Carleton University’s François Brouard, a professor at the Sprott School of Business and founding director of the Sprott Centre for Social Enterprises, has been elected treasurer of the Hôpital Montfort Hospital at the Annual General Meeting. Already a trustee of the Board of Directors since last year, he will chair the Management Committee. He will also be a member of the Audit Committee, the Development Project Committee and the Executive Committee. He is also a board member of Santé Montfort.
“Being on the Board of Trustees and recently elected as treasurer of Hôpital Montfort Hospital, Ontario’s Francophone academic hospital, is an honour and a way to contribute back to the community,” said Brouard. “Involved for a number of years on the Governance Committee, I had the pleasure of working with the senior management team of the hospital. Two values of the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University are connected and caring. Being on the board and on various committees allowed me to link theory and practice and stay connected to our community.”
Hôpital Montfort is Ontario’s Francophone academic hospital, offering exemplary person-centred care. The hospital serves over 1.2 million people in Eastern Ontario, in both official languages. In 2014, it earned accreditation with exemplary standing from Accreditation Canada, and was designated Best Practices Spotlight Organization by the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario.
With its main partners, the University of Ottawa and La Cité college, as well as other post-secondary programs, Montfort is preparing the next generation of Francophone healthcare professionals. Since 2015, it has joined the ranks of Canada’s top 40 research hospitals through the activities of the Institut du Savoir Montfort, its knowledge institute. As part of its 2016-2021 strategy, Montfort is striving to become “your hospital of reference for outstanding services, designed with you and for you.”
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