Ministry of Health of British Columbia

03/08/2018 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 03/08/2018 19:59

Board appointments help dental college put public first

Heather Anne Davidson is an assistant deputy minister with the B.C. Ministry of Health. Davidson was previously the assistant deputy minister for the Ministry of Employment and Income Assistance. Active in her community, Davidson serves as a director for the Canadian Institute for Patient Safety. She has had held previous director roles for the Canadian Institute for Health Information, the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, the Michael Smith Health Research Foundation, and the Institute for Health System Sustainability.

Lynn Stevenson is a senior health-care executive with extensive leadership experience in health-care operations, quality and safety, human resources and research. Stevenson is a registered nurse and has a PhD with a research focus on organizational change, practice and leadership. She is an associate deputy minister with the B.C. Ministry of Health. In this role, she provides leadership to the health services portfolio, including medical beneficiary and pharmaceuticals, health-service policy, quality assurance, population and public health, planning and innovation divisions and health-sector performance, information, analytics and reporting.

Stevenson has board experience as the past co-chair of the British Columbia Academic Health Council, a member of the Royal Roads University School of Leadership Studies advisory council.

Sabine Feulgen is an associate deputy minister, with the B.C. Ministry of Health. In this role, Feulgen is responsible for providing leadership to the ministry's finance and corporate services division, the information management and information technology division, the information analysis and reporting division, and the medical beneficiary and pharmaceuticals division. Feulgen is the board chair for several of the ministry's major capital project boards, including the Clinical Systems and Transformation Project.

Dianne Doyle has held the role of president and CEO of Providence Health Care since 2006. Doyle began her health-care career as a staff nurse and has held multiple roles of clinician, educator and administrator. Under her leadership, Providence has been recognized with numerous provincial and national awards, including 'Canada's 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures' and 'Top Employer for New Canadians'.

She is a fellow of the Canadian College of Health Leaders and a frequent presenter at quality and leadership forums and a member of many provincial and national boards. In 2007 and 2008, the Women's Executive Network named Doyle as one of Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women in the Public Sector.

Carl Roy was appointed president and CEO of the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) in January 2014, bringing more than 30 years of experience in both the public and private health-care sectors to the role. He is known for his commitment to innovative change, people-focused management and passion for solving challenges. Having joined PHSA in 2010 as senior vice-president, Roy served as executive officer for the Emergency and Health Services Commission (now BC Emergency Health Services). In this role, he successfully led the integration of the BC Ambulance Service into the health sector. In 2012, he was promoted to the position of executive vice-president and chief administrative officer, providing leadership across PHSA that centred on performance enhancement and service integration. Prior to joining PHSA, Roy served as CEO for Providence Health Care in Vancouver, president of the Caritas Health Group in Edmonton, and president and CEO of Sudbury General Hospital and St. Joseph's Health Centre in Sudbury, Ont., as well as several health-care companies.