Regional Medical Lead, Waterloo Wellington Region

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ROLE TITLE: Regional Medical Lead, Waterloo
Wellington Region (1 position)
REPORTS TO: Vice President, Ontario Renal
Network; and Provincial Medical Director, Ontario
Renal Network
LOCATION: Waterloo Wellington Region with
travel to Ontario Renal Network offices in Toronto
ANTICIPATED TIME COMMITMENT: 0.5
days/week
TERM: March 20, 2017 – August 31, 2018 (option
to renew for 3 additional years)
No. of OPPORTUNITIES: 1
POSTING DATE: February 6, 2017
CLOSING DATE: March 6, 2017
POSITION SUMMARY
The Ontario Renal Network is seeking expressions of interest for the position of Regional Medical Lead, Waterloo
Wellington Region. This is a unique opportunity to provide strategic leadership to the evolution of the renal system.
This opportunity is open to all qualified candidates.
In support of the Ontario Renal Network’s vision and mission, the Ontario Renal Network is seeking the service of
a nephrologist to fill the position of Regional Medical Lead for the Waterloo Wellington Region.
The successful candidate will work collaboratively with the Ontario Renal Network Regional Director to champion
the implementation of provincial priorities, provide leadership to the Integrated Renal Program Council members,
lead quality improvement strategies in the regional program, and engage primary care providers, other
nephrologists, and stakeholders to advance the goals of the Ontario Renal Plan (ORP) II, and improve kidney care
to patients. This position reports to the Ontario Renal Network Provincial Medical Director and the Ontario Renal
Network Vice President.
Interested parties should forward their expression of interest, curriculum vitae and signed copy of the Conflict of
Interest Declaration, electronically, to Grace Kim at [email protected] no later than 16:00 on March
6, 2017.
Interested parties should access the Conflict of Interest Declaration Form on the Cancer Care Ontario website at
http://www.cancercare.on.ca/about/vendorinfo.
Questions about the role may be submitted to Grace Kim at [email protected] no later than
February 28, 2017.
ACCOUNTABILITIES
Pursuant to the Ontario Renal Network’s Renal Plan:
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Provide leadership at the regional level for the Ontario Renal Network;
Establish and maintain effective links with relevant clinical communities on behalf of the Ontario Renal
Network;
Champion the Ontario Renal Network’s priority programs and initiatives at the regional level;
Attend relevant Ontario Renal Network meetings, as required;
Support the regional execution of strategies to engage Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) professionals in
advancing the goals of the ORP II, 2015-2019; and,
Serve as regional representative in the planning of CKD related work across the province.
The Regional Medical Lead will:
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Provide visionary leadership at the regional level in alignment with the priorities of the Ontario Renal Network;
Work closely with the Regional Director & Ontario Renal Network leadership to strengthen the position of the
Ontario Renal Network;
Provide strategic guidance in the regional implementation of the ORP II;
Develop and execute a regional work plan that reflects the strategic vision and priorities of the Ontario Renal
Network;
Establish and maintain effective links with relevant clinical communities;
Identify and respond to regional level issues;
Participate in regional performance management review;
Contribute to the development and implementation of the Ontario Renal Network and its initiatives regionally;
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Support the regional development of the Ontario Renal Network’s leadership.
QUALIFICATIONS
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Practicing Nephrologist in Ontario (or physician with experience in nephrology care where applicable), in good
standing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) and Royal College of Physicians and
Surgeons (Canada), with over 5 years clinical experience;
Strong understanding of Ontario's health care environment, particularly with a systems focus on the challenges
and issues facing renal care in Ontario;
Expert knowledge and currency with medical literature and evidence based guidelines, as it pertains to renal
care;
Knowledge of health system performance measurement and management, and how this can be used as a tool to
promote change; and,
Demonstrated experience in implementation of change.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested parties should forward their expression of interest and curriculum vitae, electronically, to Grace Kim
[email protected] no later than 16:00 on March 6, 2017.
We will evaluate all applications against the skills and experience requirements for the position. Those candidates
selected for interview will be contacted directly by a representative from the Business Unit. If you have not been
contacted within 3 weeks after the close of the posting, you can assume you are not under consideration for this
position.
More about the Ontario Renal Network
The Ontario Renal Network is housed within CCO and is the Ontario government’s principal chronic kidney
disease advisor. It is committed to facilitating a province-wide effort to diminish the burden of chronic kidney
disease on Ontarians and the healthcare system.
The Ontario Renal Network was tasked with leading a province-wide effort to diminish the burden of chronic
kidney disease and improve coordination, planning, quality and performance of the kidney care system. This is
done by; establishing provincial and regional leadership, establishing solid data to measure and identify problems,
commitment to planning to provide focus and direction, and development of a performance management and
measurement used to generate performance improvement cycle for chronic kidney disease care.
The Ontario Renal Network actively engages people with chronic kidney disease and their families in the design,
delivery and evaluation of Ontario’s kidney care system, and shares CCO’s mission of working together to improve
the performance of Ontario’s kidney care system by driving quality, accountability, innovation and value.
More about Cancer Care Ontario
Cancer Care Ontario is housed within CCO – an agency of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care – and is the
Ontario government’s principal cancer advisor. It plays an important role in equipping health professionals,
organizations and policy-makers with the most up-to-date cancer knowledge and tools to prevent cancer and deliver
high quality patient care.
Cancer Care Ontario is an integrated, evidence-based provincial health organization focused on driving quality
improvements at the system level. This is done by; establishing a chain of accountability from the province to the
local level, establishing solid data to measure and identify problems, commitment to planning to provide focus and
direction, and development of a performance improvement model used to generate knowledge in the form of
evidence-based guidelines.
Cancer Care Ontario actively engages people with cancer and their families in the design, delivery and evaluation
of Ontario’s cancer system, and shares CCO’s mission of working together to improve the performance of
Ontario’s cancer system by driving quality, accountability, innovation and value.
Our website is at:
www.renalnetwork.on.ca
We are guided by the Ontario Renal Plan II at:
http://orp.renalnetwork.on.ca
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