Matthew Anderson | President and CEO
Matthew Anderson is an experienced health care leader, team-builder and advocate for positive change. He is widely respected across Ontario’s health care system for his intense focus on the needs and experiences of patients and caregivers. Before joining Ontario Health, Matthew was President and CEO of Lakeridge Health, one of the largest community hospital systems in the province. He spent over three years overseeing the operation of five hospitals with four emergency departments and more than 5,000 physicians and staff, working with community partners to build a regional system of care for families in the Durham Region.
Matthew has been working in health care since 1992, and he has risen quickly through the ranks. He became Chief Information Officer of University Health Network (UHN) in 1998, and a Vice President at UHN in 2000. In 2008, he was named CEO of the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network and in 2010, became CEO of William Osler Health System.
Anne Corbett | General Counsel and Executive Lead, Legal, Privacy and Risk
Anne Corbett has a strong passion for and commitment to Ontario’s health system and is inspired by Ontario Health’s exciting mandate. She has an extensive background in advising health care organizations on a variety of issues including amalgamations, integrations, restructurings, governance, contracts, partnership agreements, risk management and regulatory compliance. Prior to joining Ontario Health, Anne was a partner at a leading Canadian law firm where her areas of practice included health law and corporate law with a special emphasis on governance and integrations. She was a team lead in many health sector integration transactions, including with newly formed Ontario Health Teams. Anne received her LLB at the University of Toronto.
April Gamache | Chief Human Resources Officer
April Gamache is a skilled leader with a track record of successful strategy, execution and results as well as vast experience in transformation, integration, leveraging technology and developing resilient organizations.
She has spent the last 20 years working in health care and the health sciences. Prior to joining Ontario Health, April was the Chief Administrative Officer at Trillium Health Partners and was the Chief Executive Officer of Motion Specialties – Canada’s largest provider of mobility and accessibility solutions. She has also held national and global executive roles in multiple industries in the public and private sector, including Exova (now Element Materials Technology Group), LifeLabs, MDS and a global manufacturer of fragrances and cosmetics.
April brings in-depth expertise working with health care professionals in long-term care, retirement homes, hospitals, community care, pharmaceutical and diagnostics. She is inspired by Ontario Health’s tremendous opportunity to improve health and health care delivery for Ontarians.
Anna Greenberg | Chief, Strategy and Planning
Anna Greenberg is a highly experienced and accomplished health care leader. She oversees the development of Ontario Health’s strategy and related initiatives, our performance management framework, and our equity, diversity and inclusion efforts. Anna has also been instrumental in helping drive better health system responsiveness and outcomes, including key initiatives designed to support the province’s COVID-19 response.
Anna’s commitment to actively listening, engaging, and educating has helped Ontario Health better recognize and address barriers to equity. She has also spearheaded the development of the organization’s comprehensive Equity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism framework.
A former president of Health Quality Ontario, Anna has championed improved performance monitoring, public reporting, and clinical standards. She was formerly Director, Strategic Policy, at the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Before that, she spent over a decade in leadership roles in the cancer system, shaping system performance measurement, planning and policy, as well as knowledge management, at Cancer Care Ontario, Princess Margaret Hospital/University Health Network, and the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.
Adil Khalfan | Health System Performance and Support Executive
Adil Khalfan has an extensive background in nursing, public health, international development and health system strategy in Canada and internationally. As our Health System Performance and Support Executive, he oversees Ontario Health’s work to advance provincial strategies, funding, accountability agreements, standards and initiatives through information, evidence and other supports to assess, inform and improve overall health system performance and effectiveness.
Adil’s career has crossed many sectors with diverse populations, including community care, public health, acute care, home care, regional care, and specialty health. He was worked extensively in Ontario and the Middle East, and understands the relationship between accountability and strategy, planning, quality, performance measurement, best-practice implementation and change management.
Prior to joining Ontario Health, Adil was the founding CEO of Royale Home Health (of Royale Hayat Hospital in Kuwait). Before that, he served as Middle East Executive Regional Director and Operational Lead for University Health Network (UHN) where he led an international cancer centre transformation in the region. Prior to his international leadership roles, Adil led the acute care funding and accountability agreement portfolio for the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network and contributed to provincial funding and accountability agreement initiatives. Adil has extensive knowledge and experience in performance and strategy management, implementing balance scorecard and strategy management systems in acute care (UHN and Kuwait Cancer Control Centre) and community health (Central West CCAC).
