Compliance Attestation Expense Reporting

Public Sector Salary Disclosure

In accordance with the Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, 1996, Collingwood General & Marine Hospital has released a list of employees who earned more than $100,000 in salary and taxable benefits during the previous calendar year.

Public Reporting Period Ė January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017

Barnes Jillian, Registered Nurse - OBS/Surgical $108,192.27
Bruce Erin, Emergency Department Manager $108,697.06
Butcher Dave, Network Engineer $107,397.94
Chartrand Guy, Chief Executive Officer $190,412.10
Chevalier Anita, Chief of Performance & Clinical Systems $113,724.00
Collings N Elaine, Registered Nurse - ICU $104,690.39
Crowley Marg, Registered Nurse - Emergency $108,481.77
Dziepak Janice, Nurse Manager $107,836.50
Foss Ryan, Registered Nurse $111,068.35
Gotuaco Barbara, Nurse Manager $107,836.50
Graham Dale, Mental Health Manager $105,660.35
Harvey Audrey, Registered Nurse - ICU $100,440.36
Holder Norah, Chief Executive Officer $191,732.66
Lacroix Michael, Vice President Corporate Services and CFO $143,208.00
MacMillan Margaret, Registered Nurse - OBS/Surgical $113,443.35
Maecker Cathy, Resource Nurse - Emergency $101,551.86
McDonell Edith, DI Manager $101,814.00
Patel Manish, Pharmacy Manager $108,579.83
Pattenden Paula, Lab Manager $101,254.70
Sandberg Janice, Finance Manager $107,017.50
Shaw Tim, Network Engineer $110,867.31
Stephenson Angela, Registered Nurse - Medical $100,908.77
Stinson Aimee, Emergency Manager $108,486.46
Wilson Yaniry, Registered Nurse - OBS/Surgical $105,980.60

Travel, Meal and Expense Disclosure

The public disclosure of the expenses for the Board of Directors and Strategic Leadership Team is an important part of the Collingwood General and Marine Hospitalís commitment to remain open, transparent and accountable to our patients, stakeholders and communities.

In order to fulfill our mission, vision and values, staff and board members are required to travel to attend meetings and other sessions.

This section provides updates semi-annually with expenses being reported a maximum of 60 days after the end of each reporting period: expenses claimed between April 1 and September 30 will be posted by November 30 and expenses claimed between October 1 and March 31 will be posted by May 31 of each year.

All expense claims are subject to oversight and approval and are reimbursed as per the approved Business and Travel and Expense Reimbursement Policy.

Reporting Period
File Description
April 1, 2017 - September 30, 2017 Travel, Meal and Expense Disclosure
October 1, 2016 - March 31, 2017 Travel, Meal and Expense Disclosure
April 1, 2016 - September 30, 2016 Travel, Meal and Expense Disclosure
October 1, 2015 - March 31, 2016
Travel, Meal and Expense Disclosure

Executive Compensation

Collingwood General & Marine Hospital has a comprehensive executive performance management program. Each year, members of the Strategic Leadership Team have their performance measured through metrics that are tied directly to the annual compensation of the executive. A special sub-committee of the Hospitalís Board of Trustees reviews the compensation and performance of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief of Staff (CoS) each year and makes an assessment of whether or not the CEO and CoS have succeeded in achieving their annual goals and objectives. This yearly evaluation is tied to compensation.

Performance Management Program Components

The performance management program integrates and aligns the following key components into one program:

  1. Performance Evaluation Program - Annually the performance of each senior leader is measured against leadership competencies and annual goals. The performance evaluation process for the CEO includes a 360-measurement that solicits feedback from superiors, subordinates and peers.
  2. Performance Goals - In addition to assessment through the performance evaluation program, each year executives must set goals that are related to the Quality of Improvement Plan (QIP), which is aligned to the quality of our patient care.
  3. Compensation Program - The CEOís compensation is determined and approved by the Performance & Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors. All executive compensation is determined through the above performance metrics as well as a robust external benchmarking analysis.

Broader Public Sector Accountability Act (Bill 168) Reporting Requirements

Every hospital in Ontario is required to complete an annual Board approved attestation that attests to the following:

  • The completion and accuracy of reports required on the use of consultants;
  • Compliance with the prohibition on engaging lobbyist services using public funds;
  • Compliance with expense claim directives; and,
  • Compliance with procurement directives.
Reporting Period
File Description
Compliance Attestation