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Primary Care Quality Advisory Committee

The Primary Care Quality Advisory Committee helps to determine the best ways to support quality improvement throughout Ontario’s primary care sector.

The Primary Care Quality Advisory Committee Members:

Dr. Jeffrey Turnbull, Chair
Chief, Clinical Quality, Health Quality Ontario

Dr. Phil Ellison
Fidani Chair, Improvement and Innovation, and Vice Chair Quality Improvement, Family & Community Medicine, U of T

Dr. Cathy Faulds
Adjunct Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Western Ontario

Roger Boyer II
Primary Health Care Manager, N'Mninoeyaa Aboriginal Health Access Centre

Dr. Rick Glazier
Senior Core Scientist Program Lead, Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES), Primary Care & Population Health Research Program

Dr. Suzanne Strasberg
Provincial Lead, Primary Care, Cancer Care Ontario

Theresa Agnew
Executive Director, Nurse Practitioners’ Association of Ontario (NPAO)

Beth Cowper-Fung
Clinic Director, Georgina, Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic (GNPLC)

Dr. Noah Ivers
Family Physician and Research in Quality Improvement / Knowledge Translation for Primary Care, University of Toronto, Department of Family and Community Medicine / Women’s College Hospital

Caroline Heick
Executive Director, Ontario, Quebec and Primary Health Care Information, Canadian Institute for Health Information

Dr. Darren Larsen
Chief Medical Information Officer, OntarioMD

Carol Mulder
Quality Improvement Decision Support Program, Provincial Lead

Lee Fairclough
Vice President, Quality Improvement, Health Quality Ontario

Anna Greenberg
Vice-President, Health System Performance, Health Quality Ontario

Phil Graham
Assistant Deputy Minister (Acting) - Health System Accountability and Performance Division

Kelly Gillis
Senior Director, System Design and Integration, South West LHIN

Dr. Sarah Newbery
President, Ontario College of Family Physicians

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