Waterloo Wellington LHIN Welcomes Michael Delisle

Michael DelisleJoan Fisk, Chair of the Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network, is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Delisle to the Board of Directors.

Mr. Delisle is currently the CEO of The Registrar Company, an ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB) accredited Registration business with offices in Guelph and Dallas.  

Mr. Delisle was President and CEO of the consulting firm McCormick Delisle and Thompson, President and CEO of Infrastructure Health & Safety Association and has held executive positions at General Electric, Asea Brown Boveri and KPMG Quality Registrar. He holds an MBA from  Wilfrid Laurier University. 

Most recently, Mr. Delisle was Chair of the Board of Directors for the Waterloo Wellington Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) where he was a Director for the past six years. 

“We welcome the appointment of Michael Delisle to our Board of Directors at the Waterloo Wellington LHIN. Michael’s background in business, particularly in certification and performance management, coupled with his years of service and commitment as the Chair of the CCAC, will be of tremendous benefit to our work in transforming the health system, and ultimately to our residents.”
- Joan Fisk 

“I am honoured to join the Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network Board of Directors. Serving six years on the Board of Directors at the CCAC has certainly given me a unique perspective of and a deep appreciation for our local health system and the people who work hard each and every day to make it the best system it can be for our residents.  I look forward to helping the Waterloo Wellington LHIN continue its critical work in ensuring the system we rely on every day becomes even better.” 
- Michael Delisle, Board Member, Board of Directors                                 

QUICK FACTS 

With an operating budget of just over $1 billion, the Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network is a team of local health care and business professionals who help to plan, integrate (connect and improve), and fund health services to improve the health and well-being of approximately 775,000 residents in Waterloo Region, Wellington County, the City of Guelph, and the southern part of Grey County.  

The Waterloo Wellington LHIN is governed by a board of nine directors who are selected by the Lieutenant Governor in Council and appointed through Order in Council. The board is bound by agreements with the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, is responsible for the management and control of the affairs of the WWLHIN and is the key point of interaction with the Ministry.

The board is skills based, drawing on local individuals with a variety of experiences and expertise. Board members are required to deal transparently with complex and sometimes controversial issues and to be constantly engaging the community in an ongoing conversation.

Board meetings are open to the public and take place at 50 Sportsworld Crossing Suite 220 in Kitchener, Ontario.

CONTACT

Elliot Fung, Interim Director of Communications and Engagement
519.650.4472, Ext. 246
Toll free 1 866 306 5446
elliot.fung@lhins.on.ca