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Ornge board searching for new CEO

July 24, 2012, Mississauga, Ont. - The Board of Directors for Ornge, a not-for-profit air ambulance and critical care land transport provider serving the Province of Ontario, has announced that the search for a permanent President & Chief Executive Officer has begun.


July 24, 2012
By Wings Magazine

July 24, 2012, Mississauga, Ont. – The Board of Directors for Ornge, a
not-for-profit air ambulance and critical care land transport provider serving
the Province of Ontario, has announced that the search for a permanent
President & Chief Executive Officer has begun. Following a formal request for
proposals and rigourous selection process, Ornge's Board has engaged the
international executive search firm of Spencer Stuart to conduct the search,
which is expected to conclude in the fall.

Ornge performs and coordinates approximately 18,000 medical transports per annum
and operates from bases across Ontario. The organization has more than 500
employees, including paramedics, paediatric transport paramedics, transport
medicine physicians, pilots, aircraft maintenance engineers, operations control
centre personnel, a team of educators and corporate staff. Ornge's fleet,
consisting of helicopters, fixed wing aircraft and land vehicles, has the
capabilities of a mobile hospital.

Ornge's seven-member volunteer Board, appointed in January 2012 and chaired by
Ian W. Delaney, includes Charles Harnick, Pat Lang, Dr. Barry McLellan, Maneesh
Mehta, Trish Volker and Patrice Merrin, who chairs the Search Committee.
Commenting on the search, Delaney said, "The Board is committed to
conducting a thorough and transparent search process in order to attract
candidates whose expertise and skills will contribute to continuous improvement
in quality of patient care and operational excellence."

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