Adil is a Registered Nurse and holds a BSc Nursing from the University of Western Ontario and a Master of Health Administration from the University of Ottawa.
Donna Kline | Chief Communications and Engagement Officer
Donna Kline is a seasoned health care executive with over twenty-five years of hospital and health system experience. She is a strategic communications expert who has advised and worked for some of Ontario’s largest and most complex health care organizations. With a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and Policy, Donna brings a unique skill set that blends health system expertise, strategy, public affairs, issues management, media and stakeholder relations. She has earned a solid reputation in the industry for a collaborative and partnership-oriented approach to strategic communications.
Over her years in the health care sector, she has held senior communication positions at Sunnybrook Health Science Centre, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, St. Joseph’s Health System, Markham Stouffville Hospital, North York General Hospital, Cancer Care Ontario and worked as the communications lead for the Ministry of Health on the Wait Times Strategy. Most recently, Donna served as the Executive Lead of the Provincial Digital QBP Order Sets Program, a Ministry of Health funded initiative.
Elham Roushani | Chief Financial Officer
Elham Roushani is a senior financial executive with over 20 years of experience in health care and the private sector. He is strategic, an effective communicator and a team builder.
Beginning in 1997, Elham managed the financial affairs at Cancer Care Ontario as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, overseeing an annual budget of over $2.4-billion. In February 2019, he joined Ontario Health as Interim Financial Lead where he continued to demonstrate exceptional ability in fiscal management while overseeing the financial affairs of the overall Ontario Health network.
Elham is an Iranian-Canadian whose personal experiences in his country of birth inspired his humanitarian quests to work for equality and justice. He moved to Canada in 1983 after leaving Iran in 1979. Graduating with a BSc degree from the University of Guelph in 1986, Elham successfully obtained his Chartered Accountancy Professional designation from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario in 1990.
Dr. Chris Simpson | Executive Vice-President, Medical
A distinguished cardiologist, researcher and educator, Dr. Chris Simpson has been actively involved in health care policy throughout his career. He provides medical leadership and expertise to Ontario Health’s Clinical Institutes and Quality Programs Portfolio and across the organization.
Chris has held key leadership roles in many provincial and national academic and health organizations and has been instrumental in several high-impact initiatives. A former president of the Canadian Medical Association, he advocated for a National Seniors Strategy. As the former Chair of the Wait Time Alliance, a federation of 18 national medical specialty societies, the Canadian College of Family Physicians and the Canadian Medical Association, he supported the development of wait time benchmarks for over 1000 surgeries, procedures, tests and consultations. Chris is the author of more than 350 peer-reviewed papers and abstracts—and has won multiple teaching and health system awards.
Prior to joining Ontario Health, Chris was Vice-Dean (Clinical) at the Queen’s School of Medicine, while serving as an Affiliate Scientist with the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES-Queen’s) and as a member of the Queen’s School of Policy Studies Health Policy Council. He maintains a clinical practice at Kingston Health Sciences Centre and remains on the faculty at Queen’s.
Angela Tibando | Digital Excellence in Health Executive
Angela Tibando is a digital health leader with more than 25 years’ experience in health care information management. She is responsible for the development and implementation of Ontario Health’s digital strategy, ensuring it aligns with the province’s Digital First for Health strategy. Angela is also responsible for delivering high-impact digital innovations to improve the patient and provider experience, as well as outcomes.
With over 25 years of experience in health care information management, Angela has dedicated her career to digitally enable the health system across many sectors. She has held leadership roles in an acute care teaching hospital and in regional health care organizations and has led provincial-level initiatives including the inception of the ColonCancerCheck program, the Medication Management system and Ontario’s first paperless electronic prescribing pilot program.
Angela holds an MBA from Athabasca University, has earned the Certified Professional in Healthcare and Information Management Systems (CPHIMS-CA) designation, and completed the executive leadership program at the Richard Ivey School of Business.