- Expense Report, VP Quality, Transformation, Informatics & Post-Acute Care M. Charlebois Nov 2017
- Expense Report, VP Diagnostics, Procurement & Special Projects V. Nelson Nov 2017
- Expense Report, President & CEO A. Lauwers November 2017
Ross Memorial Hospital has a detailed Perquisite policy to set out the rules and principles for perquisites where these are provided through public funds and ensure a framework of accountability.
The hospital also has a policy to ensure an ethical, professional and accountable supply chain.
In accordance with the Broader Public Sector Accountability Act, the hospital reports on its use of consultants, and attests to the accuracy of its reporting.
In the spirit of transparency, the Ross Memorial Hospital is proactively disclosing the CEO’s employment contract. The CEO, Dr. Bert Lauwers, has been part of the RMH team for more than 30 years, and began his role as President and CEO on January 1st, 2015. As required by the Excellent Care for All Act, our CEO’s compensation is linked to our hospital’s performance.
It is an organization-wide goal at the Ross Memorial Hospital to be a responsible neighbour, a good corporate citizen and a community leader in environmental awareness. With the help of the "Go Green Team", the hospital is effectively reducing its carbon footprint by reducing its energy consumption, preserving natural resources and diverting waste from landfill. In compliance with provincial legislation, RMH posts its annual energy consumption and greenhouse gas emission and makes this information available in hardcopy as requested.
- RMH Energy Act Plan 2014
- 2019 Energy Consumption Report
- Energy and Environmental Stewardship at RMH
- 2019-23 Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan
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