Board of Directors (Overview)

The Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare Board of Directors is a 12-member volunteer body that plays a key leadership role in setting policies and visioning for the hospital and the delivery of health care in the communities that we serve.

The Board of Directors governs Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare through the direction and supervision of the business and affairs of the corporation in accordance with its articles of incorporation, its bylaws, vision, mission and values, governance policies and applicable laws and regulations.  The role of the Board of Directors is to ensure that the hospital is well managed and does so by fulfilling the following roles and responsibilities:

Roles

Policy Formulation:

Establish policies to provide guidance to those empowered with the responsibility to lead and manage MAHC operations.

Decision-Making:

On matters that specifically require Board approval, choose from alternatives that are consistent with Board policies and that advance the goals of MAHC.

Oversight:

Monitor and assess organizational processes and outcomes.

Responsibilities

Contribute to the Development of and Approval of the Strategic Direction
Provide for Excellent Management
Ensure Program Quality and Effectiveness
Ensure Financial Viability
Ensure Board Effectiveness
Foster Relationships