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Scott McIntaggart - University Health Network. Toronto, ON, CA

Scott McIntaggart Scott McIntaggart

Senior VP & Executive Lead | University Health Network

Toronto, ON, CANADA

A seasoned healthcare leader who has been instrumental in developing and implementing progressive new models of care

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Biography

Scott McIntaggart is the Senior Clinical Vice President and Executive Lead at Toronto General Hospital. He has been at the forefront of leading teams, which have excelled in enhancing patient learning, achieving positive patient outcomes and working together to consistently create and encourage a learning environment.

Scott has also been a strong champion of developing and strengthening hospital-wide systems to enhance organ and tissue donation, emergency response and patient flow.

Scott holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Masters of Health Science in Management. He is an active member of the Ontario Bariatric Network Advisory Board.

Industry Expertise (5)

Health and Wellness Research Health Care - Services Health Care - Providers Health Care - Facilities

Areas of Expertise (4)

Healthcare Management Healthcare Information Technology Quality Improvement Hospital Administration

Affiliations (1)

  • Ontario Bariatric Network : Advisory Board

Media Appearances (1)

Planning for the Research Hospital of the Future

The Surgical Spotlight  online

2010-10-01

The leadership team includes Stephanie Brister as Operating Room Medical Director at Toronto General Hospital, Rod Davey as Medical Director of Operating Room at the Toronto Western Hospital and Dave McCready at Princess Margaret. Scott McIntaggart and Judy Costello are part of his outstanding senior administrative leadership staff, supported by Lisa Spatafora, Laura Bortolamiol and Annette Remmes...

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Event Appearances (2)

Moving On - Building on Success in Quality Improvement

Critical Care Canada Forum  Toronto, ON.

2011-11-13

The role of universities and societies

Symposium on Metabolic Gastro-Intestinal Surgery for Type II Diabetes  Toronto, ON.

2010-10-08

Articles (1)

Establishing an antimicrobial stewardship program Healthcare Quarterly

2009-01-01

Hospitals are faced with increasing challenges of antibiotic-resistant organisms and rising antimicrobial costs despite widespread attention to infection prevention and control measures. Government, professional organizations and accreditation bodies are all ...

